Monarch Review

Monarch Review

MU's Journal of Undergraduate Research & Creativity

Welcome to the Monarch Review, an annual publication showcasing the best of Methodist University's undergraduate research and creativity!

This student-run journal features work from all academic and artistic disciplines, ranging from life sciences to literary analysis, from photography to musical performances. Exceptional projects from every field are welcome.*

Undergraduates are invited to submit outstanding work to be considered for publication. Following the model of academic publications and art juries, each work is anonymously reviewed by two or more faculty members, and feedback is provided to the student scholars and artists. Student authors may be asked to make revisions to meet the journal’s standards and the requirements of their academic discipline.

If you would like to submit your work for consideration, please consult our Submissions Guidelines. For any remaining questions, do not hesitate to contact Managing Editor, Baylor Hicks (sbhicks@methodist.edu).

Mission Statement

Monarch Review is a Methodist University publication dedicated to recognizing the best of undergraduate research and creativity. By publishing student work in print and online, we showcase the scholarly and creative achievements of our students and, in so doing, foster our institution's culture of excellence.

Deadline for Submissions

Submissions are welcomed from October 1 through January 31.

Publication, both in print and online, takes place on or after November 1.


*To submit creative writing works, contact Christopher Gogo, the student editor of Tapestry at cgogo@student.methodist.edu.
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