Information Regarding Presentations

Oral Presentation Length: 15 minutes
Poster Presentations: Please refer to the "Poster Guidelines" below for additional guidelines and tips for presenting a poster.

  • All first authors must be registered for the conference. Conference participants may only be first author on one paper, and likewise may only be the first author on one poster submission.
  • Preference for the final program selection will be given to first authors who are only submitting an abstract for one form of presentation (either an oral or poster).
  • There is no limit on the number of abstracts (oral or poster) in which you can be a co-author.
     

Submit Your Abstract


Information for Barbara Lawrence Award Applicants

How to Apply

  1. Log in and navigate to the conference "Abstract Submission" page.
  2. Click the "Submit Your Abstract Now" button and check the Barbara Lawrence Award Submission checkbox AND upload Proof of Student Status on the submission form. Note that you must be a current member and be registered for the conference OR you must have submitted an application for a Conference Waiver, to be able to access the Abstract Submission form. You must submit your abstract and proof of student status by January 15.
  3. If your abstract is accepted, your acceptance email will have instructions for how to submit the other required materials:
    • Research paper
    • PPT/Poster
    • Statement of Authorship (if more than one author is listed).

Please contact the Awards Coordinator at awards@ethnobiology.org if you have questions about the award or application requirements. For technical assistance with the website and/or application form contact webmaster@ethnobiology.org.


Poster Guidelines

Never made a poster before? No worries. Follow this link to download a .pdf of how to make a poster. Maximum poster size is 36 inches high x 36 inches wide (0.91 x 0.91 meters). Posters must be flat.

Click here for a Powerpoint poster template.