Deadline for Submitting to Discovery Journal Is May 2
The Discovery 2016 cover featured Bumpers student Lauren Cambias with her mentor, Jamie Baum, collecting data in the lab for their research, 'Evaluation of protein source at breakfast on energy metabolism, metabolic health, and food intake: a pilot study.'
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Discovery, the undergraduate research journal of the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, is inviting submissions for the Fall 2017 issue (Vol. 18).
Degree-seeking undergraduate students with a major or minor within Bumpers College conducting research in cooperation with a faculty mentor at the University of Arkansas are encouraged to submit their papers by the deadline, May 2. Discovery offers students an opportunity to publish research accomplishments in a citable format, to develop skills needed in graduate school, to enhance the value of a bachelor's degree in the job market, and to prepare students overall for careers in the areas of food, agriculture, the environment, and human quality of life.
Please visit the Discovery Journal website featuring Instructions for authors, previous editions of Discovery and other helpful information at discoverymag.uark.edu. Students may submit a hard copy of the manuscript, including a short personal biography to Gail Halleck, Division of Agriculture Communications, 110 Agriculture Building, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark. 72701. Students can submit their electronic version via the website or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gail Halleck, managing editor, Discovery
Division of Agriculture Communications
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