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Journal of Suffolk Student Research is LIVE!

10 DECEMBER 2019 - SUE - RESEARCH

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Written by Jennifer Coe and Dr Rachel Grenfell-Essam.   

We are excited to announce that the University of Suffolk has recently launched a new student journal – the Journal of Suffolk Student Research.

What is the Journal of Suffolk Student Research?

The Journal of Suffolk Student Research is an online, open access, academic, peer-reviewed journal. It is dedicated to the publication of high-quality undergraduate and taught postgraduate student research undertaken by University of Suffolk students. It aims to showcase the most outstanding primary or secondary data analysis student research undertaken at the University of Suffolk. We want to promote and recognise the exceptional student research undertaken by our students by offering valuable early experience of academic publishing and the peer review process. The journal will be open to the public with the aim of providing engaging content for a non-specialist readership. In addition, an annual graduate conference will be held to coincide with the publication of the journal volume. Student research accepted by the Journal of Suffolk Student Research will be showcased. In addition, students who have conducted high-quality research at the University of Suffolk will also be invited to present their work. The inaugural conference will be held in early 2021 at the University of Suffolk and will be open to the public.

 

Who runs the journal?

The Journal of Suffolk Student Research has two Executive Editors, Jennifer Coe and Dr Rachel Grenfell-Essam. We founded the journal and are both members of staff within the School of Social Sciences and Humanities. Jennifer Coe is the Psychology Technician and is also studying for her PhD. She has published a case study on action research and has also acted a reviewer for student journals. Dr Rachel Grenfell-Essam is a Senior Lecturer and has published a number of journal articles in high impact, international, peer-reviewed journals and acted as a reviewer for various academic journals.

Where can I find out more information?

If you would like to find out more about the journal please visit the journal’s website. There is also a dedicated email address for any enquires: suffolkjournal@uos.ac.uk

If you are a current or recent graduate of the University of Suffolk and have a final year or Masters dissertation or research project which used primary or secondary data analysis then we would encourage you to consider submitting your research to our journal. We recommend that you visit the journal’s website and in particular read the documents we have created specifically for authors, which can be found within the “Author Information” section. You may wish to also sign up to our mailing list to keep up-to-date with news and information about the journal.

If you are a member of staff at the University of Suffolk and are interested in finding out more about becoming a reviewer we would be delighted to add you to our growing number of reviewers. We would encourage you to visit the journal’s website and in particular read the documents we have created specifically for reviewers, which can be found within the “Reviewer Information” section. You may wish to also sign up to our mailing list to keep up-to-date with news and information about the journal.

If you are a member of public and are interested in finding our more about the Journal of Suffolk Student Research or would be interested in signing up to our mailing list, we would encourage you to visit the journal’s website. There is specific information we have created for readers, which can be found within the “Reader Information” section.

The Journal of Suffolk Student Research Executive Editors: Jennifer Coe and Dr Rachel Grenfell-Essam look forward to hearing from you.

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