The Catalyst Research Journal is a new journal focusing on bioengineering, biomedical engineering, and related fields. The Catalyst was created by a group of undergraduate students who came together with an idea to increase student interest and involvement in research on campus. Students may submit articles online.
Interpolations is a refereed online journal showcasing superior student writing from the English Department's First Year Writing Program. These essays represent the finest work--a combination of compelling ideas and outstanding writing--being produced by our academic community's newest members. This journal is an effort to foster our students' voices in the University of Maryland's ongoing academic discourse. In addition to the thought provoking essays that appear in the journal, there will eventually be forums for the entire university community to respond to these papers so that a real visible dialogue can occur in this space.
Janus: the University of Maryland Undergraduate History Journal is the history journal created in the fall of 2000 by a group of undergraduate history students at the University of Maryland and features writing relevant to the study of history. The journal seeks to grant students a voice in the academic world by providing a chance to publish their work and participate formally in scholarly debate.
The Paper Shell Review is the University of Maryland's undergraduate journal of essays on literary topics and book reviews. Founded in 2010, The Paper Shell Review is the University of Maryland's annual journal of critical essays on literary topics. The journal is published by and for undergraduate students at the university.
Undergraduate students from any accredited institution of higher education may submit papers to The Paper Shell Review. Submissions are generally accepted from October to mid-February -- the final deadline for the Spring 2015 issue will be posted here during the fall semester. For University of Maryland students, essays submitted before the end of December will receive best consideration. Contact the email@example.com for more information.
Powerlines To that end, Powerlines is a peer-reviewed, student-run online journal that is housed within the Department of American Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. We are committed to the belief that interdisciplinarity, in all of its contestations, is a critical necessity in the study of the cultures of everyday life and the cultural constructions of identity and difference. The journal facilitates current conversations that are shaping the field of cultural studies with a call for papers that welcomes submissions once a year.
Scientific Terrapin is a bi-annual peer-reviewed journal which publishes articles in the fields of life sciences (biology, chemistry, biochemistry, and ecology), applied sciences (engineering, mathematics, computer science, physics, and goelogy), and social sciences (economics, government and politics, psychology, business, and sociology). Articles must be 5-6 pages single spaced (up till 10 pages including tables/figures), formatted in 12 pt Times New Roman font with 1 in. margins in .doc(x) or .pdf files. You may submit your manuscript online.
Stylus is a journal of literature and art consists of art, prose, poetry and multilingual pieces submitted by University of Maryland undergraduate and graduate students. Their reading period is from September to February, and our final deadline is January 31st. Students are encouraged to submit early in the year in order to receive detailed feedback on their work. The journal accepts up to five pieces per genre, though some students may be invited to submit more. The work is put through a rigorous, anonymous review process.