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Submit an Article

HUGS Research Magazine welcomes articles on research topics of specific topical interest as well as those of broad multidisciplinary appeal.

Articles should run about 750 words in length, but can be shorter or longer depending upon the content.

Articles that are accompanied by images or photos are greatly encouraged.

In addition to articles on research topics, submissions on new courses, events, workshops, awards, and other general information will also be considered for publication.

Submission format information:

  1. All articles must be sent by e-mail to hugs@hugsresearch.org.
  2. In your email, please put the text word: 'ARTICLE' - followed by your article's title in the subject line.
  3. Paste the text of the article into the body of the email message.
  4. Also be sure to include the title, author’s name, graduate school program and your status: faculty member or student.
  5. Attach any photos or images to the email. Graphics should be in .jpg, .gif or .png formats.
  6. Be sure to include preferred email address, day and evening telephone numbers, and a short bio of the writer.
  7. Be sure to SPELL CHECK EVERYTHING.

HUGS Research Magazine will make every effort to read submissions promptly.   If your article is accepted for publication, you will be contacted by our editor.

Submit Your Research Link

HUGS Research Magazine and Graduate School Research Archive only accepts links to peer-reviewed research articles for posting to our archive section.

Use the "Submit Your Research" button found on your Graduate Program's home page.

You might ask, "Why only peer-reviewed research links?" In academia, the goal of peer review is to assess the quality of a research article. When you submit a research article to a peer-reviewed journal or organization, the research is thoroughly reviewed by researchers in the same field. Because these researchers specialize in the same scholarly discipline as the author, they are considered the author’s peers and hence the term, “peer review”.

The process and method of review varies widely across disciplines. HUGS Research Magazine cannot review or vouch for the validity of research content.

But because a peer-reviewed journal will not publish articles that fail to meet the standards established for a given scholarly discipline, articles that have completed the peer-review process are considered to uphold "best-practice" standards of a given field.

For these reasons HUGS Research Magazine uses these standards as a base-line criteria for research links posted to this site.

Looking for a peer-reviewed journal for your research? PAIS International publishes a comprehensive multi-discipline list of more than 800 peer-reviewed journals.   See it HERE.

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