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The Asbury Journal (Journals)
The Asbury Journal publishes scholarly essays and book reviews written from a Wesleyan perspective. The Journal's authors and audience reflect the global reality of the Christian church, the holistic nature of Wesleyan thought, and the importance of both theory and practice in addressing the current issues of the day. Authors include Wesleyan scholars, scholars of Wesleyanism/Methodism, and scholars writing on issues of theological and theological education importance.
The Journal of Inductive Biblical Studies (Journals)
The Journal of Inductive Biblical Studies intends to promote the hermeneutical approach to the study of the Scriptures generally known as Inductive Biblical Studies. By Inductive Biblical Study (IBS) we mean the hermeneutical movement initiated by William Rainey Harper and Wilbert Webster White that was embodied in the curriculum of The Biblical Seminary in New York founded in 1900. This approach had precursors in the history of interpretation and has since the beginning of the twentieth-century enjoyed widespread dissemination, being taught at such institutions as Princeton Theological Seminary, Columbia Theological Seminary, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia, Fuller Theological Seminary, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries, Azusa Pacific University, and Asbury Theological Seminary, as well as hundreds of other institutions and organizations around the world. For more detailed description of IBS, see Bauer and Traina, Inductive Bible Study: A Comprehensive Guide to the Practice of Hermeneutics (Grand Rapids: Baker, 2011) and the IBS website at http://www.inductivebiblicalstudy.com/.
ISSN 2169-0448The JME publishes prose, poetry, scholarship, and artwork with two aims: Providing veterans with a venue for creative expression and sustaining a dialogue that will help bridge the gap between military and civilian cultures. View the current call for submissions at www.militaryexperience.org/submissions
The Journal of Occupational Therapy Education (JOTE) is an open access, peer reviewed journal devoted solely to publishing research and other relevant information related to occupational therapy and occupational science education.
We are now accepting submissions! See Instructions for Authors for a description of the types of manuscripts we accept.
Our inaugural issue is coming soon! The first issue will be published online in April, 2017.
We need reviewers!! If you are interested in becoming a reviewer for JOTE, please email your name, educational research interests/ expertise, and CV or resume to email@example.com.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
ISSN 2168-0531The Journal of Retracing Africa (JORA) is a peer-reviewed, African studies journal that welcomes submissions of original, previously unpublished manuscripts on a broad thematic and chronological range. JORA is committed to publishing articles that provide theoretically informed analysis on the social, economic, cultural, and political transformation of African societies during the precolonial, colonial, and postcolonial periods. It aims at deconstructing misconceived, mistaken, and missing narratives on Africa and Africans, thus providing a holistic appreciation of the African experience.
The Journal of Retracing Africa (JORA) invites you to: Review Books, Review Articles, Submit Articles, To be a Guest on Specific Topics
Kentucky Journal of Excellence in College Teaching and Learning (College of Education)
ISSN 1943-7935The Kentucky Journal for Excellence in College Teaching and Learning is a peer - reviewed electronic Journal sponsored by the Kentucky Council for Post Secondary Education Faculty Development Group. The Journal is published by the College of Education, Eastern Kentucky University. General categories for articles include theory, research, and practice. In addition, the Journal will publish manuscripts containing book or media reviews, profiles, and commentary. The Journal targets the professional development of college and university faculty within the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Its primary goal is to enhance student learning by promoting excellence in teaching in higher education institutions in Kentucky. Its presence will also serve to further a national and international awareness of teaching and learning issues and best practices in higher education.
The Kentucky Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship is an online journal dedicated to showcasing the research and creative activities of undergraduate students across the commonwealth of Kentucky.
We invite submissions throughout the year from a variety of disciplines. The journal publishes two issues per year. If you are interested in submitting your work to KJUS, please click the Instructions for Authors link.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Like the quilt pattern it’s named for, ninepatch: A Creative Journal for Women & Gender Studies gathers the work of emerging and experienced artists who have chosen different patterns and forms, all expressive in individual ways, yet similar in their main purpose. ninepatch strives to express gender in all of its forms, through words, images, sounds, movement, mixed media, or other types of human experience that can be reproduced in an online format.
