The John Quincy Adams Society, in partnership with The National Interest is hosting an essay contest. Winners get published in The National Interest and get a significant cash prize; additionally, the first twenty entrants get a free subscription to The National Interest. More information, rules, and instructions for participation are available on their website.
Sifting & Winnowing: the Wisconsin Undergraduate Polisci Journal is currently recruiting submissions. They are looking for pieces that are relevant to topics in law, political science or public policy. Submissions are welcome from students of all grades and majors.
Please submit all pieces in a double-spaced format, Microsoft Word .doc format. If possible, please follow the Chicago style and include endnotes, as well as works cited section. Sifting and Winnowing prefers pieces within the range of 8 to 30 pages.
Please email questions and submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of the email, please include the following information: Your name, academic majors, and graduation date, piece title, topic, and a short summary.
Cornell International Affairs Review (CIAR) is an undergraduate organization at Cornell University dedicated to increasing awareness of and encouraging conversation about international affairs. They are currently accepting submissions through February 12, 2017 for their Spring 2017 issue.
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.
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
The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently accepting submissions for its Fall 2016 issue. The journal is also recruiting editors and a layout designer for the Fall 2016 semester. Continue reading
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
Political Science aims to celebrate students and their accomplishments. Check out this article “Letter to the Editor” from UW-Madison senior Jonah Beleckis and his personal experience with culture on campus. If you have any stories or accomplishments you would like shared, please email us at email@example.com!
Submit Your Work To Illumination! Now Accepting Prose, Poetry, Essays and Art. Illumination is a student publication that is building the next big thing for undergraduate work in the humanities. Help make it possible. Continue reading
The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently accepting submissions for its Spring 2016 issue. Continue reading