The University of Saskatchewan Undergraduate Research Journal is currently not seeking applicants for fall/winter 2017/2018 editorial board positions.

Please check again in March 2018 for fall/winter 2018/2019 editorial board positions.

Benefits of working on the journal

  • Establishing valuable connections with faculty and other students
  • Strengthening your editing and proofreading
  • Learning about the peer review process
  • Learning how to seek publication for your own work
  • Gaining experience and skills that can advance your future career and/or academics.
  • Former student editors say:
    • "I learned so much about the process of creating an academic journal. I had no idea what to expect . . . and was very pleased."
    • "Reading so many reviews was very helpful to shaping my own work and understanding what reviewers consider publishable work."
    • "Working on the journal has definitely given me valuable experience that can advance my future career."
    • "The experience of working on this journal made me feel like I was doing something 'real' and meaningful."

To learn more about editorial positions, please peruse Editorial Positions.

For more information, please contact Courtney Ballantyne and Katya Macdonald at usurj@usask.ca.