We believe that students have an important role in shaping the future of sustainability. Students may register posters before March 1.
WHO SHOULD APPLY
- College student or student groups
- High school student or student groups
- Promote research, sustainable development, and innovative practices
- Showcase sustainability from student perspectives
- Share and Exchange new ideas, best practices and lessons learned
POSTER CONTENT CHOICES
- Sustainable Development: Environment, Economy, Equity
- Environmental Sustainability: Energy, Water, Materials, Building, Food, Transportation, Green Chemistry, Pollution Prevention, Sustainability Management, Climate Change, Coast/Seashore
- Community and/or Campus Initiatives
- Research, Activities, Projects, and Results
Student posters must be made by students representing their work. Student(s), and campus/school name(s) must appear on the poster.
Advertising business/college interests is not allowed.
Measured results are highly encouraged. Clear, concise project steps, outcomes and learning outcomes in short narrative and bullets, with the support of visuals, photographs, graphics, graphs, and/or tables provide the best format.
HOW TO APPLY
1. Email name(s), college/school name, contact info, project description (100-250 words)
2. Register for the conference. Poster submissions are FREE; however, each student who attends the conference must register and pay. Student registration is $30 before and $45 after February 17. Please inquire about group discounts (5 or more).
Registration fees cover the whole conference: sessions, exhibits, lunch, snack, networking.
AT THE CONFERENCE
Required: The student must set up and take down his/her own poster. Posters should be maximum 4 feet wide x 7 feet tall maximum and be free standing. The poster must come already made – do not assemble at the conference. Easels will be available. Or large foam board posters can be propped against the wall. NO tape or tacks can be used on the walls or floor.
Recommended: Be near the poster to answer questions during morning registration, breaks between sessions, and lunch.
Friday, March 17, 2017
Poster Set up: 7:30-8:00am
Poster Break down: 3:30-4:00pm
Conference director, Jen Boudrie, JenBoudrie@gmail.com, 508-481-0569 if you have any questions about the poster session.