Publishing Your Research

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Publishing your research is an important aspect of your graduate career, especially if you are planning for a career in the academy. Some sessions will focus specifically on particular fields, while others will be applicable to students in all areas of study.

Even if you are just starting your graduate career and are not yet ready to publish, it is a great idea to check out these sessions so that you can be prepared when the time comes.

For help with your writing and editing processes, be sure to check out our list of writing resources over here (under "Academic Writing").


Sessions in this track include:

A Forum with Journal Editors in the Natural Sciences and Engineering 

Join journal editors and deputy editors in the natural sciences and engineering for a discussion centered on how to identify the most appropriate journal for your work, how to write for that journal, and the submission and revision process — including how to understand and respond to revise-and-resubmit requests.

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A Forum with Journal Editors in the Social Sciences and Humanities 

A panel of journal editors and deputy editors in the social sciences and humanities will discuss how to identify the most appropriate journal for your work, how to write for that journal, and the submission and revision process — including how to understand and respond to revise-and-resubmit requests.

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Revising Your Dissertation and Publishing Your First Book 

Join a panel of UC Press editors as they discuss the process of turning your work into a successful book proposal. Other topics addressed will be the ways to identify and approach appropriate presses with your proposal, potential timelines to publication, and the editing and revision process.

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