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White Paper Series forms

Both of the forms linked below must be completed and submitted to Dr. Hargett ( along with the finalized White Paper submission.


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Read more about the Aggie White Paper series, including what kinds of material represent appropriate content for publication in the White Paper series.



The Aggie Undergraduate White Paper Series expands access to scholarship, research, and discoveries produced by undergraduate researchers at NC A&T. Providing these papers on an open access license ensures that these scholarly discoveries are available to the world.

The Aggie Undergraduate Research White Paper Series showcases research-based proposals and perspective papers produced by the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University undergraduate research community.

Submissions to the White Paper Series are accepted on a rolling basis, and will be published semesterly. Acceptance to the White Paper Series requires a faculty recommendation based on the standards in the field. Papers must be, at minimum, A-grade work for the discipline the advisor is in. In addition, a recommending Faculty Reviewer reviews the work to be sure that it is publishable-quality, and then recommends it to the White Paper Series. Faculty reviewers are typically the student’s teacher, advisor, laboratory PI, or fieldwork supervisor. All papers in the White Paper Series must have had an expert faculty reviewer sign off on them, attesting to their quality and intellectual contribution to the field.

Faculty approved White Papers should be submitted electronically to Dr. Tonya R. Hargett,, for publication. Submitters must completely fill out the Student White Paper Licese (see links to the left) and all submissions must be accompanied by a White Paper Faculty Recommendation Form (see left) completed by an A&T faculty member in the discipline for which the paper is written.


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