January 30th, 2018
4:30-6:00 pm
D.G. Ivey Library


You can get published! Insider tips for undergraduate writers

A panel discussion featuring editors of refereed and undergraduate journals from across the disciplines.

Do you have a paper you are proud of?

Would you like to find a wider audience for it?

Join us for advice from New College professors and student editors who have experience shepherding academic writing to publication in a variety of media.

Register now!


Priscilla Chan
Human Biology graduate 2017
Editor-in-chief (2016-17) of The Interneuron, a quarterly online neuroscience magazine

Caleigh Inman
Equity Studies student
Editor of Knots: An undergraduate journal of disability studies

Bill Ju
Associate Professor, Human Biology Program
Non-traditional media enthusiast

Bonnie McElhinny
New College Principal
Founding co-editor of Gender and Language, Associate Editor of the Journal of Sociolinguistics, editorial board member of six other journals and presses.

Melanie Newton
Director of Caribbean Studies
Author of The Children of Africa in the Colonies: Free People of Color in Barbados in the Age of Emancipation, editorial board member of the journals Small Axe and British Studies.

Co-sponsored by the D.G. Ivey Library and the New College Writing Centre.
For more information, contact newcollege.writingcentre@utoronto.ca
All students are welcome.

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Are you a New College student or enrolled in a New College program?

This event is open to all students who are curious about getting their work published in academic journals. If you are a student from another University, please let us know where you're from: