Can I submit papers from class? Yes.
Please discuss the submission with your professor first, and list the professor as your professional advisor when submitting your paper. (See the Submission Guidelines for more information on professional advisors.)
Does it have to be a science or engineering research paper? No.
Discussions accepts submissions from all fields. This includes all of the humanities and liberal arts. Does it have to be based on an experiment Iíve done? No.
Although papers about experimental research are certainly accepted, so are review articles and scholarly essays.
Can I report on research Iím doing in someone elseís lab? Yes.
However, your principal investigator must approve your submission. Please list the principal investigator as your professional advisor when submitting your paper. (See the Submission Guidelines for more information on professional advisors.) What if I'm not an undergraduate? Can I submit a paper that I wrote when I was an undergraduate? No.
Discussions only accepts submissions from current undergraduates.
What if I don't go to Case? Can I submit?
Yes. Discussions accepts submissions from all undergraduates, from any college or university.
Can I submit a paper thatís already been published in another journal? Maybe.
Most journals have guidelines regarding exclusive printing rights. Discussions respects all such guidelines, and will not print a submission in violation of another journalís restrictions.
What if my paperís in a foreign language? Thatís perfectly all right.
Please see the Submission Guidelines for information regarding the submission of non-English language papers.
How do I join the editorial board? Please contact our current Editor-in-Chief, Nathan Kong, with your interest, area(s) of study, and any previous experience in research or publication.