The 2023 Carl Hunt Graduate Student Research Poster Competition
Graduate students enrolled during the Spring 2023 semester, or those graduated within six months of the Pacific Northwest Animal Nutrition Conference, (no earlier than July 15, 2022), are encouraged to submit an abstract. Previous award winners are not eligible for prize money.
Postdoctoral and Undergraduate Researchers
You may present data in poster form but are not eligible for prize money.
Abstracts must describe research completed as part of the student's degree program. It is highly recommended that students take into consideration the applied nature of this conference when deciding the relevance of their work. Work previously presented at a national or international conference is eligible. Abstracts should not exceed one single-spaced page (1-inch margins, 12 pts. Times New Roman font).
Submit an abstract to your departmental representative by December 15, 2022.
Suggested poster size is 36 X 54 inches. Posters must include at least the following sections: Introduction, Objectives, Materials and Methods, Results, Summary/Implications, and References. Work previously presented at another conference must be reformatted for this conference. Posters will be judged by a panel of industry representatives based on the presentation as well as the content.
First Place — $1,250
Second Place — $1,000
Third Place — $750
University of Alberta: Dr. Anne Laarman, email@example.com
Washington State University: Dr. Don Llewellyn, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastern Oregon University: Dr. Chad Mueller, email@example.com
Oregon State University: Dr. Juliana Ranches, firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Idaho: Dr. Pedram Rezamand, email@example.com
Montana State University: Dr. Megan Van Emon, firstname.lastname@example.org
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