Now Accepting Submissions for Spring 2017! – DUE FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2017
Authors must be a current full-time UO student at the time the manuscript was written, or a non-UO student conducting research at the UO or under a UO faculty member.
Submissions to this journal consist of two parts:
- Student-submitted manuscript, according to the specifications below. Submit online by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Endorsement by the manuscript’s faculty sponsor (i.e. professor or research adviser). With the submitted manuscript, students must indicate the name and email address of their faculty sponsor, who we will send a brief endorsement form. This form must be completed by the faculty sponsor in order for the manuscript to be considered for the Spring 2017 issue.
EACH MANUSCRIPT MUST INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
- Title page
- Abstract (1 paragraph, 250 words maximum)
- Bibliography/Works Cited
- Designation of citation style (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.)
- Brief author biography (~200 words) and non-UO email
- Name and email address of faculty sponsor
SUBMITTED MANUSCRIPTS MUST CONFORM TO THESE GUIDELINES:
- 8-25 pages, double-spaced
- 12-point Times New Roman
- 1″ margins, single column.
- Word format (.doc or .docx)
- In the case of creative works, an essay detailing the work’s composition, sources, performance, etc. is provided as the text, with the nontextual content provided as supplementary files.
- Citations and bibliography should conform to the standards of your discipline–MLA, APA, Chicago, etc. (In doubt? consult your faculty sponsor.)
- Avoid footnotes. However, if there is critical supporting text that does not fit in the main text flow, a footnote may be appropriate.
- Use of spell check and proofreading by a peer/faculty member are strongly recommended.
*WE WILL ACCEPT ONLY ONE SUBMISSION PER AUTHOR PER PUBLICATION CYCLE*
OUR Journal is committed to open access to scholarship: we use and require that authors grant to the public a Creative Commons Attribution-3.0 Unported License, though some articles have in the past been licensed under a slightly more restrictive CC-BY-ND. The author retains full copyright ownership. Others are free to redistribute the articles without additional permission if appropriately attributed.
All redistributed copies or derivatives of articles must indicate the article title, author(s), license type, journal name, and link to the canonical version of the article on the journal site. This requirement is satisfied by the article headers in complete unmodified copies of articles. For articles licensed under CC-BY, derivative works must include the above information, and in addition must clearly indicate ways in which the derivative work differs from the original.
Journal frontmatter is distributed under CC-BY, subject to the attribution requirement that the journal be credited by name and link to Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal for any uses beyond what would be allowed based on Fair Use.
Names and email addresses entered in the OUR Journal site are used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.