Powerpoint: Your team’s presentation is alotted 10 minutes. You’ll present your powerpoint on a projected screen at the Plenary Session, and then do a short question and answers immediately following.
May 7 is the deadline to submit your presentation.
On May 9, you’ll also need to bring your conference presentation powerpoint on a USB flashdrive on May 9th.
We know you’ll make last minute changes, so your USB Flashdrive is what you’ll plug in to the podium laptop connected to the projection screen on the stage for your presentation.
Note: No, your ipad, or phone will not suffice – you’ll need to bring your final powerpoint on a USB stick.
Trifold Board: Your “science fair style” board will be on display all day, visited by scientists and participants during the poster sessions.
Download the TEMPLATE here. When you have your board created, just save the document to a USB flashdrive and bring it to a local printing shop to have it printed out on oversize paper. Affix that paper to the poster board and bring with you on May 9th. Here’s a diagram to use as a guide as you work on the template.
Please be at one of the four bus stops by 8am, to take one of our chartered buses to the NOAA Inouye Regional Center on Ford Island.
Buses will depart at 8:15 sharp. Be there by 8am!
Near the Ice Palace
May 13, 2016 Conference Highlights
This year, on May 13th, from 8:00 to 3:30pm, students came to the NOAA Inouye Regional Center for Plenary sessions at which students present on stage, poster sessions with “Science Fair” style displays, and breakout sessions where small groups interact with scientists about careers and aspirations.
Christine Ambrosino, HIMB
Yvonne Chan ʻIolani Wet
Todd Cullison Hui o Koolaupoko
Derek Esibill Pacific American Foundation
Alyssa Haygood. LCC Marine Options Program
Mike Henley Smithsonian Institute
David Krupp, WCC PaCES
Joe O’Malley, NOAA Research Fishery Biologist
Tom Oliver, NOAA Ocean and Climate Change
Becks Prescott PAF Microbiology
Mark Manuel, NOAA Marine Debris Coordinator
Manning Taite, NALU Studies
Tim Tybuszewski, North Shore Community Land Trust