Call for Scholarly Contributions to Spring Issue of Inquiry, the U of A Undergraduate Research Journal
The Office of Undergraduate Research is pleased to call for research papers for the next issue (Volume 22, No. 1) of the Inquiry journal — an online publication aimed at showcasing the cutting-edge undergraduate research and scholarly activity at the U of A.
The deadline for submission of contributions to the next issue is Monday, April 3, 2023.
The spring issue of the Inquiry Journal will be published in May 2023. Inquiry journal welcomes contributions from U of A undergraduate students from all disciplines. Contributions to Inquiry will include original research articles and presentations (including posters, research blogs, art exhibitions, and audio and video presentations of theater and musical performances).
Prior to publication, all research articles will be reviewed by selected panel of faculty with expertise in the relevant field. Inquiry journal also aims to include information on research opportunities at other institutions and organizations. Additionally, the journal will highlight research accomplishments such as awards and scholarships won by undergraduate students. All contributions should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Instructions to authors can be accessed from the Inquiry journal website.
Questions regarding submissions can be sent to professor Suresh K. Thallapuranam, director of the Office of Undergraduate Research, Division of Research and Innovation, at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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