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Laridae - Undergraduate Research Journal

Laridae, the Latin name for the family of birds that includes seagulls, features published works from undergraduate students across campus.


    We need driven and passionate students interested in serving as an editor for Laridae. As an editor, you will be expected to dedicate ~20 hours a semester. In the process, you will realize Laridae’s mission, which aims to engage with the various works that the undergraduate population produces and provide an inclusive environment for students to showcase their work. If you are interested, then please email for application instructions.

In fall 2019, Salisbury University celebrated the launch of the first undergraduate student research journal in its history: Laridae. Created to complement and highlight the great works produced by SU’s undergraduate student body, Laridae is a vehicle for the dissemination of new knowledge and perspectives across Salisbury’s campus.

Laridae Undergraduate Student Editorial Board Members (2020-2021)

  • Founder: Abiodun Adeoye
  • Inaugural Editor-in-Chief: Harrison Leon
  • Editor-in-Chief: Margaret Giggey
  • Managing Editor: Anna Brennan
  • Chief-of-Staff: Madison Baloy
  • Arts and Humanities Section Editor: Hira Shahbaz and Gillian Van Ditta
  • Professional Works Section Editors: Mark Cimiluca and Angela Taylor
  • Social Sciences Section Editors: Mackenzie Nickle and Matthew Bernor
  • Sciences Section Editors: Jack Lenox and Madison MacDougall

Apply to be an editor for the 3rd edition of Laridae! No experience is needed, just a willingness to learn and availability to review submissions in the summer. The deadline for applications is April 1st.

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