PRISM: A Journal of Regional Engagement (Center for Appalachian Regional Engagement & Stewardship (CARES))
PRISM: A Journal of Regional Engagement is an exciting, relatively new, journal devoted to promoting a culture of engagement between the university and region through the creation, application, and integration of knowledge. PRISM is multi-disciplinary, publishing quality, peer-reviewed research articles, case studies and applied research articles, and reflections across the full range of disciplinary perspectives. Similarly, PRISM welcomes all forms of analysis and methodologies.
We are proud to announce our Spring 2016 issue of PRISM is now available.
The Chautauqua Journal is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes essays, articles, and creative works for inclusion in volumes that explore the annual themes of the Eastern Kentucky University Chautauqua Lecture Series.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory (Social Theory)
We are now accepting submissions for Volume 26 of disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory; the theme is Justice. See the Call for Papers for more details.
disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory is an annual thematic publication dedicated to investigating and stimulating interest in new directions in contemporary social theory. Volume 25, published in Spring 2016, explores the theme Transnational Lives and features the work of scholars and artists working across a variety of media and theoretical perspectives.
In Fall 2016, disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory became a No-Fee Open Access Journal. This means that the journal is freely available, allows the largely unrestricted use of its content, and does not charge publication fees. Content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License (CC-BY-NC 4.0), meaning that interested parties are free to share and adapt published work, so long as they give appropriate credit to the author and the journal, indicate what changes were made (if any), and agree to not make commercial use of the work. This license is also retroactively applied to all content previously published by disClosure.
To submit a manuscript, click here to create an account and follow the instructions. If you already have an account, click here, log in, and follow the submission instructions. Feel free to contact the editors if you have any questions about disClosure.
Ex-Patt Magazine (Patterson School of Diplomacy & International Commerce)
Welcome to Ex-Patt Magazine, an international affairs journal by the students of the Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce!
Visit this page for information about submitting articles to Ex-Patt Magazine.
Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research (Center for Public Health Systems and Services Research)
NOTE: We are temporarily not accepting any submissions. Please check back at a later date.
The Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research on-line publication is no longer receiving financial support and has suspended operations. The editorial support for the publication is transitioning to an all-volunteer operation. Given the limited resources, the publication is not accepting manuscripts at this time. If this status changes, a notice will be posted on this webpage. Please send any questions to PHSSRCenter@uky.edu.
Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research features peer-reviewed articles that offer brief descriptions of preliminary findings from an ongoing or recently completed empirical study or quality improvement project that answers a question of importance regarding the organization, financing, and/or delivery of public health services; the structure, operation, and/or management of public health delivery systems; the application of quality improvement methods in public health settings; and/or the impact of these endeavors on population health. Findings must have the potential to guide future public health practice, health policy, and/or research. Frontiers is intended to provide quick access to actionable public health infrastructure research to improve public health practice at the state or local level. It is of use to practitioners, policymakers, and researchers.
Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research is a Gold-Level Open Access (Gold OA) journal. The articles are universally and permanently available, and there is no cost to readers, authors, or institutions. While some Gold-Level Open Access journals charge for publication, for Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research, these costs are supplied in part by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Kaleidoscope (The Office of Undergraduate Research)
Kaleidoscope, the University of Kentucky Journal Of Undergraduate Scholarship, is a refereed online journal published annually by The Office of Undergraduate Research at the University of Kentucky. The journal promotes the advancement of knowledge by publishing reports of the unique experiential endeavors of undergraduate students at the University of Kentucky. The journal accepts reports of all forms of creativity and scholarship by undergraduate students including, but not necessarily limited to: artistic and musical creations; creative writing and poetry; and reports of studies and search in the humanities, the social, natural, and medical sciences, agriculture, business, architecture, and engineering.
Kaleidoscope ceased publication in 2014.
Kentucky Journal of Higher Education Policy and Practice (College of Education)
The Kentucky Journal of Higher Education Policy and Practice (KJHEPP) is a scholarly research and practitioner-oriented online open access publication. KJHEPP provides a forum for regional, national, and international scholarship examining issues related to higher education practice, policy, law, and research. The Kentucky Journal of Higher Education Policy and Practice includes original submissions from college and university faculty, administrators, professionals, and emerging scholars.
