Research & Service Leadership Symposium
If you are planning to present your project within the on-campus Poster Sessions for the Research and Service Leadership Symposium, please use the following templates to craft your posters. I'm providing the templates here for you as inspiration and assistance. The guidelines do not need to be adhered to fully. These are just tools for your own creative expression in the Poster Sessions for the Symposium.
Free Printing at Foothill's Welcome Center & Design Center
As a RSLS participant, you have access to free printing of your posters at the Foothill Welcome Center in the 2000 Bldg. on campus.
- Use the Design Center Order Form, and include “RSLS Participant” in the notes.
- Submit your poster order by Friday, May 12 to guarantee your poster by May 18.
- Contact the Welcome Center to find out more details and to know when your poster will be ready
- Pick up your poster at the Welcome Center before the event or on the day of the event: Campus Center, Building 2000 Upper Level Room 2016.
Making a Poster Using Power Point:
- 48x36_Research Project Poster Template 1.pptx
- 48x36_Research Project Poster Template 2.pptx
- 48x36_Service Leadership Project Poster Template 1.pptx
- 48x36_Service Leadership Project Poster Template 2.pptx
Making a Poster Using Google Slides
If you would like to create a poster in Google, use the following tips for formatting:
- Go to your google drive.
- Click: New > Slides
- Click: File > Page Set Up
- Click on the box with the two arrows > Select: “Custom”
- Enter: 48 x 36 Inches
Select a Title to View the PDF Version
These are only a few examples of posters from our RSL Symposium on May 17, 2018.
- Communication: Social Media vs. In Person
- The Cub Camp Project
- Kids and Adolescents are Being Affected by Technology
- How Well Does Wiping Work?
- Oral Health & Parkinson's Disease
- Project Dog Bag
- The Smile Share Program: Oral Health Education for the Community
- Engineering Club — Unicycle Project
- Headed Toward Doom: Using AI to Visualize Anthropogenic Destruction
- The Wildlife Centers of Silicon Valley