Tuesday, April 7, 2020. This is the latest news regarding URD. Please read the following paragraphs closely.
Undergraduate Research Day 2020 will be held virtually this year. We will display your posters on the Psychology and Neuroscience website during the time the in-person conference was going to take place (Wednesday, April 29, 2020, from 3 – 5 p.m.). During this time people may visit the gallery of posters and check out the research you've done.
To that end, please create a poster of your research using the URD template. (If the COVID-19 disruption dissipates to a great enough extent, we will be happy to print a real poster for you later.) Along with your poster, please take a selfie and send it along with your poster (instructions below) so that people have a face to put with your name on your poster.
Because of how these "posters" will be displayed, only on a viewer's computer screen, it is CRITICAL that you use a large enough font size for your text. The size should be 24pt at a minimum. Even larger is better, 28pt or more. This also means you should be succinct (use as few words as possible to describe your research in each section). If you write so much that you need to decrease the size of the text below 24pt, your poster may not be readable on the average computer screen. That would be bad.
Please email your posters (and your selfie!) to Kate.Bell@Colorado.edu by noon on Monday, April 27, 2020.
CU Undergraduate Research Day 2020
sponsored by the
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
The 26th annual Undergraduate Research Day is a creative forum for students involved in professional research. Share your findings with the rest of the scientific community in a formal poster session:
Undergraduates who wish to participate must send their name, email address, and faculty advisor’s name by Friday, March 20, 2020, to Kate Bell (Kate.Bell@Colorado.EDU).
No Abstract required!