Undergraduate Research Journal Listing

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This list of Undergraduate Research Journals is populated by self-entry. The Council on Undergraduate Research does not endorse or evaluate any specific journal.

  • 1890: A Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ University of Central Oklahoma

    1890: A Journal of Undergraduate Research invites undergraduate students from all universities to submit their work—from any discipline—to be considered for publication in our undergraduate research journal. The journal is interdisciplinary, meaning that research, scholarly articles, creative writing, artwork, and photography will all be placed under consideration. For more information, please see our call for submissions at our website.

  • Academic Leadership Journal in Student Research  ‐ Fort Hays State University

    Academic Leadership Journal in Student Research is an Open Access, annual, online, peer reviewed, international journal dedicated to the publication of student research (undergraduate and graduate) within all disciplines and of pedagogically based professional work that explores the intersection of student research with teaching and faculty research. Our mission is to provide a forum for exceptional student research and to promote collaboration between students and teachers in the classroom, laboratory, and field.

  • Advanced Journal of Graduate Research

    Advanced Journal of Graduate Research (ISSN:2456-7108) is a refereed journal dedicated to publishing research work carried out by Bachelor/Master Degree students under the supervision of a faculty member. Normally research work carried out as a part of the undergraduate course or graduate course in the form of final year thesis (course project) will be considered in this specific graduate journal. Any mentored student may submit articles related to all area of Science and Technology including Life Science, Computer Science, Mathematics, Environmental Science, Earth Science, Agriculture Science, Medical Science, Chemical Science, Physical Science. This journal accepts original research article, review article and survey article. Normal publication is free in this journal with open access availability of published article.

  • Afkar: The Undergraduate Journal of Middle East Studies

    Afkar: The Undergraduate Journal of Middle East Studies is an academic journal focusing on the study of politics, history, culture, and society in the Middle East and North Africa. Afkar was created to encourage undergraduates to undertake primary research on the Middle East and North Africa and contribute to the growing body of literature in Middle East studies.

  • Al Noor ‐ Boston College

    Al Noor is Boston College’s Middle Eastern Studies journal, based in Chestnut Hill, MA. It is run entirely by undergraduates at BC, features work from around the world, and is issued twice a year.

  • Aleph: UCLA Undergraduate Research Journal for Humanities and Social Sciences ‐ UCLA

    Aleph is UCLA’s only official journal publishing undergraduate research in the humanities, social sciences, and behavioral sciences. Run by undergraduates who review submissions continuously throughout the year, Aleph publishes select submissions in a quarterly online journal and an annual “best of” print journal, with the support of our sponsor, the UCLA Undergraduate Research Center.

  • Aletheia–The Alpha Chi Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship ‐ Alpha Chi National College Honor Society

    Alpha Chi is deeply invested in fueling undergraduate research and creativity. We challenge students to find and lend their growing voice to the most pressing conversations and issues of the moment. Publishing that original work—some for the first time—is part of being an Alpha Chi member. Aletheia presents undergraduates with an opportunity to disseminate online their empirical research, critical literary analysis, policy analysis, or artistic endeavors to a wider audience. Alpha Chi members can be published at no per page charge; a page charge does apply for non-members. Aletheia is a free, public-access journal.

  • Alpenglow ‐ Binghamton University

    Alpenglow showcases and acknowledges the broad spectrum and quality of undergraduate student research, scholarly investigation, and creative work at Binghamton University. The journal accepts and publishes various formats of submissions of scholarly and creative work.

  • American Journal of Undergraduate Research

    American Journal of Undergraduate Research (AJUR) is a national, independent, peer reviewed, open-source, no-cost-to-authors, quarterly, multidisciplinary student research journal. AJUR is indexed. AJUR (print ISSN 1536-4585, web ISSN 2375-8732) was established in 2002.

  • Americana ‐ University of Notre Dame

    Americana is the undergraduate research journal from the University of Notre Dame’s Dept of American Studies. The journal seeks to encourage students to conduct research that explores both popular and academic curiosities relating to American studies; foster an interdisciplinary conversation between students, past and present; and provide opportunities for undergraduate publication.

  • Animus: The Undergraduate Classical Journal of the University of Chicago ‐ University of Chicago

    Animus, the undergraduate Classical journal of the University of Chicago, publishes outstanding original work in the Classics and related fields. Supporting study of the Classical world through multiple platforms—the journal and the online blog—we seek to present wide-ranging undergraduate scholarship to a broad audience.

  • Anthos ‐ Portland State University

    Founded in 1990, Anthós is a multidisciplinary academic journal published by the Honors College of Portland State University. Anthós publishes the work of Portland State University students, juried by Honors College student editors in a double-blind review process.

  • Apollon ‐ Fairfield University

    Our goal is to engage students in every stage of the process, beginning with student-faculty collaboration in generating undergraduate scholarships and finishing with the release of a polished digital journal. Apollon strives to take advantage of the unique opportunity of venturing into the digital humanities by engaging with image, text, sound, video, and a variety of presentation platforms in the process of showcasing the many species of undergraduate research.

  • ARCHIVE: An Undergraduate Journal of History ‐ University of Wisconsin-Madison

    ARCHIVE is an award-winning journal of history published annually by undergraduate history majors, in partnership with the History Department and the UW-Madison chapter of Phi Alpha Theta. ARCHIVE accepts submissions from undergraduate students of all majors and from colleges and universities in the United States or abroad. The deadline for submissions is usually in late January or early February.

  • Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Rutgers University

    The Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal (Aresty RURJ) is an interdisciplinary, undergraduate-run research journal that accepts submissions exclusively from Rutgers University undergraduate students! Our purpose is to display the cutting-edge research being conducted by Rutgers University students and to allow them the unique opportunity to experience the publication and peer review process first-hand. The Aresty RURJ is also set apart from other undergraduate research journals in that we have implemented a year-long reviewer program that teaches involved undergraduates about how to review papers, and then allows them the opportunity to put that knowledge into practice by reviewing the manuscripts submitted to RURJ.

  • Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History ‐ Armstrong State University

    Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History is an online journal edited and produced by undergraduate students at Armstrong State University. The journal is dedicated to promoting undergraduate students’ research interest in history and their writing skills. The journal is also hoped to strengthen the collaborations in learning between undergraduates and graduates, students and faculty, and history majors and those from other study fields. All submissions will be fully refereed in a blind reviewing process by history professors and graduate students from Armstrong and other universities.

