CALL FOR POSTERS
2022 Grefenstette Center Fall Symposium
How Can Algorithms Be Ethical?
Finding Solutions through Dialogue
CONFERENCE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2022
POSTER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2022
This CALL FOR POSTERS invites the submission of posters for presentation at the Grefenstette Center Fall Symposium. The symposium presentations will address a variety of perspectives on science, technology, ethics, policy, business, and religion in light of the theme "How Can Algorithms Be Ethical? Finding Solutions through Dialogue." All undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to submit posters. All accepted posters will receive a $75 acceptance award, and two posters will receive a $500 award for the best undergraduate and graduate poster!
• One poster per student or team is permissible.
• Submissions may come from individuals or groups.
• Poster size must be 36x48
• A minimum 24-point font (Arial or Times New Roman).
• The title should be a 50+ font size.
• Submit the Poster to email@example.com as a PDF by Friday, October 14!
• Posters may come from any academic discipline, but must relate to the
• Any current undergraduate or graduate student, from any university, is eligible to submit a poster.
• Author(s) must be physically present to present the poster, if accepted.
The following information must be present across the top of the poster:
• Poster Title
• Student Name & email
• Field of Study
• College/University Name
Poster Content Recommended Items:
• Introduction or objective
• Conclusions and/or discussion
• Core References and Acknowledgements
ACCEPTANCE & DISPLAY
• Acceptance or rejection of poster will occur by Friday, October 21.
• Accepted Posters must be printed and displayed, in person, in the Conference
Exhibit Hall at the Duquesne University Power Center.
• Author(s) must take the poster to the Power Center by 4pm on October 27, 2022.
• Author(s) of posters must be present on October 28 for the symposium, and able
to present the poster between 11-2pm.
• The author(s) of each accepted poster will receive $75 (per poster, not per author) as an award for acceptance. Additionally, all posters will be eligible for the grand prize of $500.
• Two grand prizes will be given, $500 each, one for best undergraduate poster and one for best graduate student poster.
• Grand prizes will be announced on the day of the symposium.