Poster Sessions

Graduate Student Poster Presentations!
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Poster Proposal Form
Anyone wishing to present at the
2014 ICA Annual Conference
should download and e-mail
the proposal form to:  

Michelle Hopkins
ICA 2014 Annual Conference
Program Coordinator

icapresentations@gmail.com

Questions?  Contact Michelle Hopkins, Program Coordinator at:
icapresentations@gmail.com

 

Participation in our Graduate Student Poster Presentations allows opportunity for current research to be evaluated and displayed as well as to receive feedback from professionals across the state.   

The poster session will be available for viewing all day on Friday with a one hour time block during unopposed program time for formal presentations. All conference attendees will have opportunity to discuss the research with students during this time.

Proposal Deadline: November 30, 2013 
 
Notification of acceptance will be sent out by December 15, 2013
Please note: Incomplete proposals will be returned for completion.

Poster
 

Every participant will be recognized at the Awards Luncheon.
We will also recognize two levels of superior achievement to which a monetary prize is awarded. The two awards are as follows: 

 

Certificate of Excellence
• One (1) Awardee - The Overall Winner
• $100 cash award
• Free Registration for each Presenter to the 2015 Annual Conference in Pocatello, ID

Certificate of Honor
• One (1) Awardee from each University - Top Winner from each University
• $50 cash award
• Free Registration for each Presenter to the 2015 Annual Conference in Pocatello, ID

Certificate of Distinction
• Awarded to all Presenters

 

Presentations will be judged on the following categories:

~ Apparent Knowledge of Subject Matter
~ Rigor of Research
~ Innovation
~ Quality of Briefing (clarity, organization, communication skills, responsiveness, etc.)
~ Quality of Poster (appearance, depth of coverage, organization, etc.)
~ Focus and Objectives (objectives clearly stated, clear focus)
~ Application Value (relevance to counseling clearly articulated)