  • Arsenal Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Augusta University

    The Arsenal: The Undergraduate Research Journal of Augusta University?(ISSN 2380-5064) is a peer-reviewed, open access, interdisciplinary journal for undergraduate research conducted at Augusta University. This journal is managed in collaboration by the Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURS), University Libraries, and the student organization On the Shoulder of Giants.

  • Auctus ‐ Virginia Commonwealth University

    Auctus: The Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Scholarship is designed to highlight the various forms of research taking place at Virginia Commonwealth University. The journal is student-run, peer-reviewed, and edited with assistance from faculty members. Auctus accepts outstanding submissions from VCU undergraduates of all disciplines. The journal welcomes submissions of research articles, technical papers, expository articles, and works of creative scholarship.

  • AUJUS: Auburn University Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship ‐ Auburn University

    AUJUS, the Auburn University Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship, is a faculty-refereed publication that showcases the research and scholarly accomplishments of Auburn University undergraduate students from any discipline.

  • Baghdad Journal of Biochemistry and Applied Biological Sciences ‐ Al- Nahrain University

    Biochemistry and Applied Biological research journal

  • Barnard/Columbia Urban Review ‐ Columbia University

    Founded in 2020 as the first undergraduate urban studies journal in the United States, the Barnard/Columbia Urban Review (BCUR) aims to promote discourse and research at the intersection of ecology, business, politics, history, culture, and society by publishing a rigorous selection of research papers in our print journal. BCUR is sponsored by the Urban Studies program at Columbia University and Barnard College, and is entirely led, organized, and operated by undergraduate students at Columbia University across a range of academic disciplines.

  • Berkeley Undergraduate Journal of Classics ‐ University of California, Berkeley

    The Berkeley Undergraduate Journal of Classics is committed to the progress and proliferation of scholarship in the field of Classics and to providing a common medium through which undergraduates from all relevant disciplines can actively engage in one another’s work. In order to establish a channel for interdepartmental exchange and collaboration, we seek to publish exceptional papers and translations from a wide range of fields pertaining to Classics and the world of the ancient Mediterranean.

  • Beyond-undergraduate research journal ‐ Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

    The Beyond: Undergraduate Research Journal is the peer-reviewed research publication of the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Office of Undergraduate Research. The journal features research manuscripts, literature reviews, and technical reports by undergraduate students at the Daytona Beach, Prescott, and Worldwide campuses. To learn more about this publication, read About This Journal. Beyond accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Please note: you must have an account in Scholarly Commons to submit a manuscript. Click on My Account to log-in or create a new account. To upload a manuscript for consideration, click on the Submit Article link. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Research at dbburj@erau.edu.

  • Bridges: An Undergraduate Journal of Contemporary Connections ‐ Wilfred Laurier University

    Bridges is an undergraduate academic journal created at Wilfrid Laurier University. It offers a range of essays on broad, interdisciplinary subjects with a focus on contemporary issues and literature.

  • Bryant University Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies ‐ Bryant University

    The Bryant University Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies aims to promote undergraduate scholarly work that builds bridges between various disciplines to engage with complex problems that no one single discipline alone can effectively address. From various second-order effects of global warming to advancements in digital technology and information systems, the journal encourages themed volumes with individual submissions in forms including case-studies, scholarly research, critical reviews, original works of creative writing and visual art, and mixed-media productions.

  • Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ Butler University

    The Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research publishes original, scholarly research undertaken by undergraduates from any college or university. BJUR builds upon and strengthens Butler’s commitment to quality undergraduate research by providing an outlet for the publication of outstanding undergraduate scholarship across the humanities, social and natural sciences.

  • Caltech Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ California Institute of Technology

    The Caltech Undergraduate Research Journal publishes the best undergraduate submissions from around the world in the form of scientific and featured articles.

  • Cambridge Journal of Political Affairs ‐ University of Cambridge

    The Cambridge Journal of Political Affairs is a student-run academic journal dedicated to publishing undergraduate scholarly work on politics in a biannual online issue. The CJPA aims to provide a formative space for undergraduate students through an extensive peer-review process, with support from the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge.

  • Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind ‐ Carleton University

    The Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind is a student-run/student-focused, interdisciplinary, open-access research publication dedicated to bringing together the best and brightest minds from across the world to share their ideas and research. We believe, support, and encourage the use of open-access publishing and the accessibility of academic material to the public. We are committed to providing a platform for students to showcase their research findings and discuss and debate our world’s changing landscape. CJAM was founded by a small group of students and professors in 2023 at Carleton University in Ottawa but aims to publish works by students from across the world. Our founding editors from Carleton come from the Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs, the Feminist Institute of Social Transformation, and the School of Journalism and Communication! Currently, we have students on the editorial board from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, McMaster University’s School of Biomedical Engineering, and York University’s History Department. As an interdisciplinary journal, we publish papers on a wide array of topics ranging from public policy, philosophy, and economics to international relations, gender studies, and medicine. We constantly aim to bridge the gap between the academic and non-academic worlds. Our goal is to provide an engaging and informative space for students to share their work and ideas without any restrictive requirements.

  • Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ University of British Columbia

    The Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research (CJUR) is a biannual publication that highlights work being done by undergraduates in all areas of academic research. CJUR publishes a variety of article types, including primary research, reviews, commentaries, and critiques. All submissions are reviewed by experienced graduate students.

  • Caravel Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ University of South Carolina

    Caravel is a faculty-reviewed online undergraduate research journal, which chronicles students’ creative research from all academic disciplines.

  • Catalyst: Rice Undergraduate Science & Engineering Review  ‐ Rice University

    Catalyst is a student-run journal that showcases and highlights student research and views about science. Catalyst provides an avenue for students to share their thoughts and ideas about scientific innovations in the form of articles that are published annually.

  • Central Europe Yearbook ‐ University of Minnesota

    Central Europe Yearbook is an open-access journal promoting the study of Central Europe among undergraduate students. Sponsored by the Center for Austrian Studies at the University of Minnesota, the journal’s online platform provides an outlet for a wide array of scholarly projects. In addition to traditional forms of scholarship, we are particularly interested in the development of the digital humanities in the study of the region. Submissions could include academic articles, GIS maps, interactive resources, games, VLOGs, or any other compelling union of technology and research. Submissions will be accepted in either English or German. The Yearbook is a venue for undergraduates working on Central European topics to publish their scholarship and work in tandem with professors, independent scholars, graduate students, and undergraduates from various institutions across the country and internationally.

