Guidelines for Poster Presentations
A poster can be an excellent way to organize your ideas, present your work, and get feedback. Poster sessions are the key way that new ideas are shared in many disciplines.
Some suggestions and templates for designing your poster:
Poster suggestions and examples.
More advice on posters from WebGuru at Northeastern University:
Resources for Printing Posters
phdposters.com - a Duke-based business run by graduate students. The web site provides excellent advice on design and production
Specific instructions for printing Visible Thinking posters
- MedMedia Solutions
medmediasolutions.com - Local poster printing with free delivery to Duke
- FedEx Kinko’s (610 Ninth Street)
- A few science departments own poster printers, but use is typically restricted to departmental users. Check with your mentor.
Resources for Departments
The URS Office has a supply of easels available for presentations and events. Please fill out the reservation form, and you will be contacted shortly regarding availability for your event.
URS Travel Grants
Up to $400 for students to present the results of their Duke research at a national or regional meeting of a professional organization. Click here for more information.