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Publication Registry

Publication Registry

  • This is a registry of HPU students who have published their scholarly work in a peer-reviewed journal either with a faculty mentor or as a solo author. If you have work that has been accepted for publication, please take just a minute to complete this form to help us track your good works. Congratulations for such a wonderful achievement!
  • If there is more than one student author, there is an opportunity to add information at the end of the form.
    Again- please include this information at the end of the form for additional authors.
  • If you have more than one major, please select the major that reflects the topic of your work.
  • If you have had more than one mentor please select the mentor you worked with most on preparing for publication.
  • IF there are other mentors or additional co-authors you may include them here. Please note their roles.
  • If the publication is still in press, just put (in press) in place of the date. We will ask you to update the publication date.
  • This is your opportunity to share additional information with us that did not fit the format of the form.
  • Thank you for completing this form. You should receive an email confirming your submission. If not, contact Dr. Joanne Altman in the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works: urcw@highpoint.edu

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

Phone: 336-841-9613
Email: urcw@highpoint.edu

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