  • Challenger Research Journal ‐ UCSD

    The Challenger aims to further the access and representation of underrepresented students by giving URH Scholars at UC San Diego the opportunity to publish and share their research. The Challenger attempts to promote scholarly research with diverse perspectives across multiple fields of study, and provide a platform for scholars of all backgrounds to express their unique lens of viewing societal problems to bring positive impacts to the community.

  • Chicago Journal of Foreign Policy ‐ University of Chicago

    The Chicago Journal of Foreign Policy invites undergraduates from around the country and the world to submit articles on foreign policy, international relations, comparative politics, international political theory, and any related subjects. We accept shorter pieces as blog posts to our website and generally save longer pieces for our more competitive bi-annual print journal. Our mission is to increase our collective understanding of international affairs and highlight the work of undergraduates from around the world.

  • Clio’s Scroll, The Berkeley Undergraduate History Journal ‐ University of California, Berkeley, Department of History

    Clio’s Scroll, the Berkeley Undergraduate History Journal, is published twice yearly by students of the Department of History at the University of California, Berkeley. The journal aims to provide undergraduates with the opportunity to publish historical works, develop the editing and writing skills of contributors and board members, and train them in the editorial process of an academic journal.

  • CMU RISS Robotics Working Papers Journal ‐ Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute

    The Robotics Institute Summer Scholars Working Papers Journal is an annual publication of the Robotics Institute’s Summer Scholars Program at Carnegie Mellon University. The journal is a medium for the undergraduate students of the summer research program to communicate their work in collaboration with the participating lab faculties. This journal encompasses the learnings and research findings of the students over the eleven-week-long remote engagement with the CMU community for the year 2021. The journal comprises 58 papers written by the scholars participating in RISS 2021. The papers explore various domains of Robotics, including Localization, Mapping, Computer Vision, Motion-planning, Controls, Haptics, Aerial Systems, Medical Robotics, Multi-agent Systems, Machine Learning, and Reinforcement Learning.

  • Columbia Economics Review ‐ Columbia University

    Founded in 2009 as the first undergraduate economics journal in the United States, the Columbia Economics Review (CER) aims to promote discourse and research at the intersection of economics, business, politics, and society by publishing a rigorous selection of student essays, opinions, and research papers in a print journal released each semester. We further strive to engage individuals on campus, locally, and globally through speaker series, symposia, competitions, and other events established to promote dialogue and encourage deeper insights on economic issues. CER is sponsored by the Program for Economic Research at Columbia University and the Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy. CER is entirely led, organized, and operated by undergraduate students at Columbia across a multitude of academic disciplines.

  • Columbia Journal of Asia ‐ Columbia University

    The Columbia Journal of Asia (CJA) is an open-access, peer-reviewed platform for academic and creative pieces relating to Asia and the Asian diaspora, launched in partnership with Columbia Libraries and faculty in the departments of History, MESAAS, EALAC, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. It addresses an urgent need for meaningful representations of Asian narratives as an integral part of the humanities, arts, and social sciences. It welcomes both research papers (“notes” of 1,500-4,000 words and “articles” of 4,000+ words) and creative works (visual art, poetry, prose, and translations of under 2,000 words). Undergraduates from all majors, tracks, and class years, at any university, are encouraged to submit. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Read more about CJA and submit at cja.library.columbia.edu. Any questions can be directed to columbiajournalofasia@gmail.com.

  • Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal ‐ Columbia University

    The Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal is a peer-reviewed, professional-level, open-access, academic publication that is committed to publishing manuscripts of the highest scholarship resulting from significant scientific research or outstanding scientific analysis. Each paper published in the CUSJ undergoes a double-blind peer-review process facilitated by the journal’s Editorial Review Board and a faculty review by a member of the Faculty Advisory Board. The CUSJ has two primary goals. First, the CUSJ aims to (1) publish works of the highest scholarship authored primarily by undergraduates. Second, the CUSJ aims to (2) educate students about the academic publication process, both from the inside as a member of the CUSJ staff and from the outside as a submitter to a scientific journal with academic standards that are as rigorous as any professional-level scientific publication.

  • Compass: An Undergraduate Journal of American Political Ideas ‐ Northern Illinois University

    Compass: An Undergraduate Journal of American Political Ideas seeks to publish essays by undergraduates at colleges and universities anywhere in the world on current American political issues understood in the broad contexts of political philosophy, history, literature, and culture. The journal encourages submissions from across academic disciplines and welcomes the use of various historical, philosophic, and empirical methods of analysis. This online journal aims to provide a space for the work of talented undergraduates who have original and well-articulated insights on important ideas and issues relating to American democracy. Please submit your essays to compass@startingpointsjournal.com. Published essays will usually be 1500-2000 words in length. We encourage a lively style that is highly readable. This is a venue to relate original work, whether using interpretive textual analysis, archival work, quantitative findings, comparative historical analysis, or other methodological approaches. However, we ask that these findings not be delivered or expressed in the manner of a term paper to specialist professors but in a more journalistic fashion to a wider audience of readers eager to glean what’s interesting from your findings. Once you have submitted your essay, the editorial team will work quickly to let you know if your piece will be appropriate for this journal and whether it requires revisions. Compass is a project of the Tocqueville Forum at Northern Illinois University, in partnership with Starting Points: A Journal of American Principles and American Practices, a project of the Kinder Institute at University of Missouri.

  • Compos Mentis: Undergraduate Journal of Cognition and Neuroethics ‐ University of Michigan-Flint

    Compos Mentis: Undergraduate Journal of Cognition and Neuroethics publishes papers on philosophy, seeking to support and encourage the intellectual work of undergraduates.

  • Consilience, The Journal of Sustainability Development ‐ Columbia University

    Consilience is an online journal dedicated to promoting interdisciplinary dialogue on sustainable development. This journal aims to bring students, researchers, professors, and practitioners from a variety of disciplines and geographical regions in direct conversation with each other through an online, academically rigorous medium. Consilience publishes scholarly articles, opinion pieces, field notes, editorial columns, and photo essays. By providing a public platform for discussion, we hope to encourage a global community to think more broadly, thoroughly, and analytically about sustainable development. The journal is run by a team of undergraduate and graduate students, under the guidance of faculty from Columbia University in the City of New York.

  • Critique: A Worldwide Student Journal of Politics ‐ Illinois State University

    Critique is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarship by students of political science. The journal, which is recognized by American Political Science Association and indexed by EBSCO-Host database, accepts submissions from all the subfields of political science.

