We celebrate and promote reading, writing and publishing on campus. We  offer students various leadership opportunities in publishing-related fields through our 7 magazines, lectures with established authors, an awesome literary festival and more.

Other opportunities to get involved: Emmie, our music magazine; Illumination, our award-winning litmag; Souvenirs, a collection of reflections and photography from Badgers abroad; Moda, our fashion and style magazine; and The Dish, an original foodie mag created for hungry college students on a budget. In addition, PubCom hosts Sifting & Winnowing, the journal of international law & public policy; and JUST, the Undergraduate Journal of Science and Technology.

EMMIE Magazine is the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s student-run music publication. EMMIE enables students to discover, compile and promote a wide selection of music in bi-annual print publications as well as on our website, emmiemusic.com. At the heart of every review, interview, playlist and feature story is the thread that pulls us all together — our passion for music. 

Thank you for your interest in working with EMMIE Magazine. Below, you will find an application for all EMMIE positions available this upcoming academic year. Please note that returning staff members must reapply. All positions require active participation in EMMIE, as well as attendance at weekly meetings. Work outside of meetings is required, but time commitment will depend on individual circumstances and will vary across positions. Follow this link to get a full description of all of the positions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qjCqedTspkJeaeMQ7kPmELN1nolV_Hm3GK07xLn1IqI/edit?usp=sharing

All applications are due by Sunday, August 12, and selected leaders will be contacted by Friday, August 17. Regardless of staff position decisions, all are encouraged to join EMMIE as contributing writers/photographers and explore the opportunities as staff throughout the upcoming year. If you have any questions about EMMIE or how you can contribute, please contact the Editor-in-Chief at emmie.publications@union.wisc.edu.

When submitting a science photo, tiff format is preferred. Please submit your photo in the highest possible resolution. 

For additional information about the submission process, see justjournal.org/submissions.

Email contact@justjournal.org with any questions.
When submitting a manuscript, doc/docx format is preferred. If your manuscript is in Latex or another format that is not easily transferred into doc/docx format, please submit your manuscript as a PDF.

For additional information about the submission process, see justjournal.org/submissions.

Email contact@justjournal.org with any questions.

Editorials featured in JUST are critical analyses presenting a well-researched perspective or opinion on a controversial, innovative, or less well-known topic in the field. Editorials express viewpoints through objective analyses of recent events and discoveries in the field in question. They should evoke public interest, thought, and action. These articles are addressed at and are relevant for a general audience, and are brief, about 2-3 pages in length. A select number of editorials will be chosen to be published in our Fall 2017 issue, with the option of all others being published on our digital publication or website. 

Email contact@justjournal.org with any questions.

We’re a student publication that is building the next big thing for undergraduate work in the humanities. Help us make it possible.

Our staff is made up entirely of undergraduate students that want to do more than discuss Shakespeare’s first folio and take notes during presentations based on text books made before the moon landing.
We are 17 students (and growing!) that care about writing, art and public service, and want the humanities to be more than something that comes up in think-pieces on public education.


Positions are filled on a rolling basis, depending on staff vacancies and the needs of the publication. We encourage you to apply before July 1 if you would like to be considered for the 2018 Fall Semester; we would love to have you join us!
Be bold - Apply today.

The Dish is the Wisconsin Union Directorate Publication Committee’s food and dining magazine. As a student operated publication, The Dish explores both the local food scene and global culinary trends. 


Staff members and writers for The Dish have the opportunity to produce content for a biannual print edition and the online site, which you can find at https://thedishwisconsin.com/. This year, and every year, The Dish is committed to producing quality content, but we are also looking to develop our social media presence, refine our photography, and add scheduled digital editions of the magazine along with print. In addition to passion, consistency and strong communication skills, we are seeking out a staff team with strong vision to drive these efforts. Please note: The Dish will be publishing a digital edition this Summer 2018, so please indicate on your application if you would like to be involved!


Below you will find an application for all of the available positions with The Dish. Remember that all returning staff members must reapply. 


Positions are filled on a rolling basis, depending on staff vacancies and the needs of the publication. We encourage you to apply before August 16th if you would like to be considered for the 2018 Fall Semester; we would love to have you join us! Remember, all applicants are invited and encouraged to contribute to the publication, regardless of staff position decisions. 


Thank you for your interest in The Dish! 

 

WUD's Publications Committee is accepting applications for the Financial Assistant position! 

This position will be open only until ideal candidate is found. The sooner you apply, the better chances to get the position.

Big news, folks! WUD Publications is hiring the next round of Financial Assistants. You could be one of this year's leaders at UW-Madison's premier literary venue! 

WUD Publications prints four magazines and three journals each  semester in addition to planning Yule Ball and Lit Fest. So if writing, editing, and  photography aren't your deal, but you'd still like to keep literature and art alive on Campus we’ve got plenty of special opportunities for you in our Finance Department. Check it out!   

To view the full position description, read here: https://tinyurl.com/ya8ywmcu

We are so excited to meet you!

WUD Publications Committee