Collin College recently published the inaugural edition of “Quest: An Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Journal.” The mentor-reviewed journal showcases research in process, best practices and completed works from within the Collin College academic community. The online publication allows students the opportunity to publish their research.
The first edition topics range from technology in the classroom to gender equality. Under the direction of faculty mentors, the following students are featured in the inaugural journal: Stuart Tollison, Adam Tollison, Stephen Dillard, Elizabeth Farrar, James Popiolek and Ellery Trantham.
The interdisciplinary publication encourages submissions from diverse academic disciplines and includes a variety of sections including English, humanities, philosophy and religion; sociology, psychology, communication studies, history and natural sciences. The editorial board includes editor in chief Lisa Roy-Davis and associate editor Scott Cheney.
Quest is housed on Collin College’s Digital Commons which captures, archives and disseminates original, scholarly and creative works produced or sponsored by faculty members, students, staff members, organizations or departments at Collin College.
To read Quest’s inaugural journal articles, visit http://digitalcommons.collin.edu/quest/.
To learn more about the Digital Commons, contact the administrator at DigitalCommons@Collin.edu.