The OSM Student Evaluation Program allows student presenters to hone their presentation skills and receive valuable feedback from esteemed scientists. The program relies on anonymous volunteer judges who visit a student’s poster or oral presentation and engage them in order to help provide feedback about a student’s research and communication skills.

Process

  • Undergraduate, Master’s, and Doctorate student first authors select interest in participating during the abstract submission process
  • Liaisons are assigned to each session and help secure judges during the session submission process
  • Students confirm participation in December 2017
  • Non-student members sign up to judge a minimum of three student presentations in the online system starting in January 2018
  • At OSM, students give oral presentations or remain by their poster during their selected time slot in order to explain their research to passersby
  • Anonymous judges engage with students to assess their presentation skills
  • Judges submit feedback via by February 21, 2018
  • All students are provided feedback in March 2018

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