Nomenclatura: aproximaciones a los estudios hispánicos (Hispanic Studies)
Nomenclatura: aproximaciones a los estudios hispánicos is an annual online, peer-reviewed, and indexed academic journal dedicated to interdisciplinary scholarship on the literary and cultural traditions of the Hispanic world. The journal is a graduate-student production of the Department of Hispanic Studies at the University of Kentucky and publishes original research in both English and Spanish on diverse aspects of the Hispanic world, ranging from the medieval period to the present.
Nomenclatura: aproximaciones a los estudios hispánicos is indexed on MLA Directory of Periodicals.
The Kentucky Review (University of Kentucky Libraries)
ISSN 0191-1030 (print)The Kentucky Review was a refereed journal published by the University of Kentucky Library Associates twice per volume. It ceased publication in 2003.
The VAD Journal (Heart Institute)
The VAD Journal is a multidisciplinary forum for all subspecialties in the field of mechanical assisted circulation and advanced heart failure. It is created with the purpose of enabling rapid dissemination of swift and unbiased reviews of new findings and ideas for all interested parties.
Articles published from 2014 to 2016 are listed below. Scroll down to the end of the page to see the articles published in 2017.
Volume 1, 2014/15Editorial
- Use of Social Media as a Virtual Community and Support Group by Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD) Patients
- Massive Pulmonary Embolism with Hemodynamic Compromise Successfully Treated with Veno-Arterial Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation
- Low-dose Vitamin K can Improve Warfarin Control in Patients on LVAD Support
- Damaging Cardiac and Cancer Genetic Variants in the LVAD Population
- Left Ventricular Assist Device as Destination Therapy
- What Did We Learn About VADs in 2014?
- Inotropes Are Not Linked to Increased Mortality in Heart Failure
- Inotropes Are Linked to Increased Mortality in Heart Failure
- Renal Replacement Therapy in Patients with Left Ventricular Assist Device: What do the Cardiologists Need to Know?
- Old School Still Has Merit: ECG as a Marker of Cardiac Recovery at Weaning from Mechanical Circulatory Support
- Successful Left Ventricular Assist Device Support in Patient with Bjork-Shiley Mitral Valve Replacement
- ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction in Patient with Left Ventricular Assist Device
- VeraFlo Negative Pressure Wound Therapy with Household Bleach for Refractory Driveline Infection in a Patient with Left Ventricular Assist Device
- Chronic Hemodialysis in a Patient with Left Ventricular Assist Device
- Chronic LDH Elevation after Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation
- Systemic candidiasis and cytomegalovirus infection in the setting of artificial cardiac device deployment
- Early Manifestations of Atrial Tamponade in a Patient Implanted with SynCardia Total Artificial Heart
- Old Dog, New Tricks - Usefulness of the ECG in Monitoring Acute Rejection Post Cardiac Transplantation
- Surgical Considerations of LVAD Implantation in Patients with Prosthetic Valves
- Commentary on "Systemic candidiasis and cytomegalovirus infection in the setting of artificial cardiac device deployment"
Volume 2, 2016Editorial
- Development and Pilot-Testing of a Patient Decision Aid for Left Ventricular Assist Device Placement
- Decrease in Driveline Infections with Change in Driveline Management Protocol
- Pulmonary Congestion (White Lungs) on VA ECMO
- Bleeding and Thromboembolic Events in Patients With HeartMate II Mechanical Circulatory Support
- A Protocol for Collecting Human Cardiac Tissue for Research
- Exploring Body Mass Index Changes in Left Ventricular Assist Device Patients
- Outcomes of external repair of HeartMate II™ LVAD percutaneous leads
- Caregiver Burden is Low Nine to Twelve Months after Ventricular Assist Device Implantation
- Adverse Events in Continuous-Flow LVAD Recipients: Gastrointestinal Bleeding is Still Notable?
- Tolerability of Intermittent Hemodialysis in a Cohort of Patients with Left Ventricular Assist Device
- Favorable Outcomes of LVAD as Bridge to Simultaneous Heart-Kidney Transplantation
- What Did We Learn about VADs in 2015?
