Carnegie Mellon University
All graduate students are invited to showcase their work so we hope you will join this event.
  • Set-up or arrange for someone else to set-up your visual display between 1:30-3:00pm in Rangos Hall. 
  • All participants should be back at Rangos Hall by 4:00pm and prepared to explain their research work.
  • Attend and be ready to briefly and informally talk about your research, project, performance, or conference experience with the broader campus community between 4:00-6:00pm
  • Invite faculty, peers, and friends to attend!
You may have a friend set up your poster/visual display for you or you may contact our office to arrange a drop-off time prior to April 1.
Please do not miss class, but please do join us for as much of the event as possible. Let us know what time you will be missing in the registration form.
Only one of you needs to register – there will be a place in the registration form to indicate who else is in your group. All should plan to attend the event from 4:00-6:00pm.
Yes, you may use the same poster. Please see the guidelines for poster sizes below.
No larger than 30 x 40 inches.
You will need to create a smaller poster to fit on the one easel and 30 x 40 inch foam core board that we can provide you, or you will need to bring a second foam core board to help hold up your poster.  You will only be provided one foam core board.
The Global Communication Center (GCC) has highlighted resources for Poster and Presentation Support.
Please indicate this on the registration form or contact us at by March 1.
Yes - when you accepted the funding, you committed to sharing your work at this exhibition. Even if you are unable to attend, you must share your work or experience. Please see the options for those currently not living in Pittsburgh, below.

Students who are currently residing outside the Pittsburgh area are not required to attend the Innovation with Impact Exhibition. They are required to send a poster/visual to be displayed at the event. We ask students to complete the registration for the event as well and let us know that they will not attend the event for record keeping.  Please contact to let us know what you are sending and when we should expect it to arrive.  Please note all mail materials must arrive no later than March 31.

You can send your materials to:

Carnegie Mellon University
Office of the Assistant Vice Provost for Graduate Education
Posner Hall 248
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA  15213

Create a poster or visual display about your experience and what you learned at the conference.