University of Washington School of Public Health

SPH Undergraduate Symposium

The School of Public Health will hold the second annual Undergraduate Symposium on Thursday, May 21, 2015
from 4 – 6 pm in the UW South Campus Center.

The Undergraduate Symposium is a chance for students from across the School’s undergraduate majors and minors to demonstrate how they have applied the knowledge and skills gained in the classroom to address public health problems through research, internship, and capstone experiences.

Students from the following programs are invited to present: The Public Health Major, the Environmental Health Major, the Health Informatics and Health Information Management Major, the Global Health Minor, and the Nutritional Sciences Minor.

We hope you’ll join us for this exciting event, with remarks by Sara Mackenzie, Assistant Dean – Undergraduate Education.  The event will include poster presentations and a reception, a full program will be available on this site in May.

Your RSVP is appreciated. 

Poster Guidelines & Tips for Presenters

  • Most students prefer to use PowerPoint to set up their posters, but you can also use Illustrator or InDesign.

  • Your poster should be 40" x 32", landscape.  Semi-gloss paper is recommended. Your poster should be borderless, with no mounting, lamination or grommets. 

  • You do not need to mount your poster. Easels and foam boards will be provided to you at the Symposium.  You will bring your poster rolled, and when you arrive you will unroll it and clip it to the board on the easel assigned to you.

  • The SPH logo (Soul Catcher and word mark) should be in the lower left corner of the poster, and the University of Washington purple W patch should be in the right corner. You have some flexibility about where you put these logos, but they must be present somewhere visible on your poster. 

    SPH Logo:  http://sph.washington.edu/logo/

    University of Washington Signature Logo Art Pack:  http://www.washington.edu/brand/

  • Check with your mentor, supervisor, or instructor regarding whether or not there are additional agency/funder logos which should be included, either by using their logo or including them in your acknowledgements.

  • A proof is a small printed version of the poster to check for errors or problems.  Proofs are an additional cost but can save you a big headache.

Printing Your Poster

Large-format poster printing is available on-campus at:

  • UW Posters - Health Sciences Photographic & Digital Imaging  T-271 HSB, phone: 206-543-9275
  • Dawg Prints Creative Communications  Communication B-042, phone: 206-616-5244

Additional locations near campus include:

If you have any questions, please contact your relevant SPH academic adviser or email sphus@uw.edu.


2014 Symposium Program