Texas A&M International University has extended the deadline to submit entries for the women's and gender issues Research Poster Demonstration to be held at the University March 19 - 21.
Persons who wish to submit a poster for the event now have until Monday, March 16 to submit an entry application to the event sponsors, the Texas A&M International University Women's Studies Committee.
Individuals or organizations who wish to participate in the Poster Demonstration should contact one of the following Women's Studies Committee members by March 16: Dr. Waters, 326-2635 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Dr. Jeraldine Kraver, 326-2630 or email@example.com, or Tammy Casso, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject matter for submitted posters may include any study or research related to women or gender, such as gender roles in the work place, women's health, research by or about women, gender roles in society, and women in history, science, business, politics, technology, literature, or the arts.
Posters must be freestanding and should be constructed on a standard-sized trifold cardboard display form or on foam core board cut to standard size. Both trifold cardboard forms or foam core boards are available at local craft stores.
Posters should include a clear, succinct statement of the research project or study, a typed or printed abstract or summary, plus text and visuals such as graphics, pictures, or charts which illustrate main points.
Participants whose poster summarizes a thesis, article, or report may place copies of their paper next to their poster.
Participants must set up their posters in the Great Room of the Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library (room 319) on March 19 between 2 - 5 p.m. and remove them by noon on March 22.
The Poster Demonstration will be open to the public between 6 - 8 p.m. on March 19 and will remain on display through March 21 as part of the annual Primavera Conference hosted by the University.
Persons who participate in the Poster Demonstration are encouraged to participate in the public presentation on March 19 or other events scheduled during the Poster Demonstration period to discuss their work informally with persons who attend the event.
Persons who are unfamiliar with poster demonstrations may visit Internet sites which feature helpful tips on poster construction, such as the site found at http://www.acm.org/crossroads/xrds3-2/posters.html.
Research posters have also been set up as examples on the first floor of the Killam Library.
For more information on the Poster Demonstration at A&M International, please contact Dr. Waters, 326-2635, Dr. Kraver, 326-2630, or Casso, email@example.com.
University office hours are from 8 .am. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.