A Celebration of Scholarship: Creative and Scholarly Achievements at Austin Peay
Who is eligible to submit achievements?
Faculty, staff, administration, emeriti, students, and alumni
What is a scholarly and creative achievement?
- Printed: Books and Chapters, Pamphlets, Journal Items, Conference Proceedings, Scores, and Performance Programs
- Electronic: Books and Chapters, Pamphlets, Journal Items, Conference Proceedings, Scores, and Performance Programs
- Audiovisual: CD-ROMs and DVDs
- Art and Performance: Exhibited Artwork and Performance
What items are acceptable?
Achievements published between January 2011 and December 2012. Items written or created before an individual came to APSU will be included if they are published after the author's date of hire.
Acceptable submissions include chapters or sections in books, pamphlets, monographs, textbooks, book reviews, copyrighted audiovisuals such as CD-ROMs and DVDs, printed guides or manuals, editorials, journal articles, papers presented at meetings that have been published, and patents.
What is not acceptable?
Items "in press," manuscripts, theses, translations of items previously accepted, abstracts of papers presented at meetings that are only printed in the program for that meeting, general editorials, introduction of a speaker, letters to the editor not containing original contribution, and references in programs.
When to submit achievements?
Scholarly and creative achievements should be submitted as early as possible for processing purposes, but no later than January 18, 2013.
How to submit achievements?
Complete the online Scholarly and Creative Achievement Form. You will receive a confirmation email after you submit the form. Please keep a copy of this email for your records.
Where to send achievements?
Woodward Library Scholarly and Creative Achievements, Attn: Gina Garber, P.O. Box 4595.
Items will be on display for at least 30 days and then promptly returned. If you wish for your item to be placed in the Library's General Collection, it must fall within the Collection Development Guidelines.
When is the exhibit?
A Celebration of Scholarship is scheduled for February 2013, with a reception to be held on February 21st at 7 p.m.
All items must be reviewed and accepted by the publications committee.