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Tad Schnaufer II, Editor in Chief, firstname.lastname@example.org
Juhi Kansra, Managing Editor, email@example.com
Submission Information (The wedsite is currently under revision)
Blind Peer Review Process: Please send ONE piece per submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. All identifying details will be removed by the designated email checker and sent out to the PGI Editorial Board. Once the submission has been reviewed, the designated email checker will connect the Editorial Board to the author for comments. If the necessary changes to prepare the piece to publication standards are beyond the interest or time constraints of the author, up to THREE submissions per academic year will be accepted, with a maximum of one publication.
Detailed Guidelines: Articles should not exceed 4000 words. Articles are subject to inclusion, publication, and editing at the discretion of the PGI Board. While there will be a fact-checking and review process, the author is ultimately responsible for factual accuracy and academic integrity.
Submissions should note the author’s name, concentration, email address, phone number, and byline (two line bio.) Articles should note the concentration within which the piece fits.
If your work does not fit any one concentration or is cross-concentrational, let us know and there will be a section dedicated to such pieces.
Deadlines for submission will be posted throughout the academic year: We will accept papers as we receive them through the academic year. Monthly, we will post articles online. At the close of the academic year, a selection of papers published online will be included in a hard copy journal. Submissions received after the semester has formally closed will be reviewed for the 2012-2012 academic year.
Your thoughts should be heard. Get your ideas out there: It is important to publish during grad school in order to establish you ideas in the field. Once you’ve published it is easier to be published again. Send us your work; research papers, book reviews, op-eds, interviews, photos (with substantive descriptive copy), preliminary thesis formulations, articles, etc. Pieces previously submitted as coursework should be tailored for general interest. The team of editors will work with you to improve your submission until it is ready for publication.
This journal is a chance for the voices of the students to be heard by future employer, colleagues, and donors. Let’s really submit our very best work.
PGI Release Party – Fall 2014