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. The culminating SHINE Poster Session is held alongside that of ~25 visiting undergraduate scholars for a lively few hours with students, faculty, families, and staff, as you can see in this video. Below are the posters from the last two SHINE summers. See our collection of videos of SHINE students discussing their research in the first few weeks of their lab work in last year’s SHINE; these posters reflect the full seven weeks of their experience.