Present at ASMCUE
ASMCUE is shaped by attendees. No matter your professional level, you can share teaching strategies, connect with colleagues, and contribute to the ASMCUE program.
There is more than one way to contribute to the program, including:
Microbrew Submissions – Due April 15, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. (PT)
Travel Awards – Due April 20, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. (PT)
Poster Abstract Submission – Now closed
- Applicants can save progress on their application and return to complete at a later time.
- No re-submissions will be allowed.
- All presenters are responsible for conference registration fees, travel, and hotel expenses. Direct questions about the submission and review processes to email@example.com.
- Consists of a 10-minute presentation and 5-minute Q&A period.
- Accepted Microbrews will be published online to the ASMCUE 2019 website and mobile app.
- Microbrews may include up to two presenters.
- No technology support (no computer, projector, or sound equipment)
- Presenters will have access to one flip chart in the room.
- Virtual handouts, physical handouts, and/or props – Following acceptance, presenters will receive additional information about handouts for use during the presentation. Presenters will be responsible for printing and bringing physical handouts and/or props to the conference.
- Activity description, engagement plan, timeline, and student learning goals.
- Context for activity and ASMCUE attendee learning outcomes.
- Audience, keywords, and core concepts.
All submissions are reviewed by the ASMCUE Microbrew Review Committee according to the following criteria:
- Feasibility and relevance.
- Attendee engagement and learning outcomes.
- Innovation, originality, and alignment with ASM Core Curriculum.
The primary contact will receive a disposition by early May 2019.
Submission deadline: April 15, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. (PT)
Poster Abstract submission is now closed
Posters focus on education research outcomes associated with any of the subdisciplines in the biological sciences. This opportunity provides an excellent venue for faculty to showcase their educational research.The abstract describes innovative teaching approaches or the specific activities conducted by students and indicates how those changes affected student learning. Work described in the abstract must have been tested on students and assessment of the activity’s outcomes must be described. Analyzed data and conclusions must be included.
Abstracts must be based on results that have not been published in any journal or presented at any public, scientific, or educational conference, nationally or internationally, before August 1, 2019.
Exception: ASMCUE is an affiliated meeting of ASM Microbe 2019. Abstracts submitted to ASM Microbe may also be submitted to ASMCUE. Authors should note that the submission and review processes for each meeting are independent.
Poster abstracts accepted to ASMCUE 2019 will be published online to the ASMCUE website and mobile app.
Posters abstracts may include 4 total authors.
View Poster Example
Key Poster Abstract Components
- Hypothesis statement, study design, and methods.
- Data supporting effectiveness of strategy and conclusion.
Review Criteria and Guidelines
All submissions are reviewed by the 2019 ASMCUE Poster Review Committee according to the following criteria:
- Overall quality and originality
- Abstract includes all of the necessary components (background, hypothesis statement, study design, methods, data supporting effectiveness of strategy, and conclusion(s))
- Specific and succinct abstract
View Poster Rubric
The primary contact will receive a disposition by mid-April 2019