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Poster Session @ #SF12und

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The poster session runs from 2-4pm on Tuesday, February, 28th 

One of the most exciting events of the annual Graduate School Scholarly Forum is the Poster Session.  It could easily be characterized as the busiest two hours of research exchange and conversation on campus.  Research typically happens tucked away in the rooms and labs of each respective department.  But the poster session brings together this remarkable diversity of research from across campus under one roof.  Those who attend the Poster Session have an opportunity to mingle with fellow students and discuss their research during the 2 hour session. This year there are 83 posters from across the University’s colleges and departments including McNair, Geography, Earth System Science and Policy, Space Studies and many others. Join us in the Ballroom on the second floor of the Memorial Union.

A sampling of posters included:

  • The Plane Truth: Recent Prints – An exhibition from the printmakers in the Department of Art & Design
  • The Fritz at 50: Illustrating the Use of Digital History in Commemorating the Chester Fritz Library, Department of History
  • The Influence of Mass Media on Climate Change Public Discourse, Department of Earth System Science and Policy
  • What Could Possibly Happen in a Million Years? Landscape Evolution in the Southern Transantarctic Mountains, Department of Geology
  • Improving Care Through Language Interpretation, Department of Nursing

See the complete listing of posters here.


Written by School of Graduate Studies

February 23, 2012 at 10:26 am

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