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Guidelines to Submit Material for Report on Publications 

The purpose of the Report is to illustrate the contributions that the faculty and academic staff at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire have made during the academic year as indicated by their scholarly publications, creative achievements, faculty/student research collaborations, and extramural grant awards.

Our 2012 Report on Publications will include items that were completed or published between Jan. 1, 2012 and Dec. 31, 2012.

We ask you to submit certain items to supplement the entries ORSP has in hand.  Please note carefully what to submit and the method and format of submission.

  • If there are numerous co-authors, please indicate their proper order.
  • If a co-author is an alumnus, please be sure to note this fact as well as the present affiliation.
  • Provide COMPLETE bibliographical information; do not use abbreviations.
  • Do not include items that will be completed/published after Dec. 31, 2012. They should be submitted when citations are requested for the following Report.



Items You Should Submit

Within the bounds of editorial discretion, the following employment-related publications and creative achievements of professional relevance and importance that meet recognized standards in their professional fields will be catalogued:

  1. Articles/essays editorially reviewed and published in scholarly journals or in the proceedings of professionally-recognized organizations.
  2. Books or essays/chapters in books that have been editorially reviewed and published.
  3. Fiction (e.g. poetry or prose) and translations that have been editorially reviewed and published in scholarly journals or in books.
  4. Musical compositions that have been performed in a full recital/concert or in a significant stage production and/or editorially reviewed and published.
  5. Pamphlets, booklets, monographs, and substantive/final reports written for institutions or agencies. They must show the applicant’s name, and they must have been editorially reviewed, published, and library-circulated.
  6. Patents.
  7. Photographs, slides, and artwork in a published work that has been editorially reviewed.
  8. Reviews of published works, creative achievements, and non-print media editorially examined and published in scholarly journals/books.
  9. Publications and creative activity in any media that attempts to translate difficult concepts to a 'common' audience that has been editorially reviewed and published.
  10. Invited off-campus performances or shows in the arts, e.g. adjudications, exhibitions, full recitals, full stage productions, significant solo and concert performances.
  11. Non-print scholarly media, e.g. podcasts, computer software, film/filmstrips, sound recordings, video programs, etc., that is publicly available with either for-profit or nonprofit distribution.
  12. Scholarly presentations at professional conferences. (Please also submit information if there was a published abstract for the conference.)
  13. Faculty-mentored student scholarly or creative projects that have resulted in a tangible product, such as a paper, a poster, a presentation, a non-print media form, a musical composition, a new chemical compound, etc. This category includes independent studies mentored with undergraduate and graduate students, directed studies, internships, and any class projects that involve student collaboration (not required class assignment) directly with faculty/academic staff. If the student's travel to present was funded through ORSP we should already have the information.


Items ORSP Submits for You

The following items will be automatically submitted for you

  • UW-Eau Claire Celebration of Excellence in Research and Creativity (CERCA) presentations
  • UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity presentations
  • National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) presentations
  • Posters in the Rotunda presentations
  • Student presentations of scholarly work for which travel was funded through ORSP
  • Faculty/Student Research awards funded through ORSP
  • Extramural and UW-System grant awards

However, if student research or creative collaboration resulted from another internal or extramural grant, please submit that information.



Items Not Eligible for Submission:

The Editorial Advisory Board reserves the right to exclude entries that do not appear to be of scholarly or professional nature and that do not appear to have been editorially reviewed. Do not submit:

  • Testimonies before legislative bodies
  • Someone else’s work of which you are the subject
  • Correspondence courses
  • Course syllabi
  • Graduate student theses
  • Adjudications, clinics, exhibitions, performances, or productions that are primarily public service events rather than scholarly achievements.
  • Feature stories in newspapers and magazine articles may be submitted only if they have a byline, if they are employment-related and of professional relevance and importance, and if they meet the standards in their professional fields.

Submission Instructions

Please simply email your citations – preferably in a Word document – to us ( with subject line “ROP.”  This upcoming edition of the Report will cover publications and achievements between Jan. 1, 2012 and Dec. 31, 2012. You may also submit eligible items that were not submitted to last year’s Report. Submit your entries to us (see instructions below) as soon as is convenient for you, preferably no later than May 30, 2013.

Please include the following citation information for each of your publication entries (please see sample citations below).
  • Title of Work
  • Author(s) – for each co-author please indicate one of the following:
    • Students: indicate undergraduate or graduate student
    • UW-Eau Claire employees: indicate their department or unit
    • Non-UWEC co-authors: indicate their institutional affiliation
  • Publication Information: name of scholarly journal OR book publisher’s company name/city
  • For items published in conference proceedings please also include the conference title, location, and date (month/year).
  • Publication date
  • Page Number(s) for articles, chapters, abstracts, etc.
  • If there are numerous co-authors, please indicate their proper order.
  • If a co-author is an alumnus, please be sure to note this fact as well as the present affiliation.
  • Provide COMPLETE bibliographical information; do not use abbreviations.
  • Do not include items that will be completed or published after Dec. 31, 2012. They should be submitted when citations are requested for the following Report.

Sample citations

Some samples of the format we are using are shown below. The format is similar to MLA. Bold means UW-Eau Claire affiliation, bold and italics are undergraduate students, and bold and underlined are graduate students.  We would appreciate it if you can take the time to convert your citations to this format.

Book (author):

  • Thirteen Loops: Race, Violence and the Last Lynching in America. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press (2011): 264 pp. B.J. Hollars.

Book (chapter):

  • Yellowstone National Park in Metaphor: Place and Actor Representations in Visitor Publications. In Observation Points: The Visual Poetry of National Parks. Ed. Thomas Patin, Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press (2012): 119-139. David A. Tschida.

Book (editor):

  • The House of the Black Ring. The Pennsylvania State University Press (2012): 256 pp. Ed. Julia Spicher Kasdorf, Pennsylvania State University, and Joshua R. Brown.

Book Review appearing in a Journal:

  • Review of Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery, by Siddarth Kara. Journal of Macromarketing 31.4 (2011): 410-411. A. Dwayne Ball, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Julia Pennington.

Conference Presentation:

  • Using Video Self-Modeling to Increase Compliance Rates. National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Boston, MA, 24-28 Feb. 2009. Michael Axelrod and Christine Peterson.

Conference Presentation (with a published abstract):

  • Characterization of a Late Paleozoic Arc Section in the Terrace-Kitimat Area, British Columbia. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, 9-12 Oct. 2011.Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 43.5: 440. Geoffrey Pignotta, J. Brian Mahoney, and Jessica Meyers.


  • Crushing. Illustration in The Man and the Vine. Cream City Illustrators (Exhibition), Plaid Tuba Gallery, Milwaukee, WI, Fall 2011. Ned Gannon.

Invited performance

  • Rachmaninov's Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini. Concert with Porto Alegre Symphony Orchestra, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 26 April 2005. Alexandre Dossin with Isaac Karabtchevsky, conductor.

Journal article:

  • Preference of Education Mode: Examining the Reasons for Choosing and Perspectives of Courses Delivered Entirely Online. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education 5.1 (2012): 113-128. Kristy Lauver, Management and Marketing, Dawna Drum, Accounting and Finance, James Windsor, Management and Marketing,and Shiela Miller.

Journal article published online:

Published conference abstract:

  • See Conference Presentation (with a published abstract).

We appreciate your assistance in documenting your articles, books, research reports, student research collaborations, and other scholarly and creative achievements.

Please email ORSP or call 36-3405 if you have any questions.