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MindExpo 2022

The Experiential Opportunities Committee asks that all students making a presentation at the MindExpo symposium attend the entire event, if at all possible. This will be an opportunity to support and encourage all students doing interesting, creative work. Specific guidelines for each session are given below.

Contacting The Experiential Opportunities Committee

If you have a question or see a problem with implementing the below requirements please contact Cali Biaggi:

Oral Session

The oral session allows a student or panel of students to give a 12 minute oral presentation of their work, with about three minutes for questions. You may use slides, such as Google Slides or Powerpoint, if desired. There may be a limit on the number of oral presentation times available. Oral presentations will take in the afternoon on the day of the event. Locations and times for presentations will be communicated with presenters and posted online before the event.

Poster Session

The poster session allows a student to create and discuss a poster of their work. To allow for crowd control and presenter comfort, there will be options for in-person or virtual poster presentations.

  • In-person poster presentations will take place in Nyrop Hall throughout the day of the event. 
  • Virtual poster presentations will be pre-recorded and posted on YouTube before the event. Instructions to presenters choosing a virtual option will be sent after registration closes.

You may design the poster in any way that you want, but it should at least include a title and your name somewhere at the top. One way to construct a poster is to use PowerPoint. We have created a template file that has the page dimensioned appropriately and some text areas with good font sizes suggested. Download the PowerPoint file here:

You can view an example of a poster that was presented at MindExpo 2018 here: