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PSYC500: Human Growth and Development (Matthews)


You will present your thesis and the support for your thesis on December 11, 2017.  The simplest way to do this is to take the typed copy of your paper and paste it on a poster board.  The purpose of this is to let others know about your research topic and to allow them to get information from you that may be of use to them.   By presenting them in poster format, each person will be able to read your research and ask you any questions they may have.  In some ways, this exercise is very similar to a conference poster presentation.  This exercise is designed to provide information to your classmates who may also be interested in your subject.  You will receive 5 points for bringing in your poster. 

Poster Printer

The Daniel Library maintains an imagePROGRAF iPF8400S printer which students may use to print poster-sized documents for academic purposes. Please note that the library does not proof these posters, and the user is responsible for any and all spelling, grammatical, and graphical mistakes.

To submit your poster for print, please click the request button above or e-mail Please attach your document as a PDF, and specify any related information such as number of copies. You must submit your poster as the size you wish it to be printed out as. We are unable resize posters for you. The file size must be smaller than 5mb.

You will be contacted when your poster is available for pick up.

Printer Specifications

Printer Type: 8-Color 44-inch Printer
Print Resolution (Up to): 2,400 x 1,200 dpi (Max)