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Title Title Title 1 Author , and 1 Institutional Address or Dept name; email addresses are optional 2 Institutional Address or Dept name; email addresses are optional Introduction Results Describe the background for your research question. What are your main points? 1 Author , 2 Author You can insert subheadings. What is your research objective? Please insert graphics as needed – make sure that the resolution a graphics is high enough to print properly. Be sure to say why this research is important. Conclusions This section can be titled Conclusions or Summary depending on how advanced your research is. It is good to include why your research or results are important. You can rename the Headings of the text boxes so that they are specific to your research. The default text in the text boxes is 28 point. You can change this, but do not go lower than 24 point. These boxes are text boxes and can be be resized. You can create new text boxes in Power. Point. Literature cited Research Method Not too many details about your method please; save it for the interesting conversations that you will have with your audience. Boring C. and Aloof D. (2012) An article that is all about myself. Gentleman’s Quarterly 59, 124 -36. Fear U. and Loathing M. (1945) An article that is all about you. Ladies Home Journal 23, 345 -78. You can use whatever citation format that is common in your discipline. Acknowledgments Acknowledge those that have contributed to your research (cheerful faculty) and organizations that funded your research. [If you are funded by the CSR include the following] Support for this research was provided by the CSUEB Center for Student Research funding from the CSUEB Center for Student Research. [If you are funded by LSAMP included the following] Support was provided by the CSU LSAMP program with funds from the CSU Chancellor’s Office and the National Science Foundation (NSF HRD-1302873).