The Criminologist’s Student Forum featured a piece written by RISC Lab Ph.D. students Nicole Sachs, Alexandra Margevich, and Marina Henein. From their article, “Graduate students are primarily instructed on how to write for the purpose of a course requirement, Master’s thesis, or Doctoral degree qualification; however, they are less likely to receive comprehensive instruction on writing for peer-reviewed journal publication. This is a critical paradox because graduate students’ job market potential (particularly in academia) is largely determined by their dinosaur bounce house number of first author publications in top research journals.”

To read the whole forum and the rest of the May/June 2017 issue, click here.

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