Faculty members and off-campus professionals, are invited to help judge the oral presentations, poster presentations and performances during the Forum. You may be assigned to judge a presentation that is close to your discipline, or very different from your field. The latter is because we have asked the students to present their research in a way that can be understood outside of their field. Therefore, presentations should not be too technical.
You will need to report to the judges' room (TBD) in the PSU as early as 7:45 a.m. on Saturday, April 29. All rankings must be reported to Tom Tomasi after the completion of assigned presentations.
Judging oral presentations
Judges for oral presentations will view presentations from 8-9 a.m. and 10-11 a.m.
Judging poster presentations
Two sets of poster judges will be assigned to each category. The first set will assess approximately 10 posters without students present from 9-10 a.m. and identify students with excellent posters.
A second set of judges will interview these students at their posters from 11 a.m.- noon and select the winners in each category.
Performance presentation rounds will be determined by the nature and amount of submissions in that format.