Student Poster Competition

ASEE Zone IV Conference Student Poster Competition is organized for engineering students to showcase their understanding and experience in engineering education. Further, it aims to improve the visibility of student efforts following the implementation of educational tools and innovative practice in engineering educations, and recognize the excellence in student projects.

The competition will be organized in two categories, Undergraduate Student Poster Competition, and Graduate Student Poster Competition. One first place prize and one runner-up prize will be awarded to best posters in each category. See full details here: Student Poster Competition.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Student authors must be registered in an undergraduate or graduate engineering degree program, or in a community college program with intent to transfer into an engineering program.
  • Each student poster entry (team or individual) is required to have a faculty advisor. Work submitted to this competition cannot also be co-presented as a paper at 2022 ASEE Zone IV Conference.
  • The faculty advisor must be a registered attendee of the conference and may advise up to three poster entries.
  • The student presenter must register for the conference as student conference attendee.
  • Submissions should demonstrate reflections of students experience in their learning process. Preferably, they also present a clear educational component which the students can link in a meaningful and relevant way to education research and/or theories (i.e., Student-Centered Instruction, engagement/motivation, etc.) or to the development of graduate attributes in engineering education.

Submission Process

  1. Students will submit a brief abstract of their work to the Student Program committee by April 1st, 2022 EXTENDED TO April 15, 2022. Abstracts should discuss: the educational initiative or project, the context of the application, and any progress/findings to date or anticipated. Email abstract to Vladan Prodanovic at
  2. Students will be informed as to whether their submission has been accepted to the conference by April 15st.
  3. Students will submit a one-page briefing document describing the current state of their project and findings by email to Vladan Prodanovic at by May 1st. The document will brief the judges on their work, its connection to engineering education, and its impact on future undergraduate engineering students’ educational experiences. If any testing of the work has been completed, description of the testing and results would be beneficial. Students should provide some background as to their interests and experience in engineering (University, Program, interests/clubs, etc).
  4. Students will display a poster no larger than 3ft x 5ft (dimension) at the conference. They are also welcome to display a model or simulation in addition (but not in lieu of) their poster. Students should be prepared to deliver a 5-minute presentation to the judges, which will be followed by a short Q&A.

Please direct any questions to Vladan Prodanovic via email: