The Drew Review is the annual research journal for the undergraduates of Drew University’s College of Liberal Arts. Our mission is to showcase the intellectual vibrancy of CLA students.
The Drew Review accepts submissions on a rolling basis. We publish one edition annually in the spring.
Submissions must be nominated by a Drew faculty member using this Google Form. The nomination form asks faculty to provide some information about the paper and to upload the paper as a Word document.
Students interested in having a paper considered for publication should contact a faculty member — either from the relevant course or otherwise — to discuss the nomination process. (Check out the “Example of Student Email to Faculty” below.)
The Drew Review accepts papers in any language and from any discipline.
As part of the review process, the editorial board may ask the student to make revisions and, furthermore, may ask the faculty nominator for additional information about the paper.
For students interested in reaching out to a faculty member to discuss the nomination process, here’s an example of how to do that via email:
Hello, Professor Lloyd,
I am writing to you to request a nomination for The Drew Review journal. I believe that my paper titled “Mysteries of Neural Effects of Covid 19” from your Writing of Current Events class would make a meaningful contribution to the next issue. I would be willing to make any edits before submission if you find it fitting for The Drew Review. Otherwise, you can nominate the paper directly using the faculty nomination form:
Thank you so much and I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your time and consideration,
The Drew Review is a student-run publication, with members of the editorial board spearheading all aspects of soliciting, reviewing, and publishing noteworthy papers written by CLA students.
Members of the Editorial Board, Academic Year 2021-2022:
Professor Jens Lloyd and Professor Scott Morgan serve as faculty advisors. Faculty and students with questions about The Drew Review can contact Prof. Lloyd at firstname.lastname@example.org and Prof. Morgan at email@example.com
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Email your work to firstname.lastname@example.org