  • Crossing Borders: A Multidisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship  ‐ Kansas State University

    Crossing Borders introduces undergraduates to the processes and values of open-access, peer-reviewed communication, thereby preparing them to be more critical consumers and producers of scholarly discourse. The editors welcome submissions from any discipline.

  • Crossings ‐ University of Alberta
    Crossings: An Undergraduate Arts Journal is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, academic student journal published by the Organization for Arts Students and Interdisciplinary Studies with an aim to highlight the diverse and outstanding breadth of research from all programs in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta.
  • Culture, Society, and Praxis ‐ California State University, Monterey Bay

    Culture, Society, and Praxis is a peer reviewed, undergraduate, open access social scientific journal. We accept all forms of scholarly expression, including research-based writing, creative writing, visual arts, and more. As long as it was created by a student and is relevant to the social sciences, we’d love to see it. We do not reject any eligible submissions; we simply ask that students commit to revising their work until it is publishable. You can check us out and submit work at www.culturesocietypraxis.com. For more information, contact Amanda Pullum, faculty advisor (apullum@csumb.edu).

  • Cura Terra: Georgetown’s Undergraduate Journal of the Environment  ‐ Georgetown University

    Cura Terra is an undergraduate journal founded on values of justice and equity, putting people at the center of the world’s most pressing environmental issues. Cura Terra is designed to be both interdisciplinary and intersectional. The journal encourages students to submit articles, research papers, and essays related to the field of environmental studies. Students in any program of study should feel welcome to send their work as long as it relates to environmental issues.

  • DePaul Discoveries ‐ DePaul University College of Science and Health

    DePaul Discoveries is a peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal published by DePaul University’s College of Science and Health.

  • Dies Legibiles: An Undergraduate Journal of Medieval Studies ‐ Smith College

    The first undergraduate journal of medieval studies at Smith College focuses on the period 400–1600 AD. Submissions from all sorts of fields are accepted such as art, art history, language and translation, and religion. Submissions are encouraged pertaining to regions outside Western Christendom. Any undergraduate student at any college or university may submit.

  • Digital America ‐ University of Richmond

    Digital America is a new, online journal that features student work on digitization, digital culture, and American life. We also feature process projects in courses that engage digital media and digital culture, and we feature ongoing commentary on topical, digital issues. We accept traditional papers as well as new media pieces, digital art, and short films.

  • Digital Literature Review ‐ Ball State University

    Digital Literature Review is the Ball State University English Department’s new undergraduate academic journal, edited and produced by Ball State undergraduates. Our goal is to showcase the valuable contributions of hardworking, creative undergraduate students. We welcome original, engaging, scholarly submissions from the perspective of a wide range of academic disciplines, including film studies, theatre, anthropology, psychology, and literary and cultural studies. Each issue is thematically driven, so please visit www.bsu.edu/dlr or email us at dlr@bsu.edu to find out more about our current focus.

  • DISCOVER: Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Utah State University

    DISCOVER is a peer-reviewed, open access journal dedicated to the publication of outstanding scholarship by undergraduates at Utah State University. This journal accepts submissions of scholarly and research articles, from undergraduate students in all academic disciplines.

  • DISCOVERY ‐ University of Arkansas

    Discovery is the undergraduate student research journal at the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences.

  • Discovery: Georgia State University Honors College Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Georgia State University

    DISCOVERY is an undergraduate research journal featuring publications from students enrolled in the Honors College at Georgia State University. The mission of DISCOVERY, subtitled The Honors College Undergraduate Research Journal, is to promote, showcase, and disseminate original scholarship from all disciplines conducted by Honors College undergraduate students who have been involved in faculty-mentored research projects and creative activities. DISCOVERY promotes, encourages and rewards undergraduate research excellence and provides opportunities for the exchange of ideas beyond the classroom.

  • Discovery: The SMSU Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ Southwest Minnesota State University

    The journal features exceptional research and writing by SMSU undergraduates.

  • Discussions ‐ Case Western Reserve University

    Discussions is the undergraduate research journal of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. We are currently accepting submissions from all majors! We accept from all over the nation and have received submissions from Princeton, Florida, and even New Zealand. Our current acceptance rates are around 30 percent, and we are becoming more competitive every year. Check out our website to learn more!

  • DUJS Homepage ‐ Dartmouth College

    Founded in 1998, the Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science aims to increase scientific awareness by providing an interdisciplinary forum for sharing undergraduate research and enriching scientific knowledge. The DUJS prints quarterly journals that include science news and review articles, along with research by undergraduates. Weekly Dartmouth Science News articles are also posted to the DUJS website.

  • DUURJ ‐ University of Denver

    The DU Undergraduate Research Journal is a peer reviewed publication of research articles from all undergraduate disciplines. The mission of DUURJ is to encourage, recognize, and celebrate intellectual activity that occurs outside of the classroom, though exemplary research conducted in classroom settings may also be displayed. The journal staff is comprised entirely of DU undergraduate students and works to promote academic research across all disciplines.

  • El Río: A Student Research Journal ‐ Colorado State University-Pueblo

    El Río: A Student Research Journal is a student-run research journal at CSU-Pueblo that focuses on outstanding student work from the humanities, behavioral, social, natural, and health and applied sciences. Its mission is to acknowledge, promote, and disseminate high-quality student research that shapes discourse and fosters understanding.

  • Elon Journal of Undergraduate Research in Communications ‐ Elon University

    The Elon Journal is the only journal with a focus on undergraduate research in journalism, media, and communications.

  • Epistemai: An Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy ‐ University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

    Epistemai is an undergraduate philosophy journal with a focus on short, original, philosophical work done by undergraduates from universities across the country.

  • Eureka ‐ University of Alberta
    Eureka is a student-founded and student-run initiative. This journal offers undergraduate scientists the unique opportunity to share their discoveries with the scientific world through the peer review process. Eureka is an educational institution, with a diverse team of reviewers from many scientific backgrounds, exposing undergraduate students to the publication process often excluded from their traditional scientific education. Through clear and effective scientific writing, students will be a
  • EVOS Journal

    EvoS Journal: The Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium is a journal designed to promote the education of evolutionary theory in colleges and universities. EvoS Journal welcomes work from all academic disciplines as well as interdisciplinary scholarship that incorporates evolutionary theory across areas of study.

  • Explorations ‐ University of North Carolina Wilmington

    Explorations is a refereed journal that features original research and creative work by students at any 2- or 4- year public or private college or university across the state of North Carolina. Explorations is the companion journal for the annual State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium (SCNURCS) and publishes student-authored articles of general interest in any area, as well as creative work in a variety of media. Article submission is June 1 of each year, and submissions are reviewed by a faculty board of reviewers across the state.

