Wednesday Feb 14, 2024

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"It is essential, if we want to continue to reap the benefits of science, to commit as a nation to preparing more young people for extraordinary careers in science."

Carol W. Greider, 2009 Nobel laureate in physiology & medicine

WHAT: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Posters at the Arkansas State Capitol.

The 2024 STEM Posters at the Capitol will allow students from all Arkansas colleges and universities to present research to an audience of peers, educators, elected officials, and students from across the state.

WHO: Arkansas STEM students and state elected officials.

Arkansas State Governor: Governor's webpage
Arkansas State Legislature: General Assembly's Webpage
Find your state representative: Input your home or school address
Find your state senator: Input your home or school address

WHEN: Wednesday Feb 14, 2024 in the Arkansas Capitol Rotunda.

WHERE: The 2024 STEM Posters at the Capitol will be held at the Arkansas Capitol Rotunda.

Students should consult faculty mentors on their respective campuses for more information regarding submission of abstracts.

Previous Posters at the Capitol events, including poster abstracts, are available here.

For additional information about these events in Arkansas contact:

Steve O'Connell
Professor and Chair of Geography
University of Central Arkansas
Conway, AR 72035
ph: (501) 450-5636, email:

2024 Posters at the Capitol Highlights:

  • Over 72 students
  • From 11 Arkansas Colleges and Universities
  • 45 different presentations of original work
  • Encompassing all aspects of science and technology

2024 Posters at the Capitol Documents:
Abstract Booklet: (download)
Participant Summary Table: Sortable Table

Past Posters at the Capitol Events:
Abstract booklets from previous events are available here.

Posters at the Capitol Resources:
Arkansas STEM Posters at the State Capitol is modeled after Murray State University's program.

The Council on Undergraduate Research promotes poster events at state capitols to mirror the Posters on the Hill events it sponsors at the US Capitol in even numbered years.