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Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education

RBJSE logo.Faculty of Education, Queen’s University
February 25 & 26, 2016

  • Professors and graduate students seated around a table.

    Participants can get feedback on their research in a roundtable format.

  • Two individuals talking with each other in front of a poster.

    Posters let participants present in a visual and interactive format.

  • A graduate student standing at the front of a class next to a projection screen.

    A graduate student presenting his findings at RBJSE.

  • Two seated students smiling.

    Students listening to a keynote address.

  • Two seated students smiling.

    Students listening to a Keynote address.

  • Coffee mugs with the text 'rbjse' on the side, and small gift bags within.

    Swag given to participants at the Symposium.

  • Three graduate students standing in front of a blackboard.

    A previous student advisory team: Lindsay, Ian, and Samantha.

The Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education (RBJSE) is an interdisciplinary symposium that provides graduate students with a supportive and affordable opportunity to present and discuss their research or work-in-progress with colleagues, faculty, and practitioners from the field. The symposium highlights current research being undertaken by graduate students at Queen’s University and other universities across Canada and abroad. 

Symposium Skills 101: What should I know?

Do you have questions about how to: give great presentations, make a poster, or participate in a roundtable presentation? If so, check out these resources!

Presenting with Impact, by Chi Yan Lam

Make the Most out of Your Poster, by Meghan Dale

Roundtable Presentations, by Paul Vernon

Additional Resources

The Art and Science of Successful Presentations, by Potent Presentations

The Secret Structure of Great Talks, by Nancy Duarte (TED Talks)

Slide Design Guidelines, by Potent Presentations

How to Design a Research Poster, by Potent Presentations

Presenting Data Effectively, by Stephanie Evergreen