Thursday, April 3, 2014

JFK University Celebration of Scholarship Call for Submissions

Celebration of Scholarship 2014

Call for Submissions 

It's time to celebrate your work at the eighth annual Celebration of Scholarship! Each year, JFK University honors faculty, students, alumni and staff who have made a scholarly, creative, or service contribution in their field. Our eighth annual Celebration of Scholarship will be held on Wednesday, May 21st. We'll honor selected JFK University community members at a dessert reception with a certificate of recognition. Additionally, the list of contributions will be available at the celebration and on the JFK University Libraries website. Works owned by the Libraries will be on display at the Robert M. Fisher Library. Help us continue the tradition of recognizing JFK University scholarship by submitting your work!

For consideration: Submissions published, presented, or shown between January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013 will be considered for recognition. Submissions honored at last year's event will not be eligible. Evidence of your work should be provided as an APA citation including links where applicable. All citations are verified and reviewed by the Celebration of Scholarship committee. 

Submission form: Fill out the online submission form today! Submissions are being accepted through May 2, 2014.

Types of work recognized: Works representing a scholarly, creative, or service contribution will be considered. Examples include journal or edited newsletter and magazine articles; books or book chapters, including selected works and creative contributions such as poetry or artwork; conference presentations, posters, panels or workshops; curated and juried art exhibits, including artwork, exhibition guides, and digital objects created as part of exhibits; works and performances; projects supported by grant or endowment funding; creation of or contributions to online publications, blogs or websites; awards or recognition from professional associations or other bodies for contributions to your field; and more!
Questions and comments? Please contact Laraine Hilgers at

APA Citation Help

Get help with APA: Remember to use the most current style guide: The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association is now in its 6th edition. Additionally, an in depth update has been published for use with electronic resources.

For a quick review of common citation types, see our handy citation guide. Additionally, you may visit the JFK University Libraries or Academic Support Center websites, or contact a reference librarian at your branch library.

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