Explorations, the undergraduate research journal at Texas A&M, is calling for proposals. The journal, now in its fifth year, typically accepts only 10 to 15% of submissions, so publication is highly competitive.
The journal’s readers include A&M students, faculty, and staff, as well as prospective students and parents, so hopeful authors should present their work in a manner suited for a broad, general audience. Submissions are welcome from any discipline and can include a variety of genres, such as laboratory research, engineering projects, literary analysis, or educational research.
Students should submit a proposal of no more than 250 words by noon on February 14th. Learn more about the submission requirements here.