Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Detailed Evaluation Results for Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals

12 of the 18 faculty that attended completed evaluations.

The workshop was led by a panel of five faculty from the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Engineering & Computing and the Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work representing professors and associate professors who offered a wide variety of perspectives on Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals.

Panelists included Raul Gonzalez, Associate Professor, Psychology; Evelyn Gaiser, Professor, Biological Sciences; Anthony McGoron, Professor, Biomedical Engineering; Mary Jo Trepka, Professor, Public Health; Peiro Gardinali, Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry.

Some tips that faculty learned included "time management", that there is "comprehensive discussion about every aspect about publishing peer-reviewing journals" and to "be in the process as reviewer." One participant also mentioned that this was a "comprehensive discussion about every aspect about publishing peer-reviewing journals."

Faculty attending the workshop gave very favorable reviews some mentioned "great workshop. Perfect with everything" and that "it was informative and motivating." For future workshops attendees would like to see "people from other colleges," and "more of a discussion."

Questions & Responses

I am glad I took the time to participate in the Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals workshop.
N=12 Mean=4.67 SD=0.49 Range= 1 (strongly disagree)- 5 (strongly agree)

The information and experiences shared at this workshop gave me tools and tips on the publishing process.
N=12 Mean=4.58 SD=0.51 Range= 1 (strongly disagree)- 5 (strongly agree)

This session gave me clear and concrete guidelines for dealing with submissions and revisions.
N=12 Mean=4.61 SD=0.49 Range= 1 (strongly disagree)- 5 (strongly agree)

Questions & Answers:

What was the most significant thing you learned and will take away from the Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals workshop to use in your work?

  • This is a comprehensive discussion about every aspect about publishing peer-reviewing journals.
  • Be in the process as reviewer.
  • It all was helpful.
  • Don't give up fix before submit.
  • Time management.
  • Check in on Impact Factor, Summaries, Nature article on open access.

Is there anything that could have been improved about this workshop?

  • Great workshop. Perfect with everything.
  • No.
  • I do not think so.
  • Length: Maybe 20-30 minutes more of discussion.
  • Have people from other colleges.

General Comments about the overall workshop?

  • Excellent and very helpful!
  • Very good workshop.
  • It was informative and motivating.
  • Thank you for this program.
  • Excellent.
  • Very good.