- VA-ECMO in Cardiogenic Shock in Adults: Indications and Outcomes
- Incidence of Pump Thrombosis in HeartMate II during Destination Therapy
- Total Artificial Heart Imaging and Complications: a Pictorial Review
- Fulminant Necrotizing Eosinophilic Myocarditis: A Case Report and Comprehensive Literature Review
- Temporary And Durable Mechanical Circulatory Support For Single Ventricular Failure in an Adult
- Orthotopic heart transplant following implantation of a systemic ventricular assist device in a patient with congenitally corrected transposition of the great arteries and dextrocardia situs inversus totalis
- The Utility of Remote Hemodynamic Monitoring Devices in Patients with a Ventricular Assist Device
- Normal Lactate Dehydrogenase Does Not Exclude Pump Thrombosis in Left Ventricular Assist Devices
- Acute Appendicitis: A Potential Complication of Continuous-Flow Left Ventricular Assist Device Support
- Ligation of The Outflow Graft of The Left Ventricular Assist Device for Management of Hemolysis Due to Pump Thrombosis
- CardioMEMS™ in LVAD Patients: A Case Series
- The Utility of Perioperative Transesophageal Echocardiography after Left Ventricular Assist Device Implant: A Case Report
- Fever of Unknown Origin in Patient after Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation
Welcome to The University of Louisville Journal of Refugee & Global Health.
The University of Louisville Journal of Refugee & Global Health is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal fully-subsidized by the University, with no fees to access, submit, or publish content. This gives us a unique opportunity to offer an open-access journal that does not require (1) a fee for submitting or reading content, or (2) payment for authors to publish. We firmly believe that those practicing, researching, and studying refugee and global health should not be required to pay to publish or disseminate articles that inform the community about their work.
The journal was founded as a home for high-quality content, including original research, case studies, and editorials from experts in a wide range of disciplines - all designed to help inform practitioners, researchers, and students what’s happening in practice across the globe.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
The University of Louisville Journal of Respiratory Infections is a peer-reviewed journal which is fully subsidized by the University of Louisville. This allows us the unique opportunity to have a journal that does not require a fee for readers (open access) and does not require payment on behalf of the authors. We strongly believe that submitting investigators should not be required to pay for processing articles that highlight their research.
The journal combines cutting-edge original research with state-of-the-art reviews dealing with all aspects of respiratory infections and therapeutic interventions.
The journal dissemination of research and education is greatly enhanced with a combination of text, audio, images, animation, video and interactive content.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Welcome to the eBUG website!
The current eBUG Bylaws can be found under the "About this Journal" link, at the left.
We will be continuing to update this site with information from past conferences such as: meeting minutes, presentations, and programs. If you have content that you would like to contribute, please email it to one of the officers!
Ex Libris Bluegrass Users Group 2017 will be held on Friday, June 16, 2017 at the Knicely Conference Center on South Campus at Western Kentucky University. The Knicely Conference Center is located at 2355 Nashville Road, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 42101.
This year’s Keynote speaker is Norm Medeiros, he is the past president of ALCTS and he is currently the Associate Librarian at Haverford College (PA) where he oversees the collection management and metadata services division of the Libraries.
Call for Proposals: Presentation proposals are now being accepted; please submit them here by March 10, 2017!
Notification regarding acceptance of proposals will take place by March 31, 2017.
Presentations are being sought in relation to the use of Ex Libris products, such as Primo, Alma, Voyager, SFX, etc. We encourage proposals associated with any aspect of using these products, including those related to public services, library instruction, technical services, and systems.
Presentations should last approximately 45 minutes. Chosen presenters must agree to provide ELUNA and Ex Libris copies of their presentations for posting on their respective websites, if requested. Conference registration fees for presenters of accepted proposals will be waived.
Questions may be directed to the current eBUG officers.
Registration and payment information will be updated on the website by the end of April 2017.
**Please note: Smoking; it is Western Kentucky University policy that smoking is prohibited inside buildings and all other areas designated by no smoking signs.**
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE EDITORS
There are two major changes coming up in 2017 with the International Journal of Exercise Science. First, we are going from publishing quarterly to publishing bi-monthly. That will result in six issues per year rather than four. Also, we are going to start publishing papers as they are accepted rather than waiting to publish an issue "all at once." This will be great for our authors as their research will be in print sooner.
These are exciting changes, and they are due to the outstanding support of this journal from students and professionals worldwide. The Editors greatly appreciate your continued support of the International Journal of Exercise Science.
