Student Poster Sessions

Binghamton Research Days Poster Presentations will take place at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday, April 12, in the University Union-Mandela Room. The event is a chance for undergraduate and graduate students from all academic disciplines to showcase their research.

At Binghamton, we define undergraduate research as a mentor-supported inquiry, creative activity or scholarly investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline. Original can be defined as a meaningful contribution by the student; it should be entirely or partially novel; it may reveal more questions than answers.

To apply, complete the form below by Saturday, March 2. Students and faculty mentors will receive an e-mail notification as to whether their poster was approved and, if so, to which session they have been assigned by March 11.

Posters must be no larger than 48 inches(w) x 36 inches(h). This year, the Division of Academic Affairs will pay for posters to be produced if you use one of our templates (Top Logo, Bottom Logo) and submit your final PDF by March 25.

 

Form

Student Details:
Full Name
Major
Year


Faculty Advisor Details:
Full Name
Title
Department


Contact Details:
Name 
Bmail 
Phone Number


During which session will you be available to present your poster?
11:00am
2:00pm
Both

During which session is your advisor available to present your poster?
11:00am
2:00pm
Both

Will you require a monitor for your presentation?   

Do you have any special display needs?    

Research Title

Abstract (must be 100 words or fewer)

Printing the poster:
I plan to submit a poster for printing by March 25.
I will print my poster on my own and bring it April 12.

Binghamton University publishes a peer reviewed Undergraduate Journal. Would you like your poster reviewed during the poster presentation for potential publication?
Yes.
No.