Editorial Board & Contacts
Editorial Board and contact information for the Oshkosh Scholar.
You can contact the editorial board for the Oshkosh Scholar via e-mail at email@example.com or you can reach the student editors via telephone at (920) 424-3215.
|Michelle Kuhl, Ph.D., Binghamton University
Sage Hall 3626
Phone: (920) 424-7442
I am an associate professor in the history department. My research and teaching interests include race and gender in the Jim Crow era.
I am a fourth-year English major, and this will be my third year as an editor for Oshkosh Scholar. I grew up in the Fox Valley, but I love to travel and experience new people and places. I am an avid reader and writer, and I hope to bring enthusiasm, dedication, and care to my work at Oshkosh Scholar. I look forward to collaborating with students to see their work published and recognized.
I am a third-year English major. I grew up in Wyoming, Colorado, and Iowa before moving to Wisconsin; my family has now been in Oshkosh for the past seven years. This will be my second year with the Oshkosh Scholar and I am excited to develop my editorial skills as I work with students to bring their research to its fullest potential. It’s been wonderful so far to see the dedication and persistence that students have for their work and I’m looking forward to seeing the final product.
|Susan Surendonk, M.A. - Journalism, 1988, Marquette University
Office of Grants and Faculty Development
Phone: (920) 424-3215
I am assistant director in the UW Oshkosh Office of Grants and Faculty Development, and managing editor of Oshkosh Scholar. My career began in the publishing world, and afterward I worked in corporate communications for many years. I've also taught English composition and business communication courses for Marian University and Concordia University Wisconsin. As a member of the UW Oshkosh academic staff, I love working in the university environment. I especially enjoy putting on my "editor's hat" to help students fine-tune their writing for publication in Oshkosh Scholar.
Join us! Become a Student Editor
- Promote journal submissions via classroom presentations and during special events
- Receive submissions
- Read/edit submissions
- Distribute submissions to faculty reviewers
- Collect and review faculty reviewer comments
- Return reviewed article submissions to student authors
- Meet with student authors and their faculty advisers to discuss revisions needed
- Collect final drafts from student authors
- Turn over final manuscripts for layout
- Proofread final layout
- Assist with distribution