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FOSTERING THE CENTER’S DEVELOPMENT

HELPING REVITALIZE U.S. MANUFACTURING

HELPING REVITALIZE U.S. MANUFACTURING

HELPING REVITALIZE U.S. MANUFACTURING

HELPING REVITALIZE U.S. MANUFACTURING

A TRIP TO INDIA & OTHER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

A TRIP TO INDIA & OTHER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

STUDENT FOCUSED. FACULTY DIRECTED

STUDENT FOCUSED. FACULTY DIRECTED

A CENTER THAT CELEBRATES MANUFACTURING

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Poster Competition


Register Here: https://purdue.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9LizugLxZEhIETP

The competition is held in conjunction with our fall conference & judges will be industry conference guests. The poster competition is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 29, 2017 at 10:20-10:50AM  in the Purdue Memorial Union North Ballroom. All participants must meet at the registration table outside of the Norht Ballroom at 10:00AM to go over reminders of rules/process & to find your poster’s assigned location. All poster competitors are welcome to attend the conference sessions before/after their poster competition as well as the lunch break.  Final conference schedule is viewable at gscmi.org. Winners will be announced during the last 20 minutes of the conference day schedule so everyone needs to be in the PMU North Ballroom for this. 

Blank poster boards are available for free for you to pick up at DCMME office (KRAN 414) after you finish registration. You will prepare your poster and print it and then paste the printed poster onto the board for added support since the print out is things and will not stand up by itself on the eisel we provide. 

Finally, your final completed poster must be delivered to DCMME office (KRAN 414) (with your name, undergraduate or graduate, and graduation year clearly printed on the back in black marker) by Tuesday, September 26th 2:00PM.  Also, Email the final poster file to hallwes@purdue.edu. These files will be posted on our website so a pdf, Powerpoint or jpeg picture file of the poster is best.

Please don’t hesitate to ask any questions- hallwes@purdue.edu 

Printing instructions: please see Tom Brown & Ed Dunn in the Krannert 4th floor copy center room (RM 491). Bring your pdf of your poster to be printed on a usb. They will need some time to print so please plan ahead and get it to them early to make sure that you are able to get your poster to me by the deadline. I would encourage you to get your poster to Tom & Ed a couple of days early or else they may not be able to print them for you in time. 

Thanks & we are excited you are participating!

  • Prize money for winners! MBA:  $500 - $200 - $100    UG: $500, 200,100

Does my internship have to be in operations or supply chain directly?

Yes and No, we welcome entries describing all summer internship experiences in manufacturing or service firms, or where the work can be tied back to your education in management, operations management, or supply chain management.  If you can do that with your summer internship, you are in!

What should be on my Poster?

  • Prepare a poster (~22” x 27”) poster-board containing pictures, graphs, PowerPoint slides, text or examples that describe your internship experience.  A good starting point might be the final report or presentation that you prepared for your internship, or perhaps just photos that explain your work.  NEVER include information that may be considered sensitive or confidential.  We can help you work around this.  You can view sample posters in Krannert 414 and on our website (gscmi.org) at the following link: http://www.krannert.purdue.edu/centers/dcmme/events/archive/2015-archive/2015-fall-conference/fall-poster-competition.php
  1. Business professional attire is in order for this event.
  2. All you need to bring is yourself on Sept 30th!  

 

Presentation and Judging Format

Judges for the competition are the industry visitors for the conference.The presentation is multiple one-on-one interactions with groups of judges. In these “2-3 minute elevator pitch” sessions, you should share your internship work or project, methods or conclusions, along with why the internship was valuable to both you and the company you worked for. Judges will then have a minute to ask questions.  Judges will use a detailed 50-point judging criteria sheet to determine the competition winners. Criteria include but are not limited to: poster content, poster display, presentation skills, and demeanor.