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Publishing scholarship in Fisher Digital Publications
Publishing your work as an undergraduate is a great way to enhance your portfolio or resume and contribute to knowledge within the scholarly community. Are you an undergraduate that is interested in publishing your best scholarship in Fisher Digital Publications (FDP)? There are several different ways you may publish your work:
- Submitting your work to a SJFC student journal:
- Verbum:published by the Religious Studies Department Club at the end of each semester
- The Undergraduate Review : published by the Honors Program, featuring scholarship from undergraduate students representing any discipline
- Publishing capstone projects or major papers/presentations through an upper-level class:
- Many professors work with FDP staff to ensure students' best scholarship is represented in FDP. If you're in an upper-level course (particularly a 400-level course), check with your professor or email email@example.com for more information.
- Publishing scholarship sponsored by a faculty member:
- FDP is a selective place to hold Fisher Scholarship, and generally includes work done by Fisher seniors, graduates, or faculty. To ensure that your work’s content is similar in nature, we ask that you work with a faculty member to review or vet your work. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.