The Student Poster Showcase is an annual event hosted by the Frances McClelland Institute where graduate and undergraduate students come together to present their research on a variety of topics centered around improving the lives of children, youth, and families. Last year, we had a total of 17 students participate in the virtual event. Some of the students presented independent research projects they conducted with mentorship provided by Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) faculty. Other participants were enrolled in Dr. Ric Wood's FSHD 408 - Program Planning and Evaluation course. These students presented their end of the semester projects which consisted of developing and/or evaluating individual or family focused programs for schools and communities.