An Honors student talks about his poster at a CSURF showcase.
Departmental Honors

What is my project poster?

It's possible--even probable--that you'll have the opportunity to present your honors project at an academic conference. Typically, this takes the form of a research poster displayed in a poster session. Even if you don't present off-campus, you must create a research poster presenting your project. 

Departmental Honors participants are great candidates to participate the CSURF Showcase of Student Research and Creativity in the semester of their project's completion. We also display posters of all student projects at the Medallion Ceremony, the Honors version of commencement recognizing all University Honors and Departmental Honors graduates. 

Poster printing is handled by CSURF, the Center for the Support of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships.

Some resources:

When should I make my poster?

CSURF needs some lead time to print your poster. Please have the file ready and sent to one week in advance of the event you need it for (the Showcase or the Medallion Ceremony).

For any questions, please contact

An example of an Honors poster