In addition to promoting student research on campus, ASRW faculty members encourage our students to take every opportunity to experience academic research and writing beyond UBC, such as by submitting
- research proposals to undergraduate conferences, and
- finished research projects to undergraduate journals.
We celebrate our students’ research achievements, wherever and whenever they occur.
BIE students Marianne Kim and Lucy Rak (WRDS 150, Fall 2017) will co-present, with Dr. Kate Power, “Women in Business Media: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Representations of Women in Forbes, Fortune, and Bloomberg Businessweek, 2015-2018,” a larger-scale version of a research paper they wrote in Dr. Power’s WRDS 150 class, at a world-leading discourse analytic conference: Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across the Disciplines in Denmark in July 2018.
Sibyl Song (WRDS 150, Winter 2014) was one of two winners of the Best Poster Presentation (Bank of Canada Student Awards) in the Canadian Economics Association Annual Conference at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Her poster was titled, “Who wants to find a lover online and why? A study of the determinants of online dating usage and the effect of first-time meeting venue on relationship outcomes.”
Tanya Sharma (WRDS 150, Fall 2015) presented at South Asian Studies Association (SASA) 2017: Never More Relevant conference, held between March 24-26 at Claremont McKenna College, CA. Her paper was titled “Representations of demonetization in the Media: A Critical Discourse Analysis of a critical moment in Indian economic history.”
Andrew Min (WRDS 150, Fall 2016) presented at the National Integrative Research Conference (NiRC), an annual one-day interdisciplinary Arts and Science conference at McGill University in Montréal, QC. His paper was titled “Economics and suicide rates: A correlative analysis of different economic variables to elderly suicide rates in East Asia”
Yutong Lu (Fall 2015) presented her WRDS 150 research paper “Women’s voices in corporate governance: Examining Canada’s boards” at the International Development Conference (“Diversifying Development”) at the University of Toronto. Click here to read the abstract to Yutong’s paper.
Kristy Lesperance’s (Winter 2015) ASTU 400a research paper “Strengthening connections with the audience: Reformation and exemplification in mathematics research articles” was published in Xchanges Journal.
Talk with your ASRW instructor if you are interested in presenting and/or publishing your research beyond UBC.
You might also like to check out these links for information about student conferences:
Or, look at the publishers’ guidelines for the following journals (which publish student work) and consider submitting your writing:
- Aporia: A Student Journal of Philosophy
- Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research
- Canadian Students Business Review
- NeoAmericanist: An Interdisciplinary American Online Journal for the Study of America
- Prolegomena: Philosophy Journal for Undergraduate Students
- The Seed: The UBC Undergraduate Journal of Canadian Studies
- The Undergraduate Awards
- UBC Journal of Political Studies
- UC Berkley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal