The Food Science Spring Research Forum & Poster Competition
April 2, 2019 at 4pm
Parker Food Science Building
Abstracts are due by March 5, 2019
Poster presentations provide the opportunity for the presenter and the audience to talk with one another. A physical arrangement similar to an exhibit area is used for this interaction. Each presenter is provided with a freestanding bulletin board on which to display the poster. A relatively large number of posters will be displayed during each poster session. During the designated period, the audience moves through the poster displays, stopping to interact with those who are presenting research that is of special interest to them. Poster presenters should come prepared with a 3-5 minute oral presentation to provide interested attendees.
2019 OVIFT Scholarships Available
Two $3,000 graduate scholarships
Up to three $2,000 graduate scholarships
One $2,000 undergraduate Scholarship
Please e-mail OVIFT at email@example.com by March 12th, 2019 with this application, transcripts, and a letter of recommendation; incomplete applications will be disqualified. Scholarship recipients will be announced at the OVIFT Food Science Spring Research Forum & Poster Competition on April 2nd, 2019.
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