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  • Information for Participants | The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    Basics of Poster Design UW Posters Design help including the nuts and bolts of making a poster with MS PowerPoint PC and Mac versions Adobe Illustrator and Adobe InDesign UW Design Help Desk the Research Commons The Design Help Desk offers free advice for members of the University of Washington community who are seeking to improve their visuals for presentation and publication You can bring any visual work related to your research including figures diagrams data plots presentations and posters and receive help from a designer on staff Design consultants are Design Division graduate students Drop in hours Tuesdays 5 30 7 30 pm in the Allen Library Research Commons No appointment necessary Printing Your Poster The best on campus options and usually the most cost effective for large format poster printing are Creative Communications Communication B 042 phone 206 616 5244 UW Posters Health Sciences T 271 Health Sciences Building phone 206 543 9275 Additional locations near campus include Ave Copy Center Kinko s Submit your printing request by Monday May 12th in order to guarantee your poster is ready on the day of the Symposium Don t forget to request a proof of your poster prior to printing the full size version if available On the Day of the Symposium Deliver your poster to the Mary Gates Hall Commons and check in at the registration table between 8 and 10 30 am on Friday May 16th You will present your poster during the formal Poster Session Presenters are asked to remain at their posters during the formal session times and as available throughout your session time You should be prepared with a three to five minute summary for visitors using your poster as a visual guide Some visitors may ask additional questions Additionally you are also strongly encouraged to attend the presentation sessions Please plan to retrieve your poster between 6 15 6 45 pm on Friday May 16th Posters left behind will be available for pick up the following week in 171 Mary Gates Hall Top of Page Information for Symposium Oral Presenters Tips for Designing Your Presentation URP PowerPoint Presentation Workshops These workshops address how to organize a Powerpoint presentation how to design slides and how to draw the attention of your audience If you missed the Oral Presentation Workshop you can see the slides and listen to the presenters from the 2012 version here UW Design Help Desk the Research Commons The Design Help Desk offers free advice for members of the University of Washington community who are seeking to improve their visuals for presentation and publication You can bring any visual work related to your research including figures diagrams data plots presentations and posters and receive help from a designer on staff Design consultants are Design Division graduate students Drop in hours Tuesdays 5 30 7 30 pm in the Allen Library Research Commons No appointment necessary Length and Format Your presentation Should be ten minutes in length This limit is strictly enforced You

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  • Information for Participants | The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium About Timeline Applicants Faculty Participants Workshops Mentor Awardees Volunteer FAQ Past Symposia The 17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium was held on May 16 2014 in Mary Gates Hall View the 2014 Online Proceedings including event schedule abstracts and presenter search tools Symposium Information Sessions and Workshops The Undergraduate Research Program offers a variety of information sessions and workshops associated with the Undergraduate Research Symposium More information and sign up links can be found in the Information Session and Workshop sections of our website or by using the links below Symposium Information Sessions These sessions are designed to introduce students to the Undergraduate Research Symposium the application process and the day of procedures Abstract Writing Workshops The abstract writing workshop includes information on what exactly is an abstract how to write one and what information to include If you already have a draft you may also bring this to the session for feedback Poster Design Workshops These workshops focus on how to design a poster what information to include and how to draw the attention of your audience through the use of a visual aid Posters are a method of communication just like books movies

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  • Volunteer | The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium About Timeline Applicants Faculty Participants Workshops Mentor Awardees Volunteer FAQ Past Symposia The 17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium was held on May 16 2014 in Mary Gates Hall View the 2014 Online Proceedings including event schedule abstracts and presenter search tools Volunteer Student staff and alumni Volunteers are critical to the success of the Undergraduate Research Symposium If you would like to be added to our potential volunteers list send an email to urp uw edu and we will contact you when the event gets closer You will then be able to sign up for specific roles and shifts Click here to volunteer Available volunteer shifts are Wednesday May 14th and Thursday May 15th before the Symposium Material Preparation Readying materials for the Symposium Day Times Wednesday 11 00 am 1 00 pm or 1 00 3 00 pm Thursday 10 00am 12 00 pm or 12 00 2 00 pm Pre Event Setup Setup easels tables etc in preparation for the Big Day Times Thursday 4 00 6 00pm The day of the Symposium Friday May 16th General Assistants Greeters Poster Setup Traffic Directors Food and Beverage Station Attendants Registration Support Signage Times 8 00 10 00 am 10 00 am 12 00 pm 12 00 3 00 pm 3 00