  • Falsafa: Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy ‐ University of California, Irvine

    Falsafa aims to highlight philosophical ideas and research in marginalized/underrepresented subdisciplines and aims to encourage work by undergraduates within the same. Falsafa welcomes submissions on topics pertaining to all areas of philosophy and encourages undergraduates from all universities, majors, and backgrounds to submit creative works.

  • FAU Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Florida Atlantic University

    The Florida Atlantic Undergraduate Research Journal (FAURJ) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal that is published annually. The FAURJ is published online and in print. Its missions are to showcase high quality undergraduate research in all fields, supply younger students with an idea of the standard of research, and promote inquiry-based activities at FAU.

  • Fenjan: The Middle East Journal ‐ University of Pennsylvania

    Fenjan is the University of Pennsylvania’s premier journal on the Middle East. Through nonpartisan, quarterly issues, Fenjan is dedicated to increasing empathy for and understanding of the Middle East among the Penn Community through written and visual work.

  • Field: A Journal of Arts and Sciences ‐ Indiana University Kokomo

    Field: A Journal of Arts & Sciences is IU Kokomo’s peer-reviewed student journal that inspires dialogue across disciplines. Field publishes visual artwork, research essays, and creative writing. We are committed to representing diverse student perspectives and expanding our community’s field of vision.

  • First-Gen Voices ‐ Loyola Marymount University

    First-Gen Voices: Creative and Critical Narratives on the First-Generation College Experience is a peer-reviewed journal of creative writing, visual and recorded art, and scholarly work from the first-generation college community—students, faculty, and staff whose parents have not completed bachelor’s degrees from institutions in the United States). Founded in spring 2014 at Loyola Marymount University, First-Gen Voices offers a space where individuals from diverse backgrounds can engage one another in conversation through their shared social identity as first-gen college students. This publication aims to promote awareness about the first-gen experience, the valuable forms of social capital first-gen students bring into the university, and the meaningful contributions they make to their local and global communities.

  • Florida Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Florida Undergraduate Research Assn

    The Florida Undergraduate Research Journal (FURJ) is a new publication opportunity for students to share their work with others beyond their campus journals. It is dedicated to publishing outstanding undergraduate research across all disciplines. All are welcome to submit.

  • Forbes & Fifth ‐ University of Pittsburgh

    Forbes & Fifth, a magazine published by Dietrich School undergraduates at the University of Pittsburgh, and sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity, unites works of research, creative writing, and scholarly articles under the banner of interdisciplinary collaboration. We seek articles of an interdisciplinary nature, both in form and content. We’ve featured research articles on Internet memes, Peruvian Terrorism, Mongolian folk rock, Great Britain’s “Little Ice Age,” as well as poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. We’re also interested in visual art, translations, and reviews. Undergraduates at accredited institutions may submit inquiries or work to forbes5@pitt.edu.

  • Furman University Electronic Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics
  • George Mason Review ‐ George Mason University

    The George Mason Review is a cross-disciplinary undergraduate journal. Through the publication of exemplary, scholarly works, the GMR acts as a medium for discussion among us–the Mason undergraduate body–about scholarship. It seeks to re-vision scholarship by exploring and challenging the boundaries separating disciplines from each other, the humanities from the sciences, and academic from creative. In doing so, the GMR hopes to represent the academic excellence of the Mason undergraduate body.

  • Global HIstories: A Student Journal  ‐ Freie Universitaet Berlin

    Global Histories: A Student Journal aims to offer a platform for debate, discussion and intellectual exchange for a new generation of scholars with diverse research interests. Global history can provide an opportunity to move beyond disciplinary boundaries and methodological centrisms, both in time and space. As students of global history at Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, our interest lies not in prescribing what global history is and what it is not but to encourage collaboration, cooperation, and discourse among students seeking to explore new intellectual frontiers.

  • Glocality ‐ Windesheim Honours College, The Netherlands

    Glocality is an open-access academic journal that offers a platform to undergraduate students to share their work with the scholar community and practitioners worldwide. Articles explore the relationship between local and global on the dimensions of the Sustainable Development Goals.

  • Grand Valley Journal of History ‐ Grand Valley State University

    The Grand Valley Journal of History provides undergraduate students from all institutions with an opportunity to publish their historically-based research. The GVJH is a journal for all majors, operated by student editors and overseen by a faculty advisory board.

  • Harf: A Journal of South Asian Studies ‐ McGill University

    Harf: A Journal of South Asian Studies invites academic work from undergraduate and graduate students working on South Asia. We are a new journal published out of McGill University in Montreal. We welcome all submissions pertaining to the anthropology, history, literatures, and religions of South Asia. We are interested, particularly, in essays that explore marginalized voices, communities, practices, and concepts. Submissions must be double-spaced and 15-30 pages in length, inclusive of all endnotes, footnotes, and bibliography. Submissions must be formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style as per the notes and bibliography system. Queries may be sent to harfjournal@gmail.com or via our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/harfjournal.

  • History Matters: An Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research  ‐ Appalachian State University


    An undergraduate history journal, published annually on this website by the Department of History at Appalachian State University. The journal is edited by undergraduates with the help of a faculty board. Our goal is to publish the best undergraduate historical research possible. In doing so, we would like to provide an opportunity for top undergraduates from a variety of schools to be recognized for their work, familiarize them with the publishing process, and encourage student-faculty collaboration.

  • Illumin ‐ University of Southern California

    Illumin is a student-run online magazine dedicated to the fields of science and technology, specifically engineering. Submissions to the magazine come from USC undergraduate engineers along with submissions from universities across the nation.

  • Illuminate: The Undergraduate Journal of the Northeast Regional Honors Council  ‐ Northeast Regional Honors Council

    Illuminate features academic and creative content of honors students from the Northeast region

  • Impulse: An Undergraduate Journal for Neuroscience  ‐ Appalachian State University

    IMPULSE is the first international, online neuroscience journal for undergraduate publications. The journal is peer reviewed by students worldwide.

  • Indiana University Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ Indiana University Bloomington

    Founded in August 2013, the Indiana University Journal of Undergraduate Research is an entirely student-led journal dedicated to promoting a culture of curiosity all around Indiana University. Any undergrad from all eight of Indiana University’s campuses can submit to our journal, and we accept submissions from any field on a rolling basis.

