Although faculty are not judged by our RISE Judges, please take a moment to consider the judging criteria as it will help you in preparing a good poster. Remember to focus on the originality and significance of your research. This year, in addition to a poster, presenters have the option to upload a video of their pitch.
Download the Poster Template
Please design your poster using the vertical or horizontal version of this template only. Posters are 36″ x 48″. If you require technical assistance, please contact email@example.com.
Organize your Poster Presentation
Using the RISE poster template, organize your research or presentation by keeping these questions in mind:
- What is the main function of your poster?
- What is the information you want your audience to receive and understand?
- Remember, less is more. Too much text or too many graphics can be overwhelming. The goal of the poster is to make the information easy for the audience to understand. Anything that does not help this process is unnecessary. Your message should be immediately obvious.
- 75% of your final score is based on your abstract and poster. Keep in mind that your audience might not have a background in the area of your work, so be sure to design and present for a layperson’s understanding.
Preparing an Award Winning Poster
Upload Poster and Pickup
Once your abstract is approved by the review committee, you will receive an email instructing you to upload your poster to MyRISE. Please submit your poster no later than March 14, 2014. A copy of your poster will automatically be sent to Reprographics for printing. The cost of printing is $72 (only student posters are paid for by the Provost’s Office).
Posters may be picked up from Reprographics (11 Ell Hall) approximately three days after uploading. Use your Abstract Number to claim your poster. Please call 617-373-5646 to ensure it is ready.