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ARC serves as a hub for alumni, students, faculty, and staff pursuing scholarly publications, presentations, and research.

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Scholarly Mixers

Good news! ARC has brought back our Scholarly Mixers! Casual Zoom get-togethers are held quarterly to help you find other scholars to publish and present with. Scholarly Mixers are open to NU alumni, students, staff, and faculty. 

February Scholarly Mixer

Thanks to those who attended our Scholarly Mixer on 2/28/24.

We had a great group and some excellent networking and discussions!

Please reach out to each other and to ARC for support.

We are excited to see your scholarly projects!

ARC Scholarly Mixer 5/30/24

Faculty, staff, alumni, and students:

Are you interested in collaborating with other scholars on potential academic publications and conference presentations?

Please join us for an ARC Scholarly Mixer on Zoom, Thursday 5/30/24 at 8:00 pm Eastern (5:00 pm Pacific).

At the mixer, you will learn about opportunities and network in small breakout rooms to chat with potential scholarly partners or groups about your research interests.  ARC can then help you to realize these scholarly dreams. Even if you’re just casually browsing, please do attend! It’s a fun and casual scholarly experience.

Zoom link will be provided soon.

Please email Dr. Maggie Broderick any time with questions or input: mbroderick@nu.edu

 

ARC

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Welcome to the Advanced Research Center (ARC)!

ARC serves as a hub for alumni, students, faculty, and staff pursuing scholarly publications, presentations, and research.

Why Publish or Present?

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What motivates scholars to publish or present their work?

Interest in the topic they pursue

Interest in doing scholarly research in general

Participating in the scholarly community

Connecting deeply with colleagues/scholars

Lifelong learning

Pride in their accomplishments

Building up their CV/resume

Career advancement

So much more!

Webinar on Publishing and Presenting from NU CTL

NU Library Resources on Publishing

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Visit the NU Library for detailed information and more resources on publishing your work.

Attend a Publishing in the Social Sciences: What Scholarly Journal Editors Want From You session presented by Tammy Ivins (Reference & Instruction Librarian), who has been a journal editor for two peer-reviewed publications. 

 

Contact ARC

Email Dr. Maggie Broderick any time to set up a consultation or to chat about your ideas and strategies for scholarly publications and presentations. mbroderick@nu.edu