Dear Campus Community:
EWU will host its 2nd Strategic Plan Conference on Sept. 26, 2013, on the Cheney Campus. This year’s conference, titled “A Big Start – An IncREDible Future,” will be a time to celebrate the outstanding progress that has been made in the first year of the Strategic Plan and look ahead at year two actions.
“A Big Start – An IncREDible Future” will begin with a luncheon featuring our keynote speaker, followed by breakout sessions and an open-house reception with poster presentations from faculty, staff and students.
Application for Poster Presentations
The planning committee is seeking staff, faculty and students to submit an application to participate in a poster presentation on an important action from the strategic plan that was accomplished or where significant progress was made in the first year. We encourage you to see if students who have been actively involved in the project or initiative are available to present with you. The presentation would involve:
The development of a poster to visually communicate the progress or completion of the action;
- Note: Design resources will be available
A presentation of the material to attendees at the open house reception from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
- Note: this is not a formal presentation, but rather an informal presentation to those who approach your designated poster area
If you are interested in participating as a poster presenter, please use the guidelines below to submit your abstract about the action you would like to highlight:
- Abstract must be no more than 750 words. It should communicate the impact the project, initiative or action has made on the university, the progress that has been made, and the departments that have been actively involved in the implementation. Please include the presenter’s name, contact information, department, and the topic of the poster presentation.
- To submit, please send abstract to Dr. Gary Pratt (email@example.com) by August 19, 2013.
The committee will review all applications. Speakers will be notified if selected to present.
Thank you for your participation.
Rodolfo Arévalo, PhD