Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

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Journal NameDiscipline(s)Description
Valley Humanities ReviewHumanitiesFocus: literature, history, religion, philosophy, art, art history, foreign language, etc.
Submissions: undergraduates, recently undergraduate students; Chicago-style citation; essays, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, submissions are accepted September 1- December 15 – submit to
Indiana Review (IR)Published biannually (May & December) by Indiana University
Submissions: fiction, poetry, interviews, reviews, essays, visual art – online or by mail
Deadline: check site periodically for when submissions are open
Ezra: An Online Journal of TranslationPublished biannually (fall & spring) by Roger Williams University
Submissions: poetry, short prose, translations – online submissions only
Into the Teeth of the WindPublished multiple times/year (1-4 issues) by University of California, Santa Barbara
Submissions: poetry, art
Intersections- University of WashingtonPublished multiple times/year
Submissions: theses, research papers, seminar papers, essays
Deadline: submissions accepted year-round
Focus: Arts, humanities, social sciences
Skipping StonesIssues: 5 bimonthly issues (during the school year)
Submissions: poems, stories, photographs, articles – see guidelines/suggestions for Adult submissions
The Jump (Journal for Undergraduate Multimedia Productions)Rolling submissions
Journal scope: All types of media
Competitive selection process (includes critiques from an editorial staff)
Submit to

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Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613

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Athletic Training & ACL Injuries

Andrea Baellow, an athletic training major, shares her experiences performing undergraduate research on the relation of the hip to ACL injuries and their prevalence in younger females. Her experiential education at High Point University was supported by the state of the art Human Biomechanics & Physiology Lab, where she could apply what she has learned with hands-on experience.