Aims and scope
The Arbutus Review is an annual peer-reviewed compilation of outstanding research papers/articles/multimedia projects written or developed by undergraduates from all disciplines at the University of Victoria. It provides a forum for the best researchers to showcase their work to their fellow students, the campus community, high schools, funding agencies and corporations/organizations about the strength of student researchers. Submitting papers to the Arbutus Review exposes students to scholarly journal writing, which is valuable not only for graduate and professional schools, but also for all careers.
Submissions to the Arbutus Review are blind peer-reviewed by at least one instructor and one graduate student. These reviewers graciously share their time and expertise so that the Arbutus Review can select, guide, and publish the best of undergraduate research at the University of Victoria.
The Arbutus Review is published annually in October. The Call for Papers for the Arbutus Review is announced to all faculty and undergraduates in the spring term. Manuscripts are submitted online by June 15 each year, and reviewed over the summer (July & August).
The Arbutus Review is published under the Open Access model (Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license) and is therefore free for anybody to read and download, and to copy and disseminate for educational purposes.)
Dr. Sonya Bird, University of Victoria
Dr. Laurel Bowman, University of Victoria
Dr. Brendan Burke, University of Victoria
Dr. Catherine Caws, University of Victoria
Dr. Daniela Constantinescu, University of Victoria
Teresa Dawson, Learning & Teaching Centre
Dr. Eric Higgs, University of Victoria
Dr. Valerie Irvine, University of Victoria
Dr. Janelle Jenstad, University of Victoria
Dr. Jo-Anne Lee, University of Victoria
Dr. Catherine Mateer, University of Victoria
Sandra Meigs, University of Victoria
Dr. Patti-Jean Naylor, University of Victoria
Lori Nolt, University of Victoria
Dr. Lisa Surridge, University of Victoria
Dr. Michael Webb, University of Victoria
ContactMailing AddressLearning and Teaching CentreUniversity of VictoriaPO Box 1700 STN CSCVictoria BCV8W 2Y2Principal ContactLaurie Waye, PhDManaging EditorDirector of the Writing Centre University of VictoriaLearning and Teaching CentreUniversity of VictoriaPO Box 1700 STN CSCVictoria BCV8W 2Y2Phone: 250-472-5662Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport ContactInba KehoeEmail: email@example.com