Submissions: Research

Maneto accepts research from all disciplines within the university. All research considered must be conducted whilst an undergraduate at Temple University. Graduating seniors may submit within a year of graduation. Multiple submissions are allowed. For research in which live subjects are used the piece must be submitted with approval from IRB.


Submitting

All submissions should be sent to: submissions.maneto@gmail.com

  • The subject line should read “Research - Author Name, Name of Piece”

  • Include full name, co-authors (if any), full title of paper, academic departments, and the names of anyone involved in the project and the role they played in its creation.

  • Submissions will then undergo a blind review process and the author will be contacted when a decision has been made by the editorial board. If accepted, the research will then enter the editing process.


Format and Style

  • All research should be written in 12 pt. Times New Roman font with standard one-inch margins, double-spaced.

  • Research should be submitted as a .doc or .docx file.

  • An abstract (approx. 100 - 300 words) must be included with the submission of the author’s research.

  • Figures, tables, and graphs should be submitted as 150dpi to 300dpi JPEG files and attached as well-labeled separate files in the submission email. If the total combined size of the files exceeds attachment limit, please send via Google Drive or contact us at templemaneto@gmail.com.

  • It is the responsibility of the author(s) to obtain permission from the copyright holder to reproduce figures, tables, or photographs that have been previously published.

  • All research submitted must follow the appropriate formatting guidelines related to their field (MLA, APA, etc.).

  • The majority of the piece must be in English. If you have any questions/concerns please contact us at templemaneto@gmail.com.

  • Style of writing depends on the field of research. But, keep in mind that the submissions will be viewed by various undergraduate, graduate, and faculty editors and a professional style and structure is expected.


Plagiarism

  • All pieces will be subject to a plagiarism review. If it is found that you have plagiarized your piece(s), it will be formally rejected and further submissions for publication will not be considered.  

  • Rules regarding plagiarism can be viewed here.


On Creative Commons

Creative Commons is an organization that has released various forms of copyright licenses free to the public. They allow creators to communicate which rights they wish to be respected without having to undergo an actual discussion with those who choose to interact with their work. Though Maneto utilizes CC BY-NC-SA , the Creative Commons license of the individual piece is left to the decision of the author. Maneto encourages authors to choose the CC BY-NC-SA license as well, however Maneto believes it should be the author's decision as to how people can utilize their work. Please describe the Creative Commons license you prefer in your submission email along with your choice on the Author Agreement Form.

CC License Chooser Wizard is a tool to help you find out which Creative Commons license works best for you. More general information on Creative Commons can be found here.