  • Inquiries Journal

    Inquiries Journal is an open-access, multidisciplinary student journal focused on presenting student scholarship in the social sciences, arts, and humanities.

  • Inquiro ‐ University of Alabama at Birmingham

    Inquiro is UAB’s official journal of undergraduate research. The Journal operates by a blind, peer review process conducted by UAB faculty, researchers, and distinguished undergraduate students and maintains the highest standards of scholastic integrity.

  • Inquiry Journal ‐ University of New Hampshire

    Inquiry journal is the online, multi-disciplinary undergraduate research journal of the University of New Hampshire. It is published annually in April.

  • Inquiry: The University of Arkansas Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ University of Arkansas

    The Inquiry Journal accepts research works as well as creative works for publication. Research includes any quantitative or qualitative original research that a student has conducted during their academic studies. Creative works include any theoretical works, policy analyses, art projects or displays, among others.

  • International Journal of Exercise Science

    The primary aim of the International Journal of Exercise Science is to engage undergraduate and graduate students in scholarly activity as authors and reviewers as they develop into professionals. In addition to providing students with an outlet for manuscript submission, the Journal will engage students as peer reviewers, thus providing students with a more encompassing experience with regards to scholarly activity. All student authors who have a manuscript accepted in the Journal will be added to the reviewer pool and may have the opportunity to serve as a peer reviewer on future submissions.

  • International Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities ‐ Pacific University

    A peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to the publication of outstanding scholarship by undergraduates and their mentors from academic institutions of higher learning. The journal accepts submissions of research articles, fiction, poetry, photography, videos, and other creative works from undergraduate students in all academic disciplines.

  • International Relations Review ‐ Boston University

    The International Relations Review (IRR) is an esteemed undergraduate journal at Boston University. Founded in 2009, and indexed in the Library of Congress, the International Relations Review consists of policy-oriented analyses through two annual print issues and a consistent collection of digital commentary; each publication boasts original research, policy recommendations, book reviews, and opinion pieces. Each issue is read by a global network of scholars, practitioners, leaders, and students committed to advancing human progress and approaching tomorrow’s challenges with thoughtful, interdisciplinary lenses.

  • International Undergraduate Journal of Health Sciences ‐ Munster Technological University

    International Undergraduate Journal of Health Sciences (IUJHS) is a student-run, open access, peer- reviewed online journal that publishes original research papers, short communications, review papers, mini-review papers, letters to the editor, and conference proceedings within the field of human health and medical science. The IUJHS is published twice-yearly.

  • Intersect: The Stanford Journal of Science, Technology and Society  ‐ Stanford University

    Intersect is an international Science, Technology, and Society research journal run by undergraduate students at Stanford University and supported by the Program in STS. It welcomes undergraduate, graduate, and PhD submissions at the intersection of history, culture, sociology, art, literature, business, law, and design with science and technology. The journal’s submissions are not exclusive to Stanford affiliates and generally span several continents.

  • Intersections  ‐ University of Washington

    Intersections is an interdisciplinary print-form journal published online by the Comparative History of Ideas program at the University of Washington, Seattle. Intersections features features student essays, research papers, and capstone theses in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. There are no established deadlines as submissions are accepted on a rolling basis. Work of any length is considered. Interested authors should consult the journal’s Call for Papers page for submission specifications. Authors can contact the editorial staff at: intersectionssubmissions@gmail.com.

  • Interstate – Journal of International Affairs ‐ Aberystwyth University

    Founded in 1965 at Aberystwyth University’s Department of International Politics, ‘Interstate – Journal of International Affairs’ is a student-run journal that focuses on international affairs.

  • Inventio ‐ The Catholic University of America

    Inventio is the multidisciplinary undergraduate research journal of The Catholic University of America. Established in 2015, it aims to identify and disseminate original undergraduate research that best represents the university’s commitment to the academic and Catholic traditions that inform its mission to “discover and impart the truth.” The journal accepts submissions of research in theology, philosophy, the humanities, and the social sciences written by current students or within two years of their graduation.

  • Invoke ‐ University of Alberta
    The focus and scope of the journal includes anything sociological, that is presenting scholarly research with a sociological perspective. This does not completely exclude perspectives of other disciplines; sociology is a very broad and overlapping field and submissions from other disciplines will be accepted. Submissions are limited to works done at the undergraduate level.
  • Issues in Politcal Economy ‐ Elon University & Mary Washington University

    Issues in Political Economy is a student run journal whose focus is to promote undergraduate research in all areas of economics.

  • Jackson School Journal of International Studies ‐ University of Washington

    The Jackson School Journal is an online and print publication dedicated to profiling the outstanding research and policy writing relating to international studies.

  • James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ James Madison University

    The James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal (JMURJ) is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal produced by a student editorial board working alongside faculty reviewers. This online journal publishes excellent scholarly research conducted by JMU undergraduates from all academic disciplines. Submissions are evaluated and published on a rolling basis.

  • JOSHUA: Journal of Science and Health at the University of Alabama ‐ University of Alabama

    The Journal of Science and Health at the University of Alabama (JOSHUA) is an undergraduate research journal relating to science and health.

  • Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography

    The JUE is an online publication for undergraduate academic writing. The JUE seeks to distribute original scholarly ethnographies from a variety of disciplinary areas.

  • Journal of Art History and Museum Studies ‐ Florida Southern College

    The Journal of Art History and Museum Studies (JAHMS) is a student-edited, undergraduate peer-reviewed journal. Led by its student editorial board, JAHMS publishes issues online in the fall and spring academic terms and welcomes intercollegiate scholarly research of students across the globe.

  • Journal of Asian and African Social Science and Humanities ‐ Asian and African Research Centre
    Journal of Asian and African Social Science and Humanities is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal. The journal publishes research papers in the fields of humanities and social science such as anthropology, business studies, communication studies, corporate governance, criminology, cross-cultural studies, demography, development studies, economics, education, ethics, geography, history, industrial relations, international relations, law, linguistics, library science, media
  • Journal of European Psychology Students ‐ European Federation of Psychology Students’ Association

    The Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS) is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal for psychology students worldwide. JEPS is run by highly motivated European psychology students and has been publishing since 2009. By ensuring that authors are always provided with extensive feedback, JEPS gives psychology students the chance to gain experience in publishing and to improve their scientific skills. Furthermore, JEPS provides students with the opportunity to share their research and to take a first step toward a scientific career.

