As part of the research experience, each student is expected to present the results of their research. These presentations may come in the form of a poster at a regional conference, a final report submitted to your mentor or even a published manuscript.
To acknowledge funding support in your presentation or manuscript
Funding from HHMI:
This research was supported in part by a grant to Gonzaga University from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute through the Undergraduate Science Education Program.
Funding from GSRP:
This research was supported in part by the Gonzaga Science Research Program.
Funding from the McDonald Work Program:
The authors wish to thank the Claire and Robert McDonald Work Award Program for financial support.
Funding from other outside donors:
This research was supported in part by the St. Francis Research Assistantship.
This research was supported in part by the Ledgerwood Research Assistantship.
This research was supported in part by the Kay Nakamaye Research Award.
Here are some resources to help make a better research presentation, whatever form it may take, including logos for downloading at the bottom of the page.
Tips for Making an Effective Posters
- Ten Simple Rules for a Good Poster Presentation (PLOS article, 2007)
- Examples of Good Posters
- Advice on Designing Good Posters
- Better Posters - a great blog with poster making advice and critiques
- Link to Dr. Anders' Tips on Making Good Molecular Biology Themed Posters
Note: this link also has a poster template for download
Tips for Making and Giving Oral Presentations
- Oral Presentations - Good and Bad
- Ten Steps to Preparing an Effective Oral Presentation
- Oral Presentation Handout from Summer 2011
Guidelines for the Use of Logos
There are strict rules for displaying both the Gonzaga University and HHMI logos.
If you are unfamiliar with these rules, please see the following guidelines.
Click on the logo you wish to download