Portions of this collection have been digitized, and all digitized and born digital materials in this collection are publicly accessible online.
Edited, compilation publications (such as Esprit and Discourse) are generally under the copyright of the University of Scranton. Individual works (such as Library Research Prize essays and projects) are generally under the copyright of the author.
[Publication Title], [Volume or Date of Issue], University of Scranton Student Scholarship, The University of Scranton Archives. [Reference URL for digital items]
Digital materials are arranged by publication and described at the issue level.
Discourse, a publication sponsored by the University’s Penn-Tau chapter of the Phi Sigma Tau philosophy honors fraternity, has been published yearly since 2008.
Esprit: The University of Scranton Review of Arts and Letters features work by students of The University of Scranton and is published each fall and spring as a co-curricular activity of the English Department. Publication information and submission guidelines are available at www.scranton.edu/esprit.
Bioscript was a semiannual publication of the Biology Club, featuring the work of students in the Biology Department.
Chemiscope was a publication of the Chemistry Club, featuring the work of students in the Chemistry Department.
The Library Research Prize, awarded each spring since 2011, recognizes excellence in undergraduate and graduate student research across all University departments. This collection includes the research projects and essays written by each year’s prize winning students. Application information and selection criteria are available at www.scranton.edu/libraryresearchprize.
Born digital publications are submitted to the University Archives by the sponsoring academic department.
Digital materials submitted in proprietary formats (such as Microsoft Word and Adobe In Design) are converted to PDF for long term preservation.
Metadata from this collection is exposed via Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH). Known, active harvests include: