SHINE Poster Session
Scientists use Poster Sessions to share research results with colleagues and generate scholarly conversations. A poster is a visual representation of data, methods, and results; in a Poster Session, the researcher stands near the poster and discusses the research process and their accomplishments after seven weeks. Even in 2020, when SHINE was fully remote, our Poster Session offered vibrant presentations and active discussions in an interactive Webinar format (this is how all researchers now hold poster sessions). If COVID subsides by July 30, 2021, we will hold an in-person format similar to that shown in the video, below. Check out the posters from the last six SHINE summers. See our collection of videos of SHINE students discussing their research in the first few weeks of their work in SHINE before COVID.