Application Process and Guidelines
The registration process for Graduate Exhibition is conducted exclusively through the Graduate School website. Registration for the Graduate Exhibition closed Friday, February 24, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
Exhibition abstracts must be in final, completed form before submitting the registration. Once submitted, no editorial changes will be permitted. Students are strongly encouraged to have abstracts reviewed by an adviser prior to submission.
Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Each college is guaranteed 10 poster spaces. The additional spaces will be assigned according to the number of entries submitted. The number of performances and visual arts exhibits will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Data Visualization Award
The Data Visualization Award, offered by the University Libraries’ Data Learning Center, is designed to increase digital information literacy by raising awareness of the importance of data visualization and celebrating good examples. For award information please click here.
- General Information and Poster Session
This session will provided an overview of the Graduate Exhibition and covered options for presentation. This session also focused on the mechanics of creating a research poster, including organization, proper formatting, and tips for presentation.
- Video Production Workshop
Students who plan to participate in the video option of the Exhibition are required to attend this video production workshop which will cover video formatting and presenting content for video. Students at locations other than University Park (including World Campus) are required to view the iMovie tutorial.
All students seeking help are encouraged to view the Media Commons online tutorials or contact the Media Commons hotline at 1.866.266.7496 or by email.
Students registering for the video option will be automatically registered for either this session or will receive the iMovie tutorial upon completion of the Graduate Exhibition registration.