  • Journal of Foreign Affairs at Carolina ‐ UNC Chapel Hill

    The Journal of Foreign Affairs at Carolina (JFAC) is an undergraduate research journal at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill which publishes excellent undergraduate research on global affairs and current events. This student-run journal partners with the Office of Undergraduate Research and the Carolina International Relations Association to publish biannual issues showcasing not only student research, but also student photography from around the world. This interdisciplinary journal accepts submissions relating to global affairs a wide variety of subjects including, but not limited to, economics, religion, anthropology, international relations, language and regional studies.

  • Journal of Integrated Social Sciences  ‐ California Lutheran University

    The Journal of Integrated Social Sciences is a web-based, peer-reviewed journal committed to the scholarly investigation of social phenomena. We especially encourage students and their faculty advisers to submit the results of their investigations.

  • Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations and Identity ‐ Université de Montréal

    Title of Journal: Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations and Identity (JIRIRI). Years active: 2008 – present Peer-reviewed: yes Review done by: undergraduate and graduate students. A senior associate editor (Ph.D.) trains the students and verifies all the letters that are sent to the authors. The Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations and Identity (JIRIRI) is a social psychology journal with the goal of promoting the creation and expression of novel theoretical and empirical ideas. Created at Université de Montréal, it is an international scientific peer-reviewed journal for undergraduate students. The JIRIRI’s goal is to promote creative and original ideas in social psychology and related fields, produced by undergraduate students worldwide. Undergraduate students are given the opportunity to either publish an empirical or theoretical manuscript, to review scientific manuscripts or to become part of the editorial team. The JIRIRI’s next goal is to diffuse its material to other professors and students that wish to use the peer-review process as a teaching tool.

  • Journal of Near & Middle-Eastern Civilizations ‐ University of Toronto

    The Journal of Near & Middle-Eastern Civilizations is a yearly journal published by the University of Toronto NMC Students’ Union. It seeks to receive work from both graduate and undergraduate students–particularly in relation to the modern Middle East.

  • Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research ‐ Purdue University

    The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research publishes outstanding research papers written by Purdue undergraduates from all academic disciplines who have completed a faculty-mentored research projects.

  • Journal of Research in Progress ‐ Howard Community College

    The Journal of Research in Progress (JRIP) showcases the outstanding original research work done by Howard Community College students with their faculty mentors and celebrates their achievements to date.

  • Journal of Student Research

    The Journal of Student Research is an electronic, academic, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the rapid dissemination of current research.

  • Journal of Student Research at Indiana University East ‐ Indiana University East

    The Journal of Student Research at Indiana University East (JSRIUE) selectively publishes the accomplishments of dedicated undergraduate and graduate students’ research, scholarship, & creative activity.

  • Journal of Undergraduate Kinesiology Research ‐ University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire

    The Journal of Undergraduate Kinesiology Research is published by the Kinesiology Department at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire. The peer reviewed, Internet-based journal (ISSN 1936-7007) is dedicated to original undergraduate research in Kinesiology. The Editor-In-Chief invites Kinesiology-related, undergraduate research from all academic institutions.

  • Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Excellence(JUR) ‐ Colorado State University

    JURSE is a peer-reviewed, undergraduate journal registered with the Library of Congress that accepts submissions of any subject, from any undergraduate institution. We receive hundreds of submissions for publication every year, from institutions ranging from small liberal arts colleges to international institutions. The review process for publication includes peer, graduate, and faculty referees, ensuring that the Journal publishes competitive material that follows the Journal’s standards for ac

  • Journal of Undergraduate Research in Physics

    JURP is a peer-reviewed online journal of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) and Sigma Pi Sigma, the physics honor society.

  • Journal of Undergraduate Research in the Humanities ‐ Carroll University & Northwestern University

    The Journal of Undergraduate Research in Humanities (JURH) is a pioneering, peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to showcasing exceptional undergraduate scholarship within the Humanities. This biennial publication stands as a vibrant forum for academic discourse, drawing on a wide array of Humanities fields. JURH is founded on the belief that undergraduate research is a critical component of the academic landscape, offering fresh perspectives and insights across disciplines.

  • Journal of Young Investigators

    The Journal of Young Investigators is the largest and most prestigious journal of undergraduate research. We accept submissions from all over the world and in all scientific disciplines (including biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, mathematics, and social sciences). Our journal was founded more than 20 years ago and received a generous endowment from Burroughs Welcome Fund to help finance our mission of enhancing publication opportunities for undergraduate researchers. We are entirely run by undergraduates living in more than a dozen countries. To learn about submitting to the journal our joining our staff, please see our website at jyi.org.

  • Kentucky Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship ‐ Eastern Kentucky University

    The Kentucky Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship is an online, refereed journal dedicated to showcasing the research and creative activities of undergraduate students across Kentucky. Submissions are invited throughout the year from a variety of disciplines. The journal publishes annually.

  • Kentucky Undergraduate Journal for the Health Humanities (KUJHH) ‐ University of Kentucky
    KUJHH is an open-access journal in Kentucky that publishes expert-reviewed research, scholarship, and art of undergraduate students enrolled at any Kentucky institution. We define the health humanities as an interdisciplinary study that analyzes how humanistic disciplines (arts, literature, law, history, philosophy/ethics, etc.) inform or intersect with health care and health-related subjects. Applicable topics are essentially your field of interest + the humanities + a health subject(s)
  • Laridae – Salisbury University Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Salisbury University

    Laridae is an interdisciplinary, undergraduate research journal, which showcases academic and creative works from Salisbury University’s undergraduate student body. The journal is aimed at providing aspiring scholars with a platform to showcase their work in a low-stakes environment, which encourages diversity of thought and risk-taking. Salisbury University works to foster an academic environment where students are empowered to develop critical thinking and chase ideas from inception to resolution. Laridae seeks to facilitate and further augment SU’s academic environment by offering a high-quality forum for the pursuit of knowledge.

  • Learning & Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences

    Learning and Teaching (LATISS) is a peer-reviewed journal that uses the social sciences to reflect critically on learning and teaching in the changing context of higher education. The journal invites students and staff to explore their education practices in the light of changes in their institutions, national higher education policies, the strategies of international agencies and developments associated with the so-called international knowledge economy.

  • Live Ideas: Undergraduate Primary Texts Journal ‐ Kansas State University

    Live Ideas is the open-access, peer-reviewed undergraduate journal of Kansas State University’s Primary Texts Certificate program. It is co-produced by students and faculty at K-State and is published online once per semester.

