Attention: Faculty, Extension and Academic Staff, Post-Docs, and Graduate students

Friday, March 17, 2023

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
This is an in-person event held at the Kellogg Center, Room 62


Do you have a great service-learning, informal science education, Extension program, or community-engaged research project but are not sure how to write it up for peer reviewed publication? Could you use some ideas and advice about how to frame your article, describe your engagement process, or incorporate community partner voices into your writing? Are you looking for just the right journal to publish your community work? If so, this full morning workshop is for you.
Together, we will explore what makes peer-reviewed publishing of community-engaged scholarship unique, consider the key elements needed for journal articles to be reviewed positively, and explore more than 35 interdisciplinary community engagement journals. With a focus on moving your own work from ideas to submissions, you will leave the workshop with practical tools and a plan to advance your own scholarly success. Writers of all levels are welcome. 
Due to the interactive nature of this workshop, it will not be recorded.

Sponsored by: University Outreach and Engagement; The Writing Center; Office for Faculty and Academic Staff Professional Development; The Graduate School