What's in it For YOU?

  1. Impress future employers with a published writing sample

  2. Improve your writing and experience a unique,authentic, and personalized publishing process by collaborating with a team of trained student editors 

  3. Market your scholarly or creative work by being featured in the journal and on our social media platforms

  4. Consolidate your Conference  presentation into an effective and accessible summary for the public audience 

  5. Build critical communication skills by working with an editorial team

 

Each author’s project will be published in a digital format. The Made in Millersville Journal will be available online for viewing to students, faculty, and the public. Additionally, you will be invited to attend the unveiling and presenting of the digital Journal at the Spring 2019 Made in Millersville conference. You will also receive a link to your digitally published article so you can view your finalized and published project. Undergraduate publication opportunities can be somewhat of rarity. By taking full advantage of this chance, authors can boost their appeal to the job market and/or graduate schools. Finally, working with the MIMJ team offers authors the unique, valuable experience of working in close collaboration with editors who provide personalized assistance, creating a working environment that mirrors publication processes beyond the undergraduate level. Check out testimonials from previous years below!

Ask our Past Authors:

Ashley Orehek

 I published with the Journal because I wanted to tell more on the story of the poster I created for Made in Millersville 2016. The poster can only tell so much; it is the journal article where one can go into specific details that might be obvious. My journal article was in conjunction of an independent research project through the department of earth sciences. I recommend it for any student. It’s great practice for writing specific articles, or any article for that matter!

Ashley Jumbelick

So there was one really big reason for which I wanted to be published in the Made in Millersville Journal. As a child, I always loved writing and a life long dream of mine was to be published. I am so happy that my dream came true so early in my life because of this Journal. Again, thank you so much for the endless opportunities your organization provides.

Eugene Thomas

I wanted to publish with the Journal because I waned to incorporate a new perspective about the black man. I wanted to challenge the stereotypes associated with black life and hip-hop. I wanted to open the door to align hip-hop with an intersectional framework so that I could help others understand that black men can be vulnerable. I just felt that it was necessary to incorporate a way that sees the black man as both vulnerable and masculine.

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