About the journal

Think You?!, the Proceedings of the Bay Honors Research Symposium, is the collection of student work of those who present at the Bay Honors Research Symposium. The Symposium is held annually, organized by the Bay Honors Consortium. All students who present at the Symposium are accepted via a competitive process; all work is done as part of an honors course or an honors contract at a California Community College.

The editor of Think You?! checks the student work for overall presentation, including ensuring that all conventions for publishing are correct, and that the style guide is being followed. We rely on the mentors to check all other aspects of the student work. In order to have their work published on Think You?!, students must have their work fully vetted by their mentoring professor(s). The mentors check the work for accuracy, ethics with respect to procedure, correct citation for the discipline, and overall logic of work. Students can submit a paper of their work, a video of their presentation, or both. The Publication Release and Mentor Signature Form must be completed in full in order for the student work to be accepted; if the project involves interviews, we require an Interview Subject Release Form completed for each interview subject.

We take work twice a year. The Call For Papers for the annual Symposium is 15 August. We do a Past Call For Papers for all previous Symposia annually, with the due date being 1 January. Students and mentors are notified when the student work is received and when the work has been officially published.