Deadline for poster printing: Tuesday, August 2
Using the Subject line "Final Poster," attach and send all posters as a MS Powerpoint doc (.ppt or pptx, no compatible docs; pure MS only) OR as a PDF to the following address:
Follow the usual naming convention: STEGMAN_M_poster (Use your own name here!)
This poster should be the "absolute final, no revisions coming later, we print what you send and will NOT reprint" version of the poster.
If your deparment is printing your poster, send your poster to the above address with DO NOT PRINT in the subject line.
Each member of a team should send in a poster for printing. Remember to make yourself the first author.
Not sure of the format that you need to use for the poster? See the FAQ page.
Be sure to include the mandatory acknowledgement text for your program. (See FAQ page for the text.)
Final Deadline for Abstract: Tuesday, August 2
Attach and submit the final Word-compatible (!) copy of your Abstract for a General Audience for Mike to read one last time by this deadline using the Subject line: Final Abstract
Send it to the usual address: email@example.com
Remove the writing conference day and departmental information.
Mike will review the abstract, make sure it's less than 300 words long, and properly formatted. Any changes will be suggested using "Track changes" and "Comments."
When he returns it, if you are a DOE SULI or VFP intern, you should:
Interns for all other programs are completely finished with this deliverable after this "final draft" submission and do not need to resubmit it ever again!
Brookhaven Lab’s Media & Communication Office will be offering a Science Communication Workshop for summer students on Thursday, July 28. You’ll come away from these sessions with tools to help you describe your research to family members, fellow students, future funders, and the media.
WHEN: Thursday, July 28th, 10 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
PLUS choice of two afternoon hands-on sessions (registration required)
WHERE: Brookhaven Lab Berkner Hall Room B
Optional suggestion: Prior to the workshop you might want to think about some ways to describe your research to someone who knows nothing about it. Bring your ideas or jotted notes and we’ll help you expand on those ideas at the session!ng>
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Each week you are required to submit a brief report of your week's activities. You should file this report online here at scienceinterns.com prior to picking up your stipend. Mel and Noel will also consult your reports to get a general sense of the summer's research activities as well as how and what you are doing at BNL.
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