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title name department or program or team name north dakota state university fargo nd
TitleName. Department or Program or Team Name, North Dakota State University, Fargo ND

Background/Objectives

Methods

Discussion

[What does the reader need to know about your project to have it make sense to them? Remember, you’ll be there to explain things to them. They just need to get an idea of what the issue/problem is that you’re trying to address. The font should be a sans serif font (no wing dings on the ends of the letters…such as Arial or Tahoma) and should be large enough to be read easily from 5 ft away.]

[What does the reader need to know about how you did your project? Remember, you’ll be there to explain things to them. A schematic is good here sometimes.]

[Are there things that still need to be done on this project? What are the next steps for the research/product/field/or whatever? Are there things that you would do differently if you did the project again?]

Results

[This can be broken up into a series of pictures, graphs, or narratives. It should illustrate what you’re going to be telling them about the project. ]

Acknowledgements

Contact information

[If there are people who helped you or funded your project, you can acknowledge their contribution here.]

First.Last@ndsu.edu