Different disciplines tend to have different conventions for posters. Ultimately, a poster is an opportunity for creativity, and as long as your poster clearly articulates your research objectives, any layout is possible. The examples below highlight posters that have been reviewed and evaluated as effective.
- Professional posters in medicine and biology
- Poster Examples (North Carolina State University)
- Poster Examples (University of Texas at Austin)
- This site displays examples of posters and critiques them, highlighting both the positive aspects, and areas for improvement.
- The effects of institutional design on state Supreme Court ideologies (Washington University in St. Louis)
- Victoria J. Bakker, Gap-Crossing decisions for red squirrels In fragmented forests (University of California, Davis)
- Daniel Cho, Particles in microdischarge plasma: Coulombic interactions and optical effects (University of Illinois)
- Michael Barton and Hazel Barton, Predicting genotype from phenotype (University of Akron)
- Jennie Levine Knies and Megan Mac Gregor, 4 1/2 stars: Creating a dynamic and inclusive library space (Penn State University Libraries)