Aims & Scope
Mako publishes original scholarship conducted by undergraduate students at NSU. It serves as a forum for research as well as commentary, and is open to a variety of forms—original, scholarly activity such as quantitative and/or qualitative research studies, critical commentaries, editorials, or debates concerning pertinent issues and topics.
Each issue may include
- Results of lab research
- Critical analyses of texts
- Topical reviews and examination of relevant issues in the field of study
- Controlled social science studies
- Original historical research
- Problem-solving studies
- Analytical essays / "think pieces"
- Summary of internships (conducted locally on NSU campus or externally at affiliated institutions) experiences
- Abstracts/Works presented at the undergraduate student symposium (USS)
After review of submissions by a faculty editorial board, the Mako Journal publishes the strongest work submitted. Only original manuscripts will be accepted. Authors will be informed about status of their submission by July 1 (after the submission).