Right now I am in an undergraduate psychology research course. The point of the class was to design and implement a study, then to write a research paper. I did all of that and submitted it a few weeks ago. Today, I was approached by the graduate assistant for the class. He said mine was one of the best studies, that the results were interesting, all of that. We were in a noisy hallway and I was more excited to find out that I did well on a project that is basically our entire grade for the course, that I missed the real point of what he was trying to say. He said something about potentially submitting it to a "undergraduate poster" (i think that is what he said). He said it could help with grad school applications and whatnot. My question is, what exactly does that mean? I have no real interest in becoming a researcher, so I am not totally sure what any of that meant. I have never looked into submitting research to anyone. Any ideas what he was suggesting I do? Normally I would just go back and ask what he meant but I don't think I will be able to get a hold of him for a few days.