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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.

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 (2021-2022)

  • Founder: Abiodun Adeoye
  • Inaugural Editor-in-Chief: Harrison Leon
  • Editor-in-Chief: Maggie Giggey
  • Co Editor-in-Chief: Mackenzie Nickle
  • Managing Editor: Madison MacDougall
  • Arts and Humanities Section Editor(s): Haley Taylor and Daelyn Funk
  • Interdisciplinary Section Editor(s): Lane Fox and Josh Arinze
  • Social Sciences Section Editor(s): Matt Bernor and Sandra Zelaya
  • Sciences Section Editor(s): Sheridan Sargent and Elizabeth Wash

Submit your research for publication in Laridae.

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Laridae Timeline

  • Editors for the editing team are selected March/April
  • Submissions to one of the four sections—Arts and Humanities, Interdisciplinary, Sciences, and Social Sciences—of the journal are open beginning in May after the Spring Semester
  • Acceptances are released mid-June
  • Editing and author correspondence occur mid-June to July
  • Final Review wraps up in August
  • Publishing correspondence occurs September-November
  • Laridae Launch happens following the journal’s publication in November