Ohio State University Journal of Politics & International Affairs

The Ohio State University Journal of Politics & International Affairs is looking for submissions for the upcoming journal. JPIA is a student-run journal that publishes papers written by undergraduate students in the areas of Political Science, International Studies, Economics, Public Affairs, Sociology, and related fields. Publication in the Journal is an opportunity to reach a wider audience outside of the class, as well as a learning experience through the editing and feedback process. The journal seeks to publish high quality papers that address current events and relevant subjects in the area of politics and international affairs. Ideal submissions are both informative and argumentative, with well-developed theses and strong mechanics.The Journal typically publishes original research, theses, and essays written for upper-level courses although all majors and class ranks are invited.

If this opportunity is of interest to you,  submit a paper for publication on our website. The deadline is March 2, 2018, and submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis. Click here for submission guidelines.

ARCHIVE Editorial Board

Each Spring, ARCHIVE, the History Department’s annual journal, showcases exemplary undergraduate historical work. As a member of the editorial board, you would have the opportunity to select the pieces that will be featured in the Spring 2018 volume and work directly with an author to edit and publish their essay. You also will gain experience in digital and print publishing. Applications are due Friday, October 15th

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Please write Hilary Miller, ARCHIVE’s Editor-in-Chief, at hmiller7@wisc.edu with any questions or concerns.

The Wisconsin International Review (WIRe) writing opportunity

The Wisconsin International Review is UW’s premier foreign policy magazine. We are dedicated to providing Wisconsin students the opportunity to write on any topic of interest related to current affairs around the world. The WIRe serves as a platform to publish original pieces from students interested in foreign, economic, environmental, national security policy, and more. Check us out at the thewire.wisc.edu!

We are currently accepting writer applications for the upcoming year! Writing for the WIRe only requires writing two articles per semester, each at least 450 words on any topic related to international relations and/or foreign policy. The application should not take longer than 30 minutes and is due at 11:59 PM on Saturday, September 30th.  To apply, visit: https://tinyurl.com/wire2017

We at the WIRe look forward to reading your applications and future articles! If you have any questions, email thewireuw@gmail.com

Wisconsin International Review

The Wisconsin International Review, a student-run, student-driven online magazine and registered student organization, has recently published the second episode of their podcast, TheWIReCast. The podcast is a discussion of Brexit and its causes and consequences. Click here to view the podcast. All students are welcome to submit their work and join the Wisconsin International Review team as writers or contributors. They are always looking for fresh ideas and perspectives on trending and under-reported international topics.

Yale Undergraduate Journal of Economics and Politics

The Yale Undergraduate Journal of Economics and Politics, is a new interdisciplinary publication from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.  They publish articles related to economics and political science, and seek submissions from academics, professionals and students from around the world. The editorial board is currently in the process of soliciting pieces for the inaugural edition, to be released in November of this year. Continue reading

How Being a High Achiever Might be Holding You Back

Last week, we shared with you the implications of being “too busy”. This article, “How Being a High Achiever Might be Holding you Back” by UW-Madison senior Sai Suraj Kandukuri. Ask yourself: Are you focused on too many things? Do you constantly feel as if you’re fighting to multi-task more than you think is reasonable? Sai shares his insights and offers valuable strategies to combat stress and maintain high achievement! Continue reading