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Aging with Passion & Purpose

call for poster presentations.

Late-breaking poster opportunities are now available at the Aging with Passion & Purpose: Aging Well in the Age of Technology conference. If there is a current or recent project that you have presented at a conference or working on that relates to the conference themes, we would love for you to participate.

For more information about the conference theme, topics and featured speakers visit our About the Conference page. Download the Call for Poster Presentations.

Poster Session Information

Posters are expected to be displayed throughout the whole conference day on Monday, October 21. However, presenters do not have to be by their posters the entire day; the scheduled poster session for this year’s conference is Monday, October 21, 2013, at 1:30-2:15 p.m. Presenters may set-up their poster between 7:30-8:30 a.m.

Poster Specifications

A wall poster will be suitable for this conference; the maximum dimensions of your poster may be 4 feet by 6 feet. Pushpins will be provided. Presenters are expected to be by their posters at the designated poster session time and prepared to discuss poster content with conference attendees and answer any relevant questions. Presenters are highly encouraged to include a QR code on their posters. The purpose of the QR code is to reduce the need to print multiple copies of your research and resources by directing the viewers to an online version or related website; and to incorporate the use of technology at the session. A free QR code generator is located at http://www.visualead.com// .

Terms and Deadline

Consistent with the information disclosed in the Call for Presentations, the terms of agreement include that all presenters will need to register for the conference by the final registration deadline of October 14, 2013, and will be responsible for registration fees and travel expenses. The discounted Early Bird registration is October 1, 2013.

If you have questions or concerns about your participation in this conference, please contact at any time Sara Myers at samyers@unomaha.edu or Nancy Kelley-Gillespie at nkelleygillespi@unomaha.edu.