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REGISTER NOW: How to Create a Research Poster in PowerPoint Class

FREE CLASS: BCU staff will be offering two sessions of a one and a half hour course in “Creating a Research Poster in PowerPoint” on Monday, February 22, and Tuesday, February 23, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in ADBF 1002.   This class is open to students, grad students, staff and faculty and space will be limited to 50 (with 4 wheelchair spaces).

The class will include topics such as: the basics of research poster requirements; design principles; use of templates; sizing issues; good layout; backgrounds; text issues and recommendations; color; importing graphs, charts, and tables; good use of photos; how to save your poster for printing; and many other tips. We will be sharing from lessons we’ve learned from 20+ years of printing posters for WSU researchers including many common issues and problems, and tips to make your poster creation easier!

The class will be presented in a “lecture/discussion” format.  Handouts will be provided.

REGISTER NOW: Call the BCU front desk at 509-335-2624 with your name, phone, and email.  OR email BCU at mentioning “POSTER CLASS” in the subject line. Tell us which date you want to take the class, your name, phone, and email.  We will confirm your registration by email. Registrants will be emailed more details.

Not able to make those dates? Email us and let us know you are interested but not able to make the dates. More sessions will be offered on future dates before Showcase, GPSA and SURCA if we have the demand for them.

NOTE: 10% discount at BCU on all posters printed in February and March.

WEB:  EMAIL:    PHONE: 509-335-2624

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