Hand Up with the Kennesaw Journal of Undergraduate Research: Learn How You Fit into Undergraduate Research

kjur-workshopUndergraduate research can give everyone a hand up in their careers through working as a team to get quality research published. It starts with a student and a mentor/teacher conducting the research, to peer-reviewers giving tips on improving the research, to editors and interns helping to get the research in tip-top shape before publication and marketing the research after publication. If you are interested in any aspect of undergraduate research at Kennesaw State University, there is a place for you and a perfect opportunity for you to learn more about getting involved. Join the Kennesaw Journal of Undergraduate Research team to learn more about how you can get involved in undergraduate research and give yourself and undergraduate research a hand up!

Day: Tuesday March 2, 2020
Time: 2pm - 3pm
Location: Virtually through Microsoft Teams (click on this link to access the workshop)


  • Dr. Amy Buddie, editor and internship supervisor for KJUR (Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research)
  • Christina Holm, editor for KJUR (Instruction Coordinator and Librarian Associate Professor of Library Science)
  • Dr. Suma Mallavarapu, faculty mentor for students published in KJUR (Associate Professor of Psychology)
  • Emily Jobe, former intern, associate editor, and published author in KJUR (B.A. in English from KSU)
  • Sarah Scott, current KJUR intern (Media and Entertainment major at KSU)
  • Heather Hankins, KJUR Digital Commons specialist (Repository & Publishing Specialist in the University Library)
  • Kelleigh Trepanier, KJUR reviewer (Associate Director of Program Evaluation, Burruss Institute of Public Service)

Note: This workshop is designed for anyone involved in undergraduate research. In the form below, let us know your role so we can tailor the workshop to your needs.