In many fields, the poster presentation is a key form of scholarly communication. Well-conceived posters present research findings effectively and launch conversations with fellow scholars and future collaborators.
Participate in this workshop and you will learn strategies for:
- Planning a poster presentation for a scholarly conference or meeting
- Preparing for the conversations that your poster will provoke
You should come to the workshop with:
- A laptop computer that has poster-making software installed (e.g. PowerPoint, Illustrator, LaTeX)
- A degree of comfort using that software... or a degree of comfort asking the person next to you for help
- Ideas for research that you plan to present in a poster (and, ideally, preliminary or final images from that research)
Christopher Corkery, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Chemistry, will lead the workshop.
The workshop will be held on McGill's downtown campus on Tuesday, November 4, from 10 am to 12 pm. Registrants will receive the workshop location in a confirmation email.
Registration for this workshop is now closed.