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Poster Presentation Instructions

Poster Guidelines

Posters will be mounted on poster boards in Grand Ballroom I-IV. We will provide two-sided poster boards, each 4’x 8’. On each side of the poster board, two posters will be mounted side by side. Therefore posters must be no larger than 44.75 inches high by 40.5 inches wide. (These dimensions do not include the frame around the perimeter of each poster board). If your poster exceeds these specifications, it may be subject to removal. Posters will adhere to the boards using push pins that will be provided.

Poster Session Times

The Poster Session will be held on Wednesday, May 22, from 14:00 to 17:00. Posters may be set up beginning Monday, May 20 at approximately 12:00. Posters may be left up through Thursday, but must be taken down by Thursday from 15:30-17:30. After this time, poster boards will be dismantled and posters are subject to being discarded.

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