We are proud to announce the Call for Papers for
the Sixth Annual
UCI Undergraduate Research Journal. The Journal publishes
a compilation of exceptional research papers submitted by UCI
students. Established to recognize the research achievements of
UCI undergraduates, the Journal provides students with
an opportunity to share their research with the University and
larger community. It also showcases the high-caliber research being
conducted at UCI in all schools and disciplines and reflects
University's dedication to undergraduate education. We invite you
to review previous issues of the Journal, now available
on the UROP Web site: www.urop.uci.edu/journal.html.
Undergraduate students who have completed a research
project between the Spring Quarter of 2002 and June 6, 2003 are
work for publication in the 2003 Journal. Manuscripts
must be typed and double-spaced and may be up to 25 pages in
including any relevant graphics. The manuscript should be submitted
with all supplemental application materials and forms. The
deadline for manuscript submission is Monday, June 30, 2003.
review and approval of your manuscript is required prior
We ask that you keep your faculty mentor updated
through all stages of manuscript preparation. After submission,
the UROP Student Editorial Board, comprised of undergraduates
all disciplines, will provide an initial review of the papers.
Guided by this review, the UROP Faculty Advisory Board will
papers to be published in the Journal.
The attached packet
includes the Journal
Application and Manuscript Submission Form plus handouts
regarding submission guidelines, how to get published, proper
writing style and how to finalize your submission to UROP.
The Journal is
sponsored by the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
(UROP) in the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE). If
you have any questions or need further clarification on the
please feel free to contact the UROP Office by phone: (949)
824-4189, or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
encourage your active involvement in undergraduate research
at UCI, and wish you good luck and continued success in all of
Dean, Division of Undergraduate Education
|Said M. Shokair