2022 CPUB Conference Poster Information

*Posters should be uploaded to the Conference D2L site by Friday April 8 at Noon.  Click here for D2L login instructions.*


Poster Presentations:


Due to the unique nature of this meeting, we will not have traditional poster sessions. Instead, posters will be presented asynchronously as a PDF of each poster and an MP4 of a pre-recorded video of the poster presentation. Presenters should prepare their poster as a single PowerPoint slide (or in a similar program) and save a copy of the poster as a PDF. In addition, presenters should pre-record a video of themselves presenting their poster. This could be done over Zoom, where the presenter would share their screen to display their poster and record their presentation, or could be done as a voiceover PowerPoint presentation that is saved as an MP4 file. Poster presentations should be short and less than the maximum of 5 minutes in length.

Posters ONLY:


The PDF and MP4 files for each poster must be uploaded to the CPUB D2L Site by Friday April 8 at Noon (D2L login info here). The early submission will allow all participants the ability to view the poster prior to the meeting. This will be particularly important for judges to have the opportunity to view all posters for judging before the end of the meeting. PDF and MP4 submissions must be in two files named following this format:


“Session - Last name of presenter” (e.g., Cellular Molecular Session A - Bechtold.pdf)

“Session - Last name of presenter-recording” (e.g., Ecology Organismal Session B - Bechtold - recording.mp4)


IMPORTANT: Please avoid using special characters in names of files that will be uploaded to D2L.

Judging Criteria:


Presentations are judged on the information, scientific thought, methods, analytical approach and results, discussion and conclusions, and the overall visual and oral presentation by the students. The rubric for judging is also included in this packet. Awards for this meeting may differ from award submissions in the past based upon number of judges and number of presentations.



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