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Missouri S&T’s Peer to Peer

Missouri S&T's Peer to Peer is Missouri University of Science and Technology's cross-disciplinary, peer-reviewed, and open-access journal of undergraduate student research. The student-run editorial board publishes two issues each year, in spring and fall. Articles feature the perspectives and original research of Missouri S&T students in humanities, sciences, social sciences, engineering, business, and the arts. The journal's goal is to share the work of Missouri S&T students across disciplinary boundaries, reaching not only students and faculty, but also alumni, donors, and other interested readers. The journal is sponsored by the Writing Center and the Library and Learning Resources on the campus of Missouri S&T.

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Southwinds: The Literary and Arts Magazine of Missouri S&T

About the Magazine

Southwinds: The Literary and Arts Magazine of Missouri S&T is produced in Rolla, Missouri, by the Southwinds Club for the students of Missouri University of Science and Technology. The magazine is sponsored by the Department of English and Technical Communication.

Southwinds is published annually in the spring semester and distributed free of charge to the Missouri S&T community. The club Southwinds, which produces the magazine, is a recognized student organization and open to all students.

Each fall semester Southwinds invites submissions from Missouri S&T students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Poetry, stories, photographs, and original artwork should be submitted to suthwinds.mst.edu.

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student on the S&T campus with an interest in creative writing, the visual arts, layout & design, and/or if you would like to help produce or promote the next issue of Southwinds, please contact the group’s faculty advisor, Dr. Anne Cotterill at cotterill@mst.edu. Dr. Cotterill’s office is in room 219 of the Humanities and Social Sciences building.