Dobl Benk is a literary journal that publishes creative non-fiction and poetry. Submissions are drawn primarily from University of Belize student work. Guest contributions are welcome.
The journal’s aim is to provide an outlet and forum to display student work. Other objectives include fostering literary and artistic production, constructive critical dialogue, and the dissemination of the arts.
RNDJ accepts papers across all academic disciplines with an emphasis on national development. Research studies published here employ scientific research methods to evaluate the outcomes of current national development projects and make recommendations for future national development projects. No national development project should be attempted without measurement of outcomes though a scientific approach. If you are interested in publishing a paper with RNDJ please submit your manuscript here. If you would like to join RNDJ as an editor or reviewer please contact us with your name, title and institution. Please share this with any individuals that are currently conducting research or interested in conducting research in Belize.
Research papers presented at the Research for National Development Conference are published here. Currently RNDC caters to Information Technology and Business students who conduct research as part of their Management Information Systems class. In the future research from a divers set of academic fields, with a focus on national development, will be encouraged to present at the conference.