Texas URJ 2018-2019 Staff Application
The Texas Undergraduate Research Journal (URJ) is a work of multi-disciplinary research entirely produced and edited by UT Austin undergraduates, hosted by the Undergraduate Writing Center in the College of Liberal Arts. The Journal is published annually, circulated across campus, and housed in the Library of Congress. In addition to our annual publications, we plan and host several campus events and maintain an online blog throughout the year.

The Journal is looking to fill editors and directors positions for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Editors are primarily responsible for the publication of the Journal each year. Editors solicit research article submissions from undergraduates, contacting faculty for review, and editing selected article submissions. Editors also promote undergraduate research by creating blog posts and interviews for our website.

Directors are responsible for developing the Journal's campus presence. Directors work with university faculty and administrators to establish new partnerships, develop marketing and campaign strategies, and plan panels and workshops.

While editors and directors have specific roles assigned to them, we encourage the two teams to exchange ideas throughout the year and be involved in each other's work.

Position appointments will be for the 2018-2019 academic year, with many of our staff choosing to return year after year. There are no explicit requirements to be a part of the URJ; students of all years, majors, and skillsets have joined the URJ and made significant contributions.

Meetings will be weekly 6-7 pm on Tuesday evenings throughout the fall and spring semesters.

If you would like to apply for the position, please submit this form by 11:59 pm on Friday, September 21, 2018. After an initial review, we will conduct 20 minute interviews the following week.

Feel free to contact Poornima Tamma at editor.in.chief@texasurj.com with any questions or concerns. We look forward to reading your application.

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