An abstract provides the reader with a brief overview of the project and is often the first (and at times the only) part of a proposal that a reviewer will read.
The final proposal will include a structured abstract that addresses the following areas:
- Background and Significance
- Project Goals and Objectives
- Methods (Description of the intervention or processes you will use to achieve the goals) and how you will measure effects of the intervention to determine project success, next steps, etc…)
- Potential Impact of the Project
Abstracts are typically short (half of a page to one page). Please check with your Faculty Project Advisor to determine preferences in abstract length and content.
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