So what does it take to get published in the
Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review? The
Editorial Board and professional referees only accept papers that meet the
Scholarly Form: The paper must be well
written and conform to the writing conventions of the field in which it is
written. While it should be obvious, grammar and spelling errors
should be sparse if at all existent in your paper.
Depth of Analysis: The paper must cover
the topic it addresses comprehensively.
Originality: The paper must contribute
to the existing body of knowledge surrounding its topic. Literature
reviews or rehashing of conventional viewpoints and facts do not meet this
No formal page or word requirements exist; however, submissions shorter than 10
double-spaced, single-sided pages do not generally demonstrate a depth
sufficient for publication. While authors from any academic institution located
anywhere in the world may submit papers, The
Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review is an English-language journal and only
publishes English-language submissions.