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Student Scholarly and Creative Work

The process of performing first author responsibility during the entire publication process from submission, through reviews and resubmission, and on to final acceptance, provides unique and valuable professional training. 

It is expected that Ph.D. students will engage in scholarly and creative works during the program.  Students are encouraged to discuss publication/creative work ideas with their advisors each year, and consider submitting, publishing, and presenting multiple papers and/or creative works throughout their time in the program.  The CUIN department believes scholarly and creative work can be demonstrated in a variety of ways such as the following examples:

  • Publications
  • Presentations
  • Creative work
  •  Grants
  • Research proposals
  • Book reviews
  • Editorial contributions