RELS journal opportunity

The Religious Studies program runs an online, student-run journal called the “Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies”.  To keep things running, they need a few students each year to volunteer to help.  It is a nice opportunity to get involved in editing and research.  Here is the official plea for student help:

Dear friends,
Welcome to another exciting year at USU! The Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies (hereinafter IMWJ) is looking for a few capable and anxious students in either history or religious studies to volunteer as staff for the coming semester. Expectations are rather simple, and demands on your time are minimal. However, the exposure to the world of academic journals as well as cutting edge research is both invaluable and insightful (not to mention it looks great on a CV).
I am holding an introductory meeting this Wednesday at 1:30 PM in the history department conference room. If you have even a remote interest in this opportunity, please come by and meet with my staff and me. If you are unavailable at that time, but still would like to work with us, please email me at your convenience.
Thank you, and I look forward to meeting with you in the near future!
Cory M. Nani
Managing Editor, IMWJ
History graduate student, USU

Author: Kleiner

Associate Vice Provost and Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Utah State University. I teach across the curriculum, but am most interested in continental philosophy, ancient and medieval philosophy as well as Catholic thought, all of which might be summed up as an interest in the ressourcement tradition (returning in order to make progress). I also enjoy spending time thinking about liberal education and its ends.

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