Clio’s Scroll, the UC Berkeley Undergraduate History Journal, has been named the 2011-2012 recipient of the Best Journal Award by the Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC).
Produced by Phi Alpha Theta, Clio’s Scroll provides an opportunity for undergraduate History majors to research and publish on a wide-range of historical topics. Furthermore, it offers Clio’s staff insight into the editorial process of academic journals.
“This award is truly an honor and speaks to all of the time and effort our editors and writers have all put into making Clio's Scroll a great publication,” noted editors-in-chief Laura Kaufmann and Joanna Stedman. “We hope that this award will encourage a greater readership of Clio's Scroll on campus and foster a greater interdisciplinary interest in historical scholarship among the undergraduate community here at Berkeley.“
-Alex Coughlin, History Staff