Senior honors thesis students majoring in science (including neuroscience), math and engineering who present posters on their honors thesis research at the Karen E. Wetterhahn Science Symposium.
Students who are interested in participating in the competition must indicate their interest on the online poster registration form.
Virtual Presentation Process:
The asynchronous presentation consists of an uploaded video and poster, described in registration process.
Live Presentation Process:
Presentations to the judges
These will be scheduled in the afternoon prior to the symposium keynote address (generally between 12pm and 3pm). Each student will be given five minutes to summarize his/her poster and answer questions posed by the judges.
Bring your poster to Life Sciences Center at least one-half hour before your presentation time (which will be sent to you via email). Check in on the first floor to find out your poster location and pick up your nametag.
Students participating in the competition are also expected to participate in the symposium poster session. This is an excellent opportunity to show others what you have accomplished this year, and you can include this event as a presentation on your resume.
Contact Professor Dean Wilcox, President of the Dartmouth Chapter of Sigma Xi.