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Submission Guidelines:

Follow these tips to ease your submission process! 
Check with your mentor and have them read and review your manuscript before submitting. Your mentor will automatically receive an email after completing the Submission Form.  

The manuscript must be a Microsoft Word Document (.doc), double spaced in Times New Roman 12pt font. Pages should be numbered with the name of the primary author in the header of each page.  

If you are submitting a Research Paper, it must be written in third person, but a Research Narrative should be written in first person.  

Figures, tables, and graphs can be submitted by being embedded in the text of the document or as separate files.  If submitted separately, please indicate where in the manuscript the figures should appear. Use the highest quality resolution when possible. 

Research Papers should include a cover page with a title, the full name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s). The body of the manuscript should have clearly labeled sections including: Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, and References. Not all categories will be necessary for Short Reports or Research Narratives. Click herefor an example of formatting. 

Categories forArticles:

Inquirouses five common categories for articles. 

Long Papers: A long paper should give a substantial description of an original research project. It should include detailed discussions of the methods utilized and the results obtained. The suggested length is 2,500 – 4,000 words. 

Short Reports: A short report should give a concise overview of an original research project. Its content is comparable to that of science posters. The suggested length is 1,000 – 2,000 words. 

Theses: A thesis is similar to a long paper and should therefore be of similar length and content. The suggested length is 2,500 – 4,000 words. Students participating in undergraduate programs that require a thesis are encouraged to submit their work.

Literature Reviews: A literature review should give detailed information on the methodology of a scientific topic as well as the current scientific findings associated with the topic. Unlike a research paper, a literature review does not report novel information obtained from research performed by the author(s). The suggested length is 2,500 – 4,000 words.

Research Narratives: A research narrative describes an author’s personal experiences in research using an editorial or narrative style. The suggested length is 600 – 800 words.