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All papers must adhere to guidelines for scholarly research. Middle/high school papers should be 8&-15 pages in length. Undergraduate/graduate papers should be 15&-30 pages in length. Nominations should be submitted by emailing a Microsoft Word copy of the paper to the chair of the selection committee before January 15. Papers submitted to the undergraduate/graduate competition must have been completed during the current or previous academic year. Submissions must include proof of student status during the current or previous academic year; documentation may consist of a copy of a schedule of classes or (unofficial or official) transcript or a letter from a faculty advisor (which should include the faculty advisor's e-mail address, phone number, and mailing address). Students who wish to present their papers at the conference must also submit a proposal for participation by the submission deadline (generally in October). Costs of attending the conference are the winner's responsibility.
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an undergraduate student or a graduate student
a university, a four-year college or two-year college