- Posters must be based on a student project for a class, internship, or independent study that relates to sustainability
- Posters must include the name of a project mentor or adviser
Poster categories may include but are not limited to:
- Sustainability Research (Undergraduate & Graduate)
- Green Design (e.g., architectural, landscape, engineering, technology)
- Sustainability in Action (e.g., program, policy, environmental justice, advocacy successes)
- Sustainability in Creative Arts, Education, and the Humanities
- Green Economy (e.g., economics, finance, green jobs)
Student Poster Contest
Submit a student poster to the Intermountain Sustainability Summit's Student Poster Contest. Submissions will be accepted through Friday, February 12, 2021.
Students whose posters are chosen to be displayed will receive free admission on the main Summit day, Thursday, March 18, and be entered to win cash-card prizes.
A digital copy and an abstract (250 words maximum) are required for submission.
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Poster Information and Categories
- Poster images need to be high resolution (300dpi).
- Posters must be prepared on a single page
- If using Adobe software (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.), please save your final as a PDF as the correct size.
- If using PowerPoint to design your poster, the preferred size is around 40 inches width and 35 inches height. To change the slide size, go to the Design tab --> Page Setup --> set width to 40 inches, height 35 inches
Students may be asked to prepare a live virtual and/or pre-recorded poster session. More information to follow.
For questions contact Katherine at email@example.com.
Vote for your Favorite Poster
Summit participants, vote for your favorite student poster on March 18 by 2 p.m. The student poster winner will be awarded the "People's Choice Award."
Participants who vote for their favorite poster will be entered to win Summit prizes!
2020 Summit Poster Examples
Mobility of Heavy Metals in the Cardiff Trail Area, Alta, Utah by Logan Ashurst-McGee, Lily Wetterlin, Christopher Johnson
University of Utah
Teaching Sustainability Through Interpretation: Ways to Engage Students and the Community by Brittany Chadbourne and Anakah Groneman
Weber State University