General Attendance & Poster Registration: 2023 OK NSF EPSCoR State Conference

 

Conference Date: April 10-11, 2023
Location: Edmond Conference Center
(2833 Conference Dr., Edmond, OK 73034)

REGISTRATION DEADLINES

  • Poster/Abstract Registration: March 1, 2023
  • General Attendance: March 30, 2023

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Event & General Registration Questions
Contact Gina Miller, EPSCoR outreach coordinator, at gmiller@okepscor.org or 405.744.9964.

Poster Session & Oral Presentation Questions
Contact Taylor Grace at taylor.m.grace-1@ou.edu or the board member representative from your subgroup for further clarification. 

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General Poster Session Information
 

The poster session is open to all student, post-doc, and faculty researchers who are presenting research that addresses the S3OK research themes of shifting sub-seasonal to seasonal weather patterns; wastewater reuse; carbon sequestration via terrestrial processes; increasing wildfire threats; resiliency of water, electric, and transportation infrastructure; and related social dynamics. Judges will review students' poster presentations.

The poster session will be held during both days of the event, with participants assigned to present during one of two sessions: Day 1 or Day 2 will be assigned to presenters based on focus area and poster registration numbers. Presentation assignments will be determined by conference organizers after registration closes. All posters will be on-view and remain set up throughout the event, however. (All posters must be set up by 9:30 a.m. on Day 1.)

Space constraints may limit the number of poster abstracts that can be accepted. Student presenters will take precedence.

Special Judged Oral Presentation Session 

The Special Judged Oral Presentation Session will spotlight ten students’ research on the S3OK project by delivering a five-minute oral presentation to conference attendees and judges during the conference. EPSCoR Student Executive Board members will select ten Oral Presentation Presenters through an abstract review process*; two presenters will be chosen from each of the S3OK subgroups (i.e., SD, SI, S2S, TWCD, and VWQM). (*Board members will abstain from making selections within their own subgroups). Presenters in this session will only be S3OK students. Further, students selected to present in the Special Judged Oral Presentation session will not be required to present a poster. 

If you have questions about the poster or oral presentations, you may contact one of the session coordinators by reaching out to Taylor Grace at taylor.m.grace-1@ou.edu or the board member representative from your subgroup for further clarification. 

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REGISTRATION FORM

This form is to be completed by general event participants, as well as those who wish to submit an abstract for the poster session. There is also an option to indicate your desire to be considered for the oral presentation session.

Demographic Information

Your assistance in providing demographic information will allow us to fulfill the requirements of our funding agency, the National Science Foundation (NSF). Data reported to NSF will not include any personal identifying information; all information will remain confidential.

Poster Session Registration

The Poster Session is open to all students, post-docs, and faculty who are presenting research that addresses the S3OK research themes of shifting sub-seasonal to seasonal weather patterns; wastewater reuse; carbon sequestration via terrestrial processes; increasing wildfire threats; resiliency of water, electric, and transportation infrastructure; and related social dynamics. Space constraints may limit the number of poster abstracts that can be accepted; student presenters will take precedence. 

(MS Word format only—PDFs will not be accepted)

(If you wish to present more than one poster, please contact gmiller@okepscor.org for instructions.)

Abstract Preparation Guidelines

  • Microsoft Word files only (.doc or .docx)
  • Abstracts will not be edited for content; therefore, double-check for typographical or grammatical errors prior to submitting.
  • 300 words maximum
  • 1” margins (top/right/left/bottom)
  • Arial 12 pt font
  • Set line spacing at 1.5 for all text
  • Align all text left
  • Title in bold/all caps
  • List all authors’ names and affiliations (institution + department of each clearly noted) under title (double spacing between title and authors); underline name of primary poster presenter
  • Save the file name as LastName_FirstName.doc (i.e. If your name is John Smith, the file name will be “Smith_John.doc”)

Poster Preparation Guidelines

  • Maximum dimensions:  48” X 36” --portrait or landscape (larger posters will not be accepted)
    • Recommend making poster an inch or two smaller than maximum dimensions
    • Boards, easels, and attachment clips will be provided
    • Posters must be set up no later than 9:30 a.m. on Day 1;  all posters will remain set up throughout the event, regardless of the assigned presentation day


Registrants are advised that photos and/or video will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes.

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YOU MUST CLICK THE "SUBMIT" BUTTON BELOW TO FINALIZE YOUR REGISTRATION.
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