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World Food Prize: Global Challenge Project: Paper Requirements

Paper Requirements

Now that you have done your research, it’s time to bring it all together.

Your paper should be 2-5 pages in length with a word count of 1000-2500 words, excluding the bibliography.

Recommended Breakdown

  • 5% Introduction
  • 20% Country & Family
  • 20% Challenges & Impact
  • 50% Solutions & Recommendations
  • 5% Conclusion

Format Requirements

Research paper must be submitted as a Word (.doc or .docx) file and meet the following page format requirements:

  • One-inch page margins (top, bottom, left, right)

  • Eleven-point font, Times New Roman

  • Single-spaced text, no indentation

  • Double space between paragraphs

  • Identification in the upper left-hand corner of the first page providing:

    • Student name

    • High school name

    • School city, State

    • Selected country, Topic

    • Essay title (in bold)

Note: Your paper will be checked for plagiarism. Make sure to take the time to analyze and interpret articles and information you read, and explain them in your own voice. It's important to always be careful when sharing an idea or concept that is someone else's (even if you explain it in your own words), that you properly credit the original source.

Bibliography Page

Bibliography page should include at least five sources with in-text citations set by the American Psychological Association (APA).

See the NoodleTools & APA Format tab for more information.