DMV Student Journal Symposium for Literary and Research Publications

The DMV Student Journal Symposium for Literary and Research Publications is the first of a proposed annual symposium of undergraduate and graduate student-led journals. This event is a chance for anyone interested in student publications to engage in interactive workshops and roundtable conversations, hear from plenary speakers and student panelists, and connect with fellow university journals in the DC area. We hope to foster conversation on best editorial, leadership, and community practices and discover how to support student publications. Topics will include sustainable leadership, ethics, diversity, and navigating AI in submissions.

The symposium will be held in-person on Friday, April 26, 2024, 1:00-4:30 pm, at the National Churchill Leadership Center, Gelman Library, at the George Washington University’s Foggy Bottom Campus. The event is free; pre-registration is required.

Please see the full schedule and program below, which includes bios of participants and descriptions of participating journals.

Student Journal Symposium co-organizers:
Jaylee Davis, GW CCAS Class of 2024; Editor-in-Chief, GW Undergraduate Review
Dominique McIndoe, GW MPS in Publishing Graduate, Spring 2024
Amelia Nason, GW CCAS Class of 2027
John W. Warren, Director and Associate Professor, GW Graduate Program in Publishing

Organized and hosted by the Graduate Program in Publishing, College of Professional Studies, George Washington University, in partnership with GW Libraries and Academic Innovation.

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Attendance to the symposium is free-of-charge and open to all. In-person only.

Student Journal Symposium Program and Schedule (Coming Soon)

Student Journal Symposium Program and Schedule

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    GW Publishing