Sharing your results: How to communicate your research with the scientific community
Sharing your research is an important part of being a scientist. Submitting an abstract to a journal, giving your first talk at a public conference, or standing in front of a poster explaining your research is a big deal for anyone and can be defining moments in your career. That’s why it’s important to learn and practice techniques and tools to better communicate your research with people of all ages and backgrounds.
Venues for presenting research results
Jackson School Annual Research Symposium
Each spring semester, Jackson School students present their research in a day-long poster competition. Prizes of up to $1,000 are awarded for the best posters!
Learn more at the symposium website.
Ready to submit? Submit your abstract.
Geological Society of America
The Geological Society of America holds its annual meeting in the fall and is a great opportunity to present your research and interact with peers and geoscience experts from all fields.
Learn more about the GSA Annual Meeting.
The GSA also holds regional meetings for its six GSA Geographic Sections. The smaller meetings are specially geared for geoscience students and are a great place to present your research for the first time.
American Geophysical Union
The AGU Fall meeting is the largest annual gathering of earth and space scientists in the world. For many young scientists, the AGU Fall meeting is a career defining moment.
Learn more about the AGU Fall Meeting, including how to register, submit abstracts and key deadlines.
The AGU also hosts many other conferences, meetings and workshops. Visit AGU Meetings to find out more.
Society of Exploration Geophysicists
SEG holds a large meeting in the fall called the SEG International Exposition and Annual Meeting, which includes thousands of presentations and poster sessions. Learn more about the SEG Annual Meeting and other SEG events.
American Association of Petroleum Geologists
The AAPG holds conventions, meetings and exhibitions throughout the world. Students can present posters at the AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition.
Tips on writing abstracts and preparing posters and presentations