Celebration of West Point Scholars and Creators Call for Scholarship
The Office of the Dean and USMA Library seek submission of scholarship by cadets, faculty, and staff from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023 in order to be able to better promote and celebrate the contributions by USMA personnel to scholarly communication across all disciplines. Publication information will be compiled and shared by the Office of the Dean to celebrate the work of our cadets, faculty, and staff. USMA Library will also hold an event, hosted by the Dean, to profile and share selected new work with the West Point community this fall in the Haig Room in Jefferson Hall.
Please share your submissions of scholarship with a citation (Chicago Manual of Style 17th edition) to your USMA Library liaison by July 28, 2023.
Celebration of West Point Scholars and Creators Description of Eligible Works
The Celebration of West Point Scholars and Creators event honors members of the USMA community who have produced scholarly and creative works that have been accepted for peer-reviewed publication, exhibition, or other forms of public presentation.
Scholarly work may involve basic, applied, or pedagogical research that represents the intellectual work within a discipline. Such work should be peer-reviewed.
Creative work may involve original contributions in the fine, performing, literary, graphic, and digital arts. Such work should be accepted for exhibition or publication in appropriate professional venues.
Acceptable scholarly or creative work can take many forms. When presented, it should result in a product that reflects one’s professional and academic expertise. Specifically,
Examples of acceptable scholarly work include, but may not be limited to original work in the following forms:
Examples of acceptable creative work include, but may not be limited to original work in the following forms:
Examples of work that generally does not qualify for inclusion in the event, though may be eligible for deposit in the USMA Digital Commons include material that:
Step One: Format your submission in The Chicago Manual of Style (17th edition).
Step Two: Share your submissions of scholarship with your USMA Library liaison..
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