The editors of the Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research invite undergraduate students at any college or university to submit manuscripts from any discipline to be considered for publication in our journal’s seventh issue (2017).
- Abstract of no more than 200 words
- 5-35 pages in length
- 12pt Times New Roman or Calibri font, double spaced.
- Submit as a single Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) file unless the text of your manuscript requires different format (such as extensive mathematical notation, tables, or figures).
- If your manuscript includes figures or images, include a list of figures and identify the file format (e.g., JPEG, TIFF, PDF) of any graphics and images submitted
- Submissions may be from any discipline as long as they are research based.
- May use MLA, APA, or Chicago Style.
- Accompanying your submission you must provide the following information:
- School/Graduating Class
- Discipline of paper
- Citation style used
- Daytime Phone Number
- Email Address
- Mailing Address
- The name and contact information of a sponsoring professor
- Research involving human subjects requires documentation of Institutional Review Board approval or exemption.
The submission deadline for the 2017 issue is January 15, 2017. As a journal dedicated to undergraduate scholarship, the Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research only accepts submissions from current or recent undergraduate students. To qualify, a submission must be received by the submission deadline (Jan. 15) following the conferral of the author’s first bachelor degree.
Manuscripts that have been published of have been accepted for publication elsewhere, or are under review with another publication, are not eligible for review or publication.
“Submission guidelines of all academic journals require that authors vouch for the originality of their work and that the manuscript is not currently under review by any other publication. While the lengthy review and publication cycle of an academic journal may be frustrating, offering a manuscript to one journal at a time is compulsory. Authors will also need to guarantee to the editor that the copyright for the material is held by no other entity.” — Henscheid, Jean and Jennifer Keup. Crafting and Conducting Research on Student Transitions. Columbia, SC: National Resource Center for The First Year Experience & Students in Transition, 2011. Print. (page 96).
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