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African Demography Working Paper Series (Population Studies Center)The African Demography Working Paper Series was published by the Population Studies Center (PSC) at the University of Pennsylvania between 1980-1989. In total there were 18 papers published in this series. The papers housed in this collection function as an archive of the work done by researchers affiliated with the PSC at the time of publication that were involved in research related to African Demography.
CUREJ - College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal (College of Arts and Sciences)
Our Commitment to Research
The University of Pennsylvania was founded on the principle of uncompromising scholarship and its practical application. True to this tradition, the University has long been recognized as one of the nation's leading research institutions. Penn's College of Arts and Sciences is proud to be among the first to formally support and encourage its undergraduate students to participate in meaningful research with faculty mentors. The College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal presents a sampling of that research and celebrates the academic achievements of our young scholars.
Researcher: Amelia Duffy-Tumasz
Topic: Credit and Co-Wives : exploring empowerment in Senegal
Researcher: Michael J. Gertner
Topic: The role of norepinephrine in spatial reference and spatial working memory.
Researcher: Joseph L. Dela Pena
Topic: Otaku: Images and Identity in Flux
Digital Proceedings of the Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age (Penn Libraries)
The Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age is organized by the Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image (SCETI) in partnership with the Free Library of Philadelphia. It brings together scholars from around the world and across disciplines to present research related to the study of manuscript books and documents produced before the age of printing and to discuss the role of digital technologies in advancing manuscript research. Whether relying on traditional methods of scholarship or exploring the potential of new technologies, the research presented in these proceedings highlights the value of the manuscript book or document in understanding our intellectual heritage.
For more information on the symposium, go to http://www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/lectures/ljs_symposium.html.
The symposium is made possible thanks to the generous support of Library overseers Lawrence J. Schoenberg and Barbara Brizdle. For more information on Schoenberg Collection and the Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts, go to http://www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/lectures/ljs_symposium.html and http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/schoenberg/index.html.
Graduate Studies Journal of Organizational Dynamics (Organizational Dynamics Programs)Graduate Studies Journal of Organizational Dynamics (GSJOD) publishes scholarly papers written by students of the Organizational Dynamics graduate studies program. Papers are encouraged across a broad range of approaches including qualitative, quantitative, field, laboratory, meta-analytic, descriptive, normative, case, theoretic, multi- and trans-disciplinary, and/or those that use combination methods of inquiry or commentary.
Submitted papers must meet the submission requirements and authors of accepted papers must complete an Author Agreement/Release.
Journal of Student Nursing Research (School of Nursing)
The Organization of Student Nursing Research (OSNR) is a organization at Penn that promotes awareness of current nursing research and encourage students to get involved in research, in a way that interests them. It is a forum for students to voice their views on current nursing-related topics and serve as an opportunity for students to publish their work in a student-run research journal--The Journal of Student Nursing Research (JOSNR).
We welcome all interested students to get involved in our organization as a regular member or to take on officer/editorship positions. It is a great opportunity to improve writing and editing skills and meet other students who are passionate about research and academia. If you are interested or have any questions, please e-mail us at .
Momentum is the undergraduate research journal of the Science, Technology and Society (STSC) program at the University of Pennsylvania. Begun in the spring semester of 2012, the journal seeks to showcase the wide variety of work done both by students in the STSC major and minor and by other students throughout the university whose work is related to our program.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Founded in 1991, the Penn History Review is a journal for undergraduate historical research. Published twice a year through the Department of History, the journal is a non-profit publication produced by and primarily for undergraduates. The editorial board of the Review is dedicated to publishing the most original and scholarly research submitted for our consideration. For more information about submissions, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Penn McNair Research Journal (McNair Scholars)
McNair Scholars participate in research training and scholarly experiences through the four modules and other related activities, which include performing research under the guidance of a faculty mentor, and attendance at professional meetings and national conferences.
Penn McNair Research Program students should complete this Author Agreement (PDF) and submit it with their thesis. Once received, the electronic version of the thesis will then be uploaded onto this site.
PSC Analytical and Technical Report Series (Population Studies Center)The PSC Analytical and Technical Reports Series was published between 1961 and 1974 at the Population Studies Center (PSC). In total there were 10 papers published in this series. The papers housed in this collection function as an archive of the work done by researchers affiliated with the PSC at the time of publication. The authors in this series were involved in research related to the analysis of census data on migration and urbanization in the United States and this work was funded by a Ford Foundation grant as well as assistance provided by the University of Pennsylvania.
Public Programs, Exhibition Lectures, and Symposia (Penn Libraries)
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics (Department of Linguistics)
The University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics (PWPL) are published by the Penn Graduate Linguistics Society, the organization of linguistics graduate students at the University of Pennsylvania.
PWPL publishes two volumes per year:
- Proceedings of the annual Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC)
- Selected Papers from New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV)
In addition, we publish an occasional volume of working papers written by students and faculty in the department.