UNR Branch of NSURJ Completes Training

On Saturday, August 23rd, NSURJ’s branch at the University of Nevada-Reno completed junior editor training. Senior co-editors met with junior editors to review submissions, editing, referees, and publications. The Director of Student Engagement, Sandra Rodriquez, and Assistant Director, James Beattie, provided an overview of the importance of research and NSURJ’s role in the years to … Read more

The NSURJ Review Process

Student on computer

How does a paper become an article? After submitting, the senior co-editors review a submitted paper to determine if it is appropriate for the journal. If it doesn’t fall within the scope of the journal, the paper will be rejected. If it is appropriate, the paper becomes a manuscript and is passed to the junior … Read more

Get Involved

Honor Court

Are you interested in working with NSURJ?  The following positions are volunteer-based and may require training. Junior Editor Qualifications: Junior editors are volunteer, undergraduate students enrolled in a NSHE university or college.  A junior editor should have a minimum of 45 credits toward their major with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. A junior editor … Read more

Starting Your Research

NSURJ Volume 1, Issue 1

Who to Contact If you are not currently in a lab or conducting research, look into the faculty at your college or university.  This may be easier done by searching specifically through a department.  Find what studies are currently being conducted that are within your interest.  After finding the study that you are most interested … Read more