RESEARCH FORUM

19th Annual Soil and Water Sciences Research Forum

October 15, 2018

‌J. Wayne Reitz Union - Rion Ballroom

 

Guidelines for Preparing an Oral Presentation
  • Deadline for Ph.D. Soil and Water Sciences Students who were selected to give an oral presentation to submit abstract of presentation: September 24, 2018
  • Guidelines for abstracts
  • All oral presentations, including time for questions, should be no longer than 15 minutes total (plan for 12 minutes for presentation and 3 minutes for questions, with approximately 15-20 slides).
  • Please review the Evaluation Form to prepare for the judging process.
  • Please email Michael Sisk (mjsisk@ufl.edu) to get the SWS and UF/IFAS logos to include on your slides. The UF/IFAS logo should always be placed to the left of or above the SWS logo. Please review the branding website for any questions on appropriate use of UF/IFAS logos.
  • Tips for preparing oral presentations: Effective Oral Presentations
Guidelines for Preparing a Poster Presentation
  • All posters should be 36" high and 40" wide, landscape orientation. No exceptions to judged posters! Printing is available in McCarty 1205 (white backgrounds only) or at Academic Tech Printing Services for $3 per linear ft - (open 24/7).
  • Deadline for Abstract submissions is October 1st. Email abstracts to Michael Sisk (mjsisk@ufl.edu). 
  • Guidelines for abstracts
  • Please review the Evaluation Form to prepare for the judging process.
  • Please email Michael Sisk (mjsisk@ufl.edu) to get the SWS and UF/IFAS logos to include on your poster. The UF/IFAS logo should always be placed to the left of or above the SWS logo. Review the branding website for any questions on appropriate use of UF/IFAS logos.
  • Tips for preparing posters: Creating Effective Posters

Help Minimize Waste at This Event!

Student Compost Cooperative logoThe Soil and Water Sciences Department is committed to improving the health of our soils by composting all biodegradable materials from this year’s Research Forum, including coffee grounds, food waste, and shredded paper.  All compost-friendly waste will be processed by the Student Compost Cooperative, creating an organic soil amendment to feed the future. Be sure to use the appropriate composting and recycling containers during the event. For more information, visit the Student Compost Cooperative at http://biogas.ifas.ufl.edu/SCC/ or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/287358097970800/.

Contact

For questions, email Dr. Patrick Inglett, pinglett@ufl.edu.