Kappa Omicron Nu Leadership Academy, Dorothy I. Mitstifer, Managing Editor
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This journal was organized as a refereed publication during the First
Undergraduate Research Conference of the Undergraduate Research Community (URC) for the Human Sciences at the Kappa
Omicron Nu Conclave, Grosvenor Resort, Orlando, August 2-5, 2001.
On October 15, 2001, the Editorial Committee announced
the Call for Papers and set the first deadline for papers as January 15, 2002. No
deadlines will be set for future publications; submissions are accepted for review on an ongoing basis.
Guidelines for authors can be found at URC Guidelines and at
Guidelines for Submissions. Further information can be
obtained at the above e-mail address.
Dorothy I. Mitstifer, Managing Editor
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of Contents - Volume 5
Adolescent, and Adult Stress Related to Natural Disasters
Meredith Young, Cheryl Cain, Anna Fesmire, Chrissy Williams, Sheri
Lokken Worthy*, Mississippi State University
Investigation into the Effects of Social Network Strength and Stress
Level on Cardiovascular Responses in College Students
R. Levitt, Muhlenberg College
Portrayal of Women in Magazine Advertisements Across Four Different
Emily Blaha, College of
The Effects of Extracurricular Activities on the Academic
Performance of Junior High Students
The Master's College
A Validation of the African American Acculturation Scale
in a Sample of African American College Students
Pamela A. Smith,
Safiya R. Omari*,
Jackson State University, School of Social Work
Sharpened Rhomberg vs. Sway Magnetometry in Assessing Postural Instability Before and After Driving Simulation Participation
Nicole Fowler, University of Maryland at College Park, Vaughan Inman, Senior Psychologist to FHWA Office of Research Development and Technology.
Expanding Multicultural Activities Across the Curriculum for Preschoolers
University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES)
Volunteering and Stress
Sheena Sharpe, Huntington University
Relieving Current Immigration Tensions Through
Home Economics-Family and Consumer Sciences
The Master's College
* Faculty Co-Author
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New Journal Announced
East Lansing, Michigan . . . . Announcing Online
Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences.
This online journal implements the plan to develop an electronic
journal to reflect excellent undergraduate research in the human sciences. The Undergraduate Research community for the
Human Sciences has a commitment to make this journal visible and compare in quality with similar publications in the
natural sciences, engineering, and psychology. It is intended that this journal will be a testament to undergraduate
research and curricular innovation in the human sciences.
Although the first deadline was January 15, 2002, submissions are
accepted for review on an ongoing basis. Presenters at the first Undergraduate Research Conference (8/01) and
other undergraduates that have completed research are invited to submit papers for Volume 2 - 2003. Graduate students
may submit papers if the work was completed as an undergraduate student.
There are no affiliation requirements; all undergraduates
conducting research in the human sciences are eligible to submit papers. Papers may represent a full range of research,
including quantitative, qualitative, and action research. Papers are classified as (a) research manuscript, (b)
research paper, and (c) research reports. See Guidelines for
Request: Please distribute copies of the
Call for Papers to faculty engaged with undergraduate researchers. The success of
this journal depends on the enthusiastic participation of human sciences units and the diverse programs within their
umbrella missions. Thank you in advance for your support.