Virtual Poster Sessions at AM63
NCURA's Annual Conference Poster Program
is an opportunity for individuals to share their new, innovative ideas and achievements with their colleagues. NCURA offers dedicated times for poster presenters to present and discuss their posters with the diverse group of attendees. Presenting a poster at NCURA’s Annual Conference is a noteworthy way to share expertise or accomplishment in a specific area while contributing to research administration. Please consider participating in this great event and becoming an integral part of NCURA’s Annual Conference.
Poster presentations will be held in the virtual exhibit hall. Please note, your presentation can be in various formats (PDF, Video, Image, Power Point, etc). Because posters are evaluated partially on their layout, NCURA does not suggest a specific format or layout for the poster information.
Submission of the Poster
Please review the Abstract Submission Guidelines for complete instructions: see guidance here.
To submit your poster, click here.
You may submit your abstract for acceptance before your register for the conference but must register after acceptance. At least one of the poster's authors must be a registered conference attendee. Click Here to register for the conference, starting May 28th.
Deadline for submission: June 18, 2021
Final Committee Acceptances will be made with notification no later than June 25, 2021.
Presenters will be provided a confirmation letter the last week in June with instructions to submit materials to CNTV to build the poster presentation. The poster can be presented in various formats to support the innovations (PDF, Video, Image, etc). The recommended text should be in a font large enough to be visible on a laptop and may take some adjusting once uploaded. Accepted posters will be displayed on the virtual platform during the Annual Meeting, starting Monday, August 30, at 12:30 ET. Posters will remain available for participants to view OnDemand until December 13, 2021. Poster Presenters will have the opportunity to chat with participants within the chat feature in their poster booths during the conference, between the hours of 12:30 – 5:00pm ET. During the break times each day, presenters are encouraged to accompany posters to host a chat and communicate with participants about their innovation.
Final Posters will need to be submitted to NCURA/CNTV to be posted to the virtual platform no later than July 23, 2021. These details will be sent within the confirmation letters. Each Poster Presenter will have the opportunity to preview their poster booth prior to finalization.
Posters will be judged by both attendees and a review committee, with Awards presented during the meeting.
Awards will be presented in the categories below, based on submissions:
1. Best Policy & Process Improvement
2. Most Influential Human Capital Development
3. Best Research on Research
4. Top Poster Overall
Awards Terms and Conditions for Poster Submissions
- Poster presentations must be submitted by NCURA members, and if selected, the presenter must register for either the Virtual or Inperson Annual Meeting.
- The Poster Session will be open to the press. Submission of a poster presentation for review implies permission for media coverage and publicly available online and in Mobile Meeting App.
- Authors are limited to 1 poster as a “Lead” Presenter
- Selection decisions are final
- Poster submission is taken as an agreement to present an accepted format at the scheduled time.
- By this submission, I certify that my submitted abstract and poster is an original work and have no prior ownership or copyright restrictions. I certify that the abstract and poster are not previously copyrighted. I give NCURA authority to reproduce and publish my abstract in their annual conference program, the NCURA Meeting Mobile App. and proceedings of the meeting. I shall hold NCURA harmless from any breach of this warranty.
Poster Content and Development questions may be directed to:
Kati Barber, NCURA Assistant Executive Director, email@example.com
On behalf of the AM63 Poster Track leads:
Robyn Remotigue, University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth
Anthony Ventimiglia, Auburn University