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  • FAQ | The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    Google Chrome browsers and may not function properly when viewed with Internet Explorer especially older versions If you are still having issues while using Firefox or Chrome please email urp uw edu with a specific description of the problem Students How do I apply to present The application process is done entirely online through our online system EXPO Please note that EXPO is optimized for use with Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers and may not function properly when viewed with Internet Explorer Do I need to be a Mary Gates Scholar to apply for this event No All undergraduates currently doing research with a faculty mentor are encouraged to apply You can also apply if you have recently graduated but would like to present on research you completed while a UW undergraduate Are Mary Gates Scholars required to participate in the symposium Yes All Mary Gates Scholars who received Research Scholarships are required to participate in the Symposium at least once as part of their award responsibilities If you are working on a project different than the one for which you received your scholarship and you prefer to present on that project this is fine Can I present research I did with a faculty mentor who is not from the UW Yes You are welcome to apply if you are a UW undergraduate regardless of where you actually performed your research If you did your research project at another institution you will need to get the abstract approved by the faculty mentor you worked with there I am still in the early stages of my research Can I still apply You do not need to have already completed your research to be considered Many students who present are still in process It is perfectly acceptable to share what your findings or anticipated conclusions are up to the date of the Symposium Can I present two or more research projects at the Symposium Occasionally students are permitted to present two projects but no more than two Presenting two projects requires special approval by URP If you would like to present two projects please send drafts of both abstracts to urp uw edu along with a short statement of why you would like to present two projects If you do present two projects then you must display one poster and conduct one presentation and the projects must be on separate research topics If you are both displaying a poster and conducting a presentation the URP highly recommends that one of the projects is a group project with other undergraduates Can I invite friends family and other faculty Certainly You will be given the opportunity to send us names and addresses of those you would like to invite to the Symposium once you have been formally accepted to participate We will mail invitations to those individuals for you Is the Undergraduate Research Symposium open to artists Absolutely We encourage visual and performing artists to submit applications to participate in the symposium We

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  • Past Symposia | The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium
    Pre College Students For Research Mentors Post a Research Opportunity Benefits of Mentoring Mentoring Resources Get Funding Awarding Credit Student Experiences Easel Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html The Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium About Timeline Applicants Faculty Participants Workshops Mentor Awardees Volunteer FAQ Past Symposia The 17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium was held on May 16 2014 in Mary Gates Hall View the 2014 Online Proceedings including event schedule abstracts and presenter search tools Symposium

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  • Summer Research Programs | The Undergraduate Research Program
    EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html Summer Research Programs Summer research programs give students the opportunity to have an immersive research experience during the summer period that might not be possible during the school year Summer programs are a great chance for students to try something new or take their experience to the next level If you missed the deadlines for these formal summer programs there are other ways to get started in research over the summer See a URP adviser for help in locating these opportunities URP Summer Research Opportunities Program Amgen Scholars Program The University of Washington s Amgen Scholars Program provides a new and important opportunity for some of the nation s top undergraduates to explore and prepare for careers in biotechnology Howard Hughes Medical Institute HHMI Exceptional Research Opportunities Program EXROP The Howard Hughes Medical Institute HHMI Exceptional Research Opportunities Program EXROP provides talented undergraduates with outstanding summer research experiences that encourage them to pursue careers in academic science The students are selected to apply by HHMI professors and invited directors of HHMI funded undergraduate programs at colleges and universities EXROP students also attend meetings at HHMI headquarters where they present their research in a poster session network with their peers and HHMI scientists and hear from scientific researchers

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  • About | Amgen Scholars Program | The Undergraduate Research Program
    Amgen Scholars Program The University of Washington s UW Amgen Scholars Program provides a transformative opportunity for some of the nation s top undergraduates to explore and prepare for careers in scientific research Read the press release This summer program places selected students in premiere research groups under the direction of UW faculty in the biomedical sciences and provides related seminars career exploration graduate school preparation and other activities The program enables students to explore connections between their undergraduate major areas of study and future post graduate study focused on research in science biotechnology and related fields The UW Amgen Scholars Program will host 25 undergraduates each summer competitively selected from a national pool of applicants including current UW undergraduates In addition to intensive research experiences participants benefit from graduate student post doctoral and faculty mentors UW Amgen Scholars attend weekly research seminars on current topics in biomedical research as well as research skills and ethics Faculty research mentors represent a range of departments including Biology Bioengineering Bioinformatics Chemistry Engineering Pathology Pharmacology and Genome Sciences Room and board is provided for participants to live on the beautiful UW campus during the summer program Round trip travel from participants home institutions and GRE test preparation are also funded by the program The UW summer program participants will join students from the nine other U S Amgen Scholars host universities at a three day symposium in California during the program and will visit various Seattle based biotechnology facilities to learn more about career opportunities in relevant fields The summer program concludes with poster and oral presentation sessions where participants share their summer research with faculty peers and the community UW Amgen Scholars in the News Amgen Alumni Receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Awards Congratulations to Elena Latorre Esteves Brynn Livesay Alexandra Long

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  • About HHMI EXROP | The Undergraduate Research Program
    Mentoring Mentoring Resources Get Funding Awarding Credit Student Experiences Easel Check Out Research Mentor Awardees Frequently Asked Questions Undergraduate Research Symposium About Information for Applicants Information for Faculty Information for Participants Workshops Research Mentor Awardees Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions Past Symposia Summer Programs Amgen Scholars Program HHMI EXROP Institute in Arts Humanities Summer STEM Other UW Programs Beyond UW Courses Workshops Research Exposed Information Sessions URP General Info Summer Programs Undergrad Research Symposium Amgen Scholars Program Summer Institute Workshops Abstract Writing Poster Design Powerpoint Presentations Human Subjects Research See more URP photos URP Advising The Undergraduate Research Program website created by the Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Washington is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3 0 Unported License Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at exp washington edu urp about rights html HHMI EXROP About Students Presentations About The Howard Hughes Medical Institute HHMI Exceptional Research Opportunities Program EXROP provides talented undergraduates with outstanding summer research experiences that encourage them to pursue careers in academic science The students are selected to apply by HHMI professors and invited directors of HHMI funded undergraduate programs at colleges and universities EXROP students also attend meetings

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