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UCLA Graduate Writing Center

Social Sciences Workshops

Anne Blackstock-Bernstein, UCLA Graduate Writing Consultant

This workshop describes the steps involved in preparing, printing, and presenting a conference poster for students in social science disciplines. It covers aspects of poster preparation including choosing a template and layout, design and formatting tips, and advice on how to best present your material during a poster session. (Approx. 30 mins.) This workshop was recorded in 2019.

Click here for presentation slides: Preparing a Conference Poster in the Social Sciences.pdf

Anne Blackstock-Bernstein is a PhD candidate in the Human Development and Psychology division of the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies. Her research interests include oral language development during early childhood and language assessment in elementary school, with a particular focus on English language learners. She earned her BA in Psychology, Sociology, and Education Studies from Brandeis University. Prior to attending UCLA, she did research in neuroanesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medical College.

This presentation work by the UCLA Graduate Writing Center is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.