The primary aim of the International Journal of Exercise Science is to engage undergraduate and graduate students in scholarly activity as authors and reviewers as they develop into professionals. In accordance with this aim, on manuscript submissions it is mandatory that at least one author be a student that has played a prominent role in the overall study (see About IJES).
If you have any questions about the International Journal of Exercise Science, please email us at .
Click here for access to Conference Proceedings published by IJES.
The International Journal of Exercise Science publishes proceedings for a number of regional, national, and international conferences and meetings.
To simplify referencing as well as site navigation, we have assigned each conference or related organization its own “volume," and thus each year’s proceedings for that conference is an “issue." For example, The Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine is Volume 2, and then each of its conferences has its own issue number.
If you are affiliated with an organization that holds research conferences within Exercise Science or a related field, and you are interested in having the International Journal of Exercise Science publish your proceedings, then please contact us at this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
While our most recently updated volume is listed in its entirety below, here you can find additional links to recently published proceedings from our other chapters and organizations:
(2014) Texas Regional Chapter Proceedings - American College of Sports Medicine
(2013) Mid-Atlantic Regional Chapter Proceedings - American College of Sports Medicine
(2013) International Society of Exercise and Immunology Symposia Proceedings
Please note that all publications on the International Journal of Exercise Science Conference Proceedings site are abstracts, not full manuscripts. To see if a full research manuscript has been published from one of the abstracts on this site, we suggest that you contact the lead or corresponding author.
The International Journal of Faith Community Nursing (IJFCN) is the official journal of Faith Community Nurses International (FCNI). The primary aim of IJFCN is to support the practice of faith community nurses worldwide through publication of current research and best practices.
At this time we are accepting submissions for the upcoming Fall/Winter issue. If you have questions regarding submissions, please contact one of the editors. We look forward to working with authors and welcome your questions.
International Journal of Leadership and Change (IJLC) is a peer-reviewed electronic and paper journal dedicated to scholarly work that advances knowledge about leadership and transformative change around the globe, especially in educational or education-related environments. IJLC includes two divisions: 1) studies related to applied, clinical, or policy issues; and 2) studies related to leadership theory or research.
The journal's mission is to improve nonprofit education and leadership through the publication and dissemination of peer-reviewed manuscripts centered on professional practice, research, and theoretical discussions. Manuscript submissions are encouraged from authors inside and outside of academia
Special Announcement - New Publishing Partnership
The WKU Research Foundation and Sagamore Publishing, L.L.C. are pleased to announce a long-term publishing partnership. Sagamore Publishing has assumed all publishing and subscription management roles for the Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership. All previously published content is available through Sagamore to subscribers. The WKU Research Foundation will continue to oversee the editorial roles of the journal.
Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership (www.ejorel.com)
Special Announcement - New Publishing Partnership (May 27, 2015)
We are pleased to introduce Sagamore Publishing LLC as the new publisher of the Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership. This new publishing partnership includes Sagamore Publishing LLC, the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE), the Western Kentucky University Research Foundation (WKURF), and the Wilderness Education Association (WEA). Access to the JOREL content has been transferred to the website maintained by Sagamore Publishing LLC. Thank you for supporting this publication and we look forward to continued relationships with our subscribers and authors.
Please note this site is no longer being updated. All matters related to the journal (manuscripts, subscriptions, etc.) should be directed to Sagamore Publishing at the following url:
Manuscript Submission Categories
- Regular Papers: (a) quantitative and/or qualitative research findings & (b) conceptual or theoretical discussions
- Essays, Practices, and Commentaries: critical essays; best practices; and commentaries related to philosophies, historical perspectives, policies, pedagogy, or reviews of outdoor education and leadership.
- Research Notes: research studies presented in a condensed format or research studies which: (a) extend the understanding of a previous research study, (b) comment on prior research, (c) provide a methodological contribution, and (d) replicate or fail to replicate reported results.
The journal's mission is to improve outdoor recreation, education, and leadership through the publication and dissemination of peer-reviewed manuscripts centered on professional practice, research, and theoretical discussions.
The Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership encourages manuscript submissions from authors inside and outside of academia.
To contact journal staff, please visit the About this Journal page.
