Agrologist Poster Display
BCIA Invites Members to Show Off What You Do!
- Are you working on a special project?
- Have you done research in an agrology-related field that you would like to share? Or…
- Do you simply want to share some interesting aspects of your work with other Agrologists?
The BCIA Conference 2020 Planning Committee invites you to participate in the Agrologist Poster Display. (VIEW PDF)
When: Thursday, May 21, 2020. (Posters will be on display from 8:30 pm Thursday to 12:00 pm on Friday). Set up is Wednesday evening between 6:00 and 7:00 pm. (Some flexibility in set up time if necessary)
Where: Sun Peaks Grand Hotel & Conference Centre
Who can participate? All members of BCIA, including student members. If you are a student member, you may wish to show a project, thesis, summer job, or things you are currently working on at school. As a working professional, you may wish to show-case a project, an aspect of your work or interesting information pertaining to your work as an agrologist.
Guidelines: Your poster should be highly visual with minimal text. (You may include additional literature for pick up.) They may be similar to a scientific poster that delivers a clear message, or it may describe a collection of projects or services that you provide.
Poster size: Maximum size: 2 x 3 ft (24" x 36") – Electronic copies are not acceptable.
Mandatory on the Poster: Name of Agrologist, degree(s) obtained, and current job title (if applicable)
Display boards and Velcro will be provided at the venue. Set up must be completed by Thursday, May 11 at 8:30 am. If required, a volunteer from the planning committee can assist you with the set up prior to the Conference. We ask that you make yourself available by your poster, to answer questions, during the breaks on Thursday, May 21 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Take some time during breaks to network with professionals and show-case yourself and the work you are doing using your poster.
Two professional development hours can be claimed by each participant, as a contribution to the advancement of the profession.
Deadline for application: April 15, 2020. To assist with the event planning, we ask that you respond to Kathryne Cunningham by the deadline if interested in participating.
Contact Info: Kathryne Cunningham (250) 644 - 0821 or Kathryne.Cunningham@gov.bc.ca
Photo by Kathryne Cunningham