Oregon’s Ocean: Bringing the High Seas Home
FLORENCE – The 2012 Heceta Head Coastal Conference brings current ocean science and policy to Oregonians. Attendees include university scientists, ocean policy agency staff, politicians, students, and the general public. The conference is co-sponsored by Oregon Sea Grant.
The Pacific Ocean is a dynamic place full of activity and motion. This year highlights the science of things that float, swim, drift, stowaway, steam, and bob across the Pacific to Oregon’s Ocean.
What to expect: The student poster session is part of a full day program (Saturday, October 27).
A dedicated session allows conference attendees to view posters and interact with student scientists as they explain their research and results.
Why submit a poster?
- Showcase your research
- Gain professional experience
- Practice science communication with a broad audience
- Interact with researchers, decision makers, industry leaders, stakeholders, and other students
- Awards for top posters (and prizes)!
Submitting a poster: The HHCC invites contributions from advanced undergraduates (juniors or seniors), recent graduates, and graduate students.
The poster submission deadline is September 30. Download the .pdf announcement for details.
For more information on the conference, visit www.hecetaheadconference.org.