addition to the 2016 Summit is the Student
Poster Forum, to be held during the conference on November 3 and 4, 2016.
Each State System university was encouraged to select two or three student posters as representative of their campus.
The Student Poster Forum provides
students with an opportunity for scholarly development by presenting in poster format their
original research, scholarly activity, or programming related to the 2016 Summit
theme (“Rising to the Challenge: Making Inclusion Matter”). Participation is designed to foster an environment of collaboration on each
university campus among students, faculty, and staff, and to
provide students with a forum to present and discuss their work.
These students will be present at the Summit to set up their displays on Thursday, November 3, and to stand beside their poster and discuss their work with conference participants during the morning concurrent sessions on Friday, November 4.
The Summit planning team is pleased to present the listing of Student Poster Forum participants, which includes a brief synopsis of their work.