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Abstracts for poster presentations must be entered using the
electronic submission form found under the "Abstract Submission"
tab at http://www.lrc.usuhs.mil/StepstoSuccess2009/.
Please note that the deadline for
abstract submissions has been extended to March 30,
You can start putting your poster up on Sunday April 05 at 8:00
am. All posters must be up by 9:00 am. for judging. Posters can be
taken down after 11:00 am. You must be available to stand by your
poster from 9:00 to 10:30 am on Sunday April 05. Any posters not
removed by 6:00 pm will be removed by the USU staff and may not be
returned to the authors.
The surface area of the poster board is 4 feet high and 6 feet
wide. You should have a headline banner 6 inches high that runs
across the top of the board for the full 6-foot width of the
poster. On that banner, you should list the title, the authors, and
their affiliations in 1 inch high letters or larger. Posters should
be readable by viewers up to five feet away.
State a single concept, idea, question, or hypothesis that best
defines your research.