SRCC Poster and Display Requirements SRCC Poster and Display Requirements


Poster and Display Presentation Requirements


  • Posters
    • A poster is a graphic representation of the student's research. Work is illustrated with graphs, photos, diagrams, and easy-to-read text. 
    • Students may use the poster template provided on this website, but are not required to.  Students are encouraged to find out from their advisor if their discipline has any standard poster design or content requirements. 
    • Posters must be at least 32" x 44" in size, but no larger than 36" x 48" and able to be pinned to a display wall.  This means that the shortest side of the poster must be between 32" and 36" while the longest side must be between 44" and 48".  
    • No other materials such as handouts, samples, artifacts, props, etc. may be displayed with the poster.  
    • Students are responsible for having their posters printed ahead of time. Media Services in the ENMU Golden Library (currently temporarily located in Bernalillo Hall) will print a color 36" x 48" poster for $7.  Students can check with their advisor to see if departmental funding is available to help with printing costs.
    • To ensure enough time to print a large number of posters  in the last few days before the conference, Media Services needs to receive a poster file five business days before it's needed.  Other businesses, such as Office Max in Clovis and online vendors, can also print posters but the cost will be much higher.
    • Posters will be hung in the CUB Ballroom.
    • Students must bring their posters to the CUB Ballroom during the drop-off time, which will be announced soon.


  • Creative Work Displays
    • A creative work display is a single piece of artwork such as a painting, drawing, photograph, or sculpture.  A work with more than one component, such as a necklace and earrings set or triptych of three paintings, counts as one piece.  
    • Items such as publicity posters or materials and video news or publicity pieces also count as creative work displays.  Students showing a short video (such as a television news segment) must bring a laptop or tablet to show their work on.
    • The display piece must fit through a normal room doorway.  
    • Displays will be set up in the Campus Union Building Zia Room.
    • Dining room-type tables will be available for display.  Students must bring any other necessary display materials such as an easel, jewelry display stand, or laptop.
    • All work must be dry and ready for display - framed or matted if necessary.
    • Only the finished work will be displayed, not sketches, models, tools, or other peripheral items.
    • Students must include a brief description of their work on the entry form (size, media, etc.)  This description will help determine which presentation group the display is part of.
    • Students need to deliver their work to the CUB Zia Room during the drop-off time, which will be announced soon.


  • Posters and Creative Work Displays
    • Work not meeting the requirements will not be accepted or displayed.
    • Students must be present in the Campus Union (CUB) Ballroom or Zia Room near their poster or display during the two-hour presentation session and available to answer questions and discuss their presentations with judges and other viewers.
    • Students will answer questions and give brief summaries of their poster or work; they will not give extended presentations to viewers.  Judges will probably spend a maximum of 10 - 12 minutes at each poster or display.
    • Only two students may participate in the presentation.  Additional collaborators may be acknowledged in the conference proceedings.



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2021 SRCC Winners and Submission

2021 Presentation Schedules

2020 SRCC Submissions

2020 SRCC Poster

2020 SRCC Banquet Poster

SRCC Facebook Page

2019 Conference Proceedings

2019 SRCC Award Winners

2018 Conference Proceedings

2018 SRCC Award Winners

2017 Conference Proceedings

2017 SRCC Award Winners



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David Hemley, Ph.D.
Student Research and Creativity Conference Co-Chair


Suzanne Swift, Ph.D.
Student Research and Creativity Conference Co-Chair

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