Kentucky Teacher Education Journal: The Journal of the Teacher Education Division of the Kentucky Council for Exceptional Children
Kentucky Teacher Education Journal
The purpose of the Kentucky Teacher Education Journal (KTEJ) is to provide a forum for the dissemination of original research, critical issues, information and ideas concerning teacher preparation to advance instruction for educators of exceptional and gifted children, for a positive impact on the education of students with and without disabilities. This journal has a focus of national, regional and state perspectives and research related to teacher education issues in special education and gifted education.
Robert Penn Warren Studies (Robert Penn Warren Collection)
Robert Penn Warren Studies, which publishes critical explorations of the life and works of Robert Penn Warren and his friends, colleagues, and students, invites submissions for the journal's forthcoming edition. For this issue, we are particularly interested in pieces that address Warren and his associates' legacy, either through their literary production or in their approach to teaching literature. Formerly known as rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies, the journal is an annual peer-reviewed publication of the Center for Robert Penn Warren Studies and Western Kentucky University. Founded in 2001, Robert Penn Warren Studies has featured articles on the "restored" edition of All the King's Men, memoirs from Warren's children, and numerous pieces drawing connections between Warren's work and other authors, from Coleridge and Dostoyevsky to Styron and Ashbury. In its new incarnation, RPW Studies is moving to an online format, and we welcome contributions that take advantage of our new electronic medium.
Call for Papers: Robert Penn Warren Studies
Robert Penn Warren Studies, which publishes critical explorations of the life and works of Robert Penn Warren and his friends, colleagues, and students, invites submissions for the journal’s forthcoming edition. For this issue, we are particularly interested in pieces that address Warren and his associates’ legacy, either through their literary production or in their approach to teaching literature.
Formerly known as rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies, the journal is an annual peer-reviewed publication of the Center for Robert Penn Warren Studies and Western Kentucky University. Founded in 2001, Robert Penn Warren Studies has featured articles on the “restored” edition of All the King’s Men, memoirs from Warren’s children, and numerous pieces drawing connections between Warren’s work and other authors, from Coleridge and Dostoyevsky to Styron and Ashbury. In its new incarnation, RPW Studies is moving to an online format, and we welcome contributions that take advantage of our new electronic medium.
Our interest extends beyond Robert Penn Warren’s own work to the work of those authors and scholars who formed part of Warren’s circle, including but not limited to R.W.B. Lewis, Cleanth Brooks, Allen Tate, John Crowe Ransom, Lewis P. Simpson, Ralph Ellison, Eudora Welty, and Katherine Anne Porter. Similarly, our call for papers extends beyond critical essays and reviews and encompasses relevant memoirs and reminisces, primary and archival materials, work dealing with writers important to Warren or about whom he himself wrote, bibliographic materials, and criticism and commentary in the spirit of Robert Penn Warren. We also strongly encourage pedagogical reflections that examine the way that Warren’s creative work and critical legacy continue to hold relevance in the classroom.
Contributors should submit manuscripts electronically to in MLA format. Previously unpublished work will be given first priority; however, previously published work may be accepted on an individual basis. For more information, please contact Mark D. Miller, Editor, , or Ted Hovet, Managing Editor, . More information on Warren Studies at Western Kentucky University can be found at http://www.wku.edu/rpw/.
Sierpinski’s Square (Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky)About The Journal
Gatton Academy students excel in far more than STEM fields. Sierpinski’s Square was founded in the spring semester of 2015 by Gatton Academy students Courtney George (’15) and Hayden Justice (’16) to provide a forum for profound written analyses within the humanities. Sierpinski’s Square is a journal that parallels the town square -- a place where current Gatton Academy students can share ideas developed in their humanities classes.
Original poetry, short stories, literary analyses, audio items, visual art, and/or quirky application essays are accepted for consideration. A call for submissions goes out each spring semester to currently-enrolled Gatton Academy students.
The next call for submissions will go out to current Gatton Academy students in the Spring semester 2017.
The Student Researcher: A Phi Alpha Theta Publication collects the best of Western Kentucky University's undergraduate and graduate History research papers. Students submit individual papers that are reviewed by faculty and edited before final publication.
Faculty Advisor: Selena Sanderfer