Written, edited & published by students of InPrint
The student-run editorial board of InPrint aims to demonstrate the strength of undergraduate scholarship at AUC, reflect the intellectual diversity of its academic programme, and encourage best practices in research and writing. Their mission is to facilitate collaboration between students and faculty across the curriculum and to provide students with opportunities to gain experience in academic reviewing, editing and publishing.
Two issues per year
Each year, InPrint publishes two issues: the Capstone Issue (selected from third-year theses) and the Open Issue (open to all students’ academic writing). InPrint selects, edits and publishes these two issues bi-annually.
InPrint publishes the Capstone Issue at the end of the first semester, in which they showcase excellent Bachelor’s theses in the sciences, social sciences and humanities. Each Capstone goes through an anonymised, grade-independent and peer-reviewed selection process.
They release the Open Issue in May where all students are encouraged to submit any of their written coursework. These articles are usually shorter and display the creativity in academic work that is produced throughout the year at AUC.
You can learn more about InPrint and get in touch with them by visiting their website, sending an email or via one of their social media channels.
AUC Undergraduate Journal of Liberal Arts and Sciences editions
- 2022: Open Issue Volume 18
- 2022: Special Issue on Neurosciences Volume 17
- 2021: Capstone Issue Volume 16
- 2021: Open Issue Volume 15
- 2020: Capstone Issue Volume 14
- 2020: Open Issue Volume 13
- 2019: Capstone Issue Volume 12
- 2019: Capstone Issue Volume 11
- 2018: Capstone Issue Volume 10
- 2018: Open Issue Volume 9
- 2017: Capstone Issue Volume 8
- 2015: Capstone Issue Volume 7
- 2015: Open Issue Volume 6
- 2014: Capstone Issue Volume 5 (Lustrum Edition)
- 2014: Open Issue Volume 4
- 2013: Capstone Issue Volume 3
- 2013: Open Issue Volume 2
- 2012: Capstone Issue Volume 1