Intersections: Journal of Asia Pacific Undergraduate Research
Inaugural print published spring 2023.
"Intersections: Journal of Asia Pacific Undergraduate Research" is an interdisciplinary journal that was established for students and alumni with a research focus on Oceania and Asia Rim. Accepting any research method or approach of Oceania or Asia Rim. The purpose of the journal is to provide students support in the publication process. The outcome is for students to feel confident to publish their rigorous scholarship through positive and cooperative mentorship. Intersections will be published annually in early spring.
Intersections has an editor, assistant editor, and editorial committee with official partnerships with the Reading Writing Lab, Joseph F. Smith Library, and the Undergraduate Research Conference.
- RWL will provide weekly 1:1 tutors to the scholar.
- RWL will provide the same tutor to the scholar weekly; this will reduce conflicting recommendations regarding the structure and content of the manuscript.
- RWL will provide the editor with scholar timesheets with the tutor.
- Editor will communicate with the tutor on progress and areas that editor and/or the library may help the scholar.
- Scholars will share their work with the librarian developing synopsis, research, and literature review.
- Librarian will assist scholars with database research and guidance on general and specific research.
- Zoia Falevai’s “Just Write” monthly workshops held on the first and third Wednesday will also help scholars to synthesize sources and help with references.