RICE Symposium | Poster Templates
Centre RICE Symposium • April 11-12, 2013
The Centre RICE Symposium includes a poster session with 20-100 presenters standing in front of their professionally printed posters and talking about their work to conference attendees. Poster presentations tend to work best when the researcher wants to summarize the findings in graphs, charts, or tables. If you would like to create a poster, click on one of the following links for guidelines in HTML or PDF format:
RICE Symposium Poster Templates
To create a poster for the RICE Symposium, please download one of the templates below. You can either choose between a landscape format poster or a portrait format poster.
Posters are best created in Microsoft PowerPoint and your poster should be approved by your faculty mentor before submitting your poster to Centre Document Services for printing.
What format should I submit the poster in?
Before you submit your poster, please check it on a PC computer with Microsoft PowerPoint. Some MAC users have had problems with their posters when viewed on a PC. Since CDS has a PC computer it would be best to test it on a PC to make sure there are no formatting issues.
It is also recommended that when designing your poster you should use a standard font that is both PC and MAC compatible. Click here to view the standard font list.
Posters will only be created once, so please check for spelling and gramatical errors before you submit your poster.
How do I submit a poster to Centre Document Services? You can submit your poster to Centre Document Services by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org or by bringing it to Centre Document Services on a flash drive.
When should I have my poster completed by? All posters must be completed by April 8, 2013.
How do I get help with designing my poster?
If you need help with designing your poster, please email Candace Wentz in the Center for Teaching and Learning to set-up an appointment.