Project Proposal for Penn State Mont Alto Academic Festival

Please provide your name as you want it to be listed in the program.
(In the event local newspapers might like to interview you)
Please provide names as your group members want them to be listed in the program.
The project title can be updated later if necessary.
Abstracts can be updated and may appear in the event program.
Which United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) best apply to your project?
Answering this question automatically qualifies your project to be considered for the Sustainability Award. Please choose all that apply. United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals can be found here:
Which best describes the format of your presentation?
Note that you may not present the same project in more than one format, but you may present multiple projects with different topics. Your mentor can help you determine the appropriate format.
A research-based project will focus on answering a specific question. Examples: Evaluating existing literature and drawing your own conclusions from the data; developing a hypothesis and testing it; etc.
An informational exhibit focuses on sharing existing information. Examples: Demonstrating equipment, tools, or procedures used for specific purposes in various occupations; creating a visual display on a topic of interest to you (person, place, historical event, etc.)
Which type of space do you prefer? Please choose an option that will best suit your finished project.
Tri-fold display and/or other material.
For a flat, vertical display.
For a presentation or performance.
You must notify your faculty mentor and an Academic Festival organizer if you change your space preference(s).
This includes requests for additional space, electrical outlets, etc. If these requests are not made prior to the event, the equipment or support you need may not be available on the day of the event.