Call for Submissions - Fall 2023 (Vol. 10)
Proposals and articles are currently being accepted for consideration in the Fall 2023 issue (Vol. 10). Publication in the Fall 2023 issue of the journal requires proposals January 15, 2023 deadline extended to February 15, 2023 Completed article submissions are due no later than March 1, 2023. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis, and those received after the deadline will be considered for the following 2024 issue.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to share this information with students interested in publishing an article, and are also encouraged to mentor a student writing an article.
Submissions are made directly to the PJSL website. You can click Submit Articles on the left navigation bar to make a submission. The login credentials are not associated with your Purdue login. You will need to create a new account if you are a first-time user. Types of submissions can be found by clicking Author Guidelines and FAQ on the left navigation bar.
For more information about submissions or the editorial process, contact the Editor, Elizabeth Brite, at email@example.com or visit the PJSL website.
Current Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1 (2022)
Working Out the Kinks: Creating Solutions to Assist Health Care Workers to Take Vital Signs Through Effective Cable Management
Carl R. Russell III, Emily J. Linder, and Maya A. Godbole
Disability Awareness Program for Young Children: A Community Service-Learning Program at Preschool and Elementary School
Jingyuan Zhang, David Ray Miranda, and Yan Ping Xin
Community Partner Snapshot
Research with Reflection
Supporting the PROTECT Initiative
Josh Lefton, Jackson Murray, Ahmed Thabet, Sriram Baireddy, Prakash Shukla, Mridul Gupta, Reagan Becker, Julie Ertle, Tony Doan, and Aerin Yang
Home with Hope: Green Infrastructure EEE 495: Urban Water Projects
Madeline McIntosh and Victoria Chillscyzn
Exploring the Impact of the Habitat for Humanity Home-Building Process on Partner Families' Holistic Well-Being
Hawkley Pusey, Nikhil Mathur, Kathryn Figliomeni, Nanditha Srinivasan, Keely R. Dehn, and Jason A. Ware