Date of publication: 2017-09-06 06:39
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The Developing Economist is an Undergraduate Journal of Economics sponsored by the University of Texas Chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon, The International Honor Society for Economics. Our mission is to publish outstanding research in the field of Economics, Mathematics, Public Policy, Finance, and International Relations, while fostering scientific learning within the UT community. By providing a venue for publication, The Developing Economist hopes to provide visibility to undergraduate research and establish a dialogue between students of economics at various levels.
JUR is a peer-reviewed, undergraduate journal registered with the Library of Congress that accepts submissions of any subject, from any undergraduate institution. We receive hundreds of submissions for publication every year, from institutions ranging from small liberal arts colleges to international institutions. The review process for publication includes peer, graduate, and faculty referees, ensuring that the Journal publishes competitive material that follows the Journal’s standards for academic, creative, and passionate work.
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Explorations is a student-run journal guided by faculty and administrators that selects and publishes student-authored articles of general interest in any area. Articles are submitted in a two-stage process: first, proposals for articles are reviewed by faculty-student teams second, the resulting full-length articles undergo a second round of peer review. Acceptance to the journal is competitive—only 65-75 percent of submitted proposals are accepted. Recently published articles have been from a wide range of academic fields: music, creative poetry, forensics, cancer biology, astrophysics, nanomedicine, computer algorithms, business, geosciences, sociology, aerospace engineering, and cultural anthropology.
APA Research Style Crib Sheet
by Russ Dewey, Georgia Southern University
APA Rules and Reference formats. Excellent summary of rules for APA style - the style of writing specified in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
The Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research (CJUR) is a biannual publication that highlights work being done by undergraduates in all areas of academic research. CJUR publishes a variety of article types, including primary research, reviews, commentaries, and critiques. All submissions are reviewed by experienced graduate students.
The Review is intended and designed to be an effective research forum through which undergraduate students who are engaged in the analysis and practice of microfinance can share their work. Articles may consist of methodological research, quantitative or empirical studies, case studies, or literature reviews – all with a focus on undergraduate work. Articles maintain a high level of readability without sacrificing scholarly content.
Common Errors in English - List of Errors , More Errors ,
Other Commonly Misspelled Words , and Non-Errors
By Dr. Paul Brians, Professor of English, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
Based on Common Errors in English Usage: The Book.
Statistical test summaries (test name, p- value) are usually reported parenthetically in conjunction with the biological results they support. Always report your results with parenthetical reference to the statistical conclusion that supports your finding (if statistical tests are being used in your course). This parenthetical reference should include the statistical test used and the level of significance (test statistic and DF are optional). For example, if you found that the mean height of male Biology majors was significantly larger than that of female Biology majors, you might report this result (in blue) and your statistical conclusion (shown in red) as follows: