Each year, The Office of International Education announces a call for submissions for the International Research Poster Session. Held in conjunction with the Forward Thinking Poster Session and Colloquy sponsored by ORSP, this event is held annually in the fall.
Along with supporting promising international research, the overall aim of the poster session is to encourage and showcase international research among faculty members from all disciplines. Two projects presented at the poster session are awarded a $1,500 Marquette International Research Award by a peer review panel.
December 2, 2014
Alumni Memorial Union, Ballrooms
Reception to follow
October 1, 2014 – Submit the Intent to Participate form to firstname.lastname@example.org
November 3, 2014 –Submit your abstract and grant letter (if applicable) to email@example.com
In order to participate in the International Research Poster Session, projects must fulfill the following requirements.
Please complete and submit the Intent to Participate Form below to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1. This form simply indicates your intent to participate in the International Research Poster Session.
Please submit your abstract to email@example.com by November 3. Abstracts must clearly contain the following information:
The Office of International Education will award two $1,500 grants as selected by a panel of peer judges selected from across the university. These awards can be used for international travel, supplies or other services required in conducting the research. Funds must be used in the fiscal year from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015. These are cost-reimbursable awards: an awardees' department will be reimbursed by OIE using an expenditure transfer.
If you wish to be considered for one of these two grant awards, you must submit a separate grant application letter along with your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 3, 2014. Your letter should be written in a business letter format and must follow the guidelines below:
The judging will take place during the poster session and judges will have advance access to your abstract and separate grant application letter. Judges will review posters and projects, rotating from presenter to presenter. Presenters must be in attendance when judges visit their poster to be eligible for awards.
Projects will be judged on the following criteria:
Posters and projects will be presented during the poster session. Posters are meant to be visual aids for researchers to help present their project in person, not necessarily a comprehensive presentation in themselves.
In creating your poster, keep in mind the following recommendations:
For advice on poster preparation or printing, contact Erin LeMoine at email@example.com.
Important Note on Proprietary and Confidential Information
As this is a campus-wide event, the university is taking no special measures to safeguard the confidentiality of materials being presented. Additionally, photographers and/or videographers will be at the event. If your project involves confidential or proprietary materials, including those provided by third parties (e.g., the subject of a Material Transfer Agreement) or if your project involves patentable subject matter, contact Sherri Kirsch in ORSP at firstname.lastname@example.org or x8-5329 to ensure that your presentation does not result in public disclosure.