2022 Student Publication ceremony

Get recognized for written work that you have published as a student as either a primary author or co-author!

Undergraduate and Graduate students are welcome to participate! 


Student Publication Awardees for 2020-2021

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2022 Student Publication Ceremony Submission form

2022 submission deadline is April 1.

Recorgnition Ceremony will be held live on Zoom 
Thursday, April 7 at 4:00 p.m.




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The Student Publication Ceremony will showcase the different kinds of written work that FAU students have had published in Summer 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022.

The work that you submit can be scholarly/academic, professional, or creative, and you can make more than one submission.

It's an opportunity for students to be recognized and applauded by the university.

All students who submit information to the Student Publication Ceremony's website will receive The Provost's Certificate of Recognition for Publishing recognizing your accomplishments.

For each written work you have had published within this time frame, we ask you to submit some basic information:

  • your demographics

  • a description and/or abstract of the work

  • a citation for the work

  • some information about the publication venue

  • some information about the work's genre

If you have a link to your work, include that too. You will also be offered the opportunity to archive a PDF version of your publication in the FAU Library's institutional repository. 

What matters for each submission is that:

  • It is your own original work.

  • You are an author or co-author.

  • The work is not self-published. It is okay if it is not peer-reviewed.

  • The work must have been published in Summer 2021, Fall 2021 or Spring 2022 (before the deadline).

  • You were an FAU undergraduate or graduate student at the time the work was written. (It is okay if the work was published after you graduated, provided it was written while you were a student at FAU.)

Questions? Contact Julianne Zvolensky