  • LOGOS: A Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ Missouri State University

    LOGOS: A Journal of Undergraduate Research is dedicated to publishing outstanding work by undergraduates in every academic discipline, including original research, essays, creative writing, and artwork. Led by Honors College student editors and advised by a Faculty Advisory Board, LOGOS conforms to the highest standards of scholastic integrity in a blind peer-review process.The Editorial Board welcomes submissions from current and former undergraduate students and collaborative teams, particularly those engaged in departmental honors work, independent study, research assistance, or a competitive summer fellowship.

  • Lucerna ‐ University of Missouri-Kansas City

    Lucerna is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal and UMKC’s only undergraduate research journal, publishing articles by students in the social sciences, sciences, and humanities. Established in 2005 by the UMKC Honors Program, Lucerna cultivates and showcases high-caliber scholarship from the entire UMKC undergraduate community.

  • Lucid: An Undergraduate Journal of First-Generation Student Writing ‐ University of California, Irvine

    Lucid is an annual journal of first-generation student writing published through the English Department’s Composition Program at UC Irvine.

  • Madison Journal of Literary Criticism ‐ University of Wisconsin-Madison

    The Madison Journal of Literary Criticism aims to provide a forum for undergraduate students to publish their scholarly work and engage in the contemporary literary debates ongoing in the larger academic community.

  • Mapping Politics ‐ Memorial University of Newfoundland

    Mapping Politics is an annual peer-reviewed journal produced by students in the Political Science department at Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland. We welcome submissions from Memorial students in all areas of political science including Newfoundland and Labrador politics, Canadian politics, international relations, media and politics, comparative politics, and political theory.

  • Metamorphosis ‐ Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges

    Metamorphosis features scholarly and creative work at COPLAC member institutions across the United States and Canada. The journal is interdisciplinary by design, highlighting work in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, arts and professional programs.

  • Michigan Journal of Political Science ‐ University of Michigan
  • Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ Monmouth College

    The Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research is an academic peer-reviewed journal, produced under the direction of student editors and a faculty advisory board. Founded in 2011, the MJUR is dedicated to the publication of outstanding scholarship by undergraduates. The journal accepts submissions of research and analysis from all academic disciplines. Although the majority of manuscripts are submitted by students from colleges and universities in the U.S. Midwest, there is no regional restriction on submissions. Acceptance rate averages 25%. Please visit the MJUR website for more information and instructions for manuscript submission.

  • MiM Journal ‐ Millersville University of Pennsylvania

    The Made in Millersville Journal captures diverse and vibrant student projects presented at the annual Made in Millersville conference. It provides students with a unique learning opportunity as they share their research and creativity with a public audience through the publication process in a digital collection. The Journal enables the creation of multidisciplinary connections by publishing various disciplinary projects in one place to continue scholarly discussion after the Made in Millersville event.

  • Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences ‐ University of Central Missouri

    The Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences (MJMS) publishes well-motivated original research articles as well as expository and survey articles of exceptional quality in mathematical sciences.

  • MIT Undergraduate Research Journal  ‐ Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    The MIT Undergraduate Research Journal (MURJ) is MIT’s only peer-reviewed scientific journal serving the undergraduate population.

  • Momentum ‐ Columbus State University

    Momentum advocates the presence of a diverse student population conducting independent studies. It serves as a platform to promote creativity, inquiry, and intellectual critique among undergraduates from all disciplines. Led by an Editorial Advisory Board, the journal conforms to the highest levels of academic honor by utilizing a blind review process that permits erudite submission from students across the disciplines. The journal’s ultimate goal is to publish scholarly research among a wide range of captivating themes. Momentum accepts perspectives, creative inquires, and quantitative and qualitative research at the undergraduate level. Please email the Momentum editorial board at momentum@columbusstate.edu.

  • Mountaineer Undergraduate Research Review (MURR) ‐ West Virginia University

    The Mountaineer Undergraduate Research Review (MURR) is West Virginia University’s student-led and peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal. MURR showcases research and scholarship of students of all majors including humanities, arts, social sciences, and STEM disciplines. MURR is published each fall and spring in both online and print journals. MURR was originally established in 2009, and relaunched in fall 2020 with supervision provided by the institutional Office of Undergraduate Research and the WVU Honors College.

  • MSU SciReview ‐ Michigan State University

    MSU SciReview is an annual publication of literature reviews submitted by Michigan State University students. This publication is open to all students at MSU. We operate as an academic club to further develop research and academic writing skills.

  • Mysterion: The Theology Journal of Boston College ‐ Boston College

    Mysterion is Boston College’s leading source of undergraduate theological scholarship. Though managed by Boston College students, Mysterion provides the opportunity for undergraduates around the world to contribute to theological discourse. Mysterion’s scope encompasses biblical studies, historical theology, comparative theology, systematic theology, and theological ethics. The journal also welcomes submissions that highlight the interdisciplinary nature of theological study and the many ways in which an undergraduate education raises important questions about God, self, and society. 

  • Nevada State Undergraduate Research Journal (NSURJ) ‐ University of Nevada, Reno

    Publishes research from all disciplines. The research must have been conducted in the state of Nevada.

  • New Errands: The Undergraduate Journal of American Studies ‐ Penn State University – Harrisburg

    Seeking to develop the next generation of Americanists, New Errands’ mission is to provide a venue for the publication of important original scholarship by emerging young scholars and to provide a teaching resource for instructors of American Studies looking for exemplary work to use in the classroom. New Errands is jointly published by the Eastern American Studies Association and the American Studies Program at Penn State Harrisburg.

  • Noetica: Journal of Global Premodern Studies ‐ William and Mary

    Noetica is a student-founded undergraduate research journal seeking to promote the highest level of erudition. Our motto, Eruditio Flumen Vivendi, or Knowledge is the Flow of Living, reflects our mission to uplift bright thinkers by providing them the opportunity to be recognized for their intellectual endeavors. Noetica encourages submissions of scholarly papers bridging the past and the present. We are affiliated with the interdisciplinary Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program at William & Mary.

  • Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Northwestern University

    The Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal (NURJ) is a student-produced journal that showcases select research done by Northwestern undergraduates from a variety of academic backgrounds. We publish everything from research in mechanical engineering to anthropology to biological sciences to history. NURJ’s mission is to bring awareness to the Northwestern community about the outstanding research being accomplished by undergraduate students as well as the research opportunities available to Northwestern students.

  • Nota Bene: Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Musicology ‐ Western University

    Nota Bene is a journal of musicology developed by the Don Wright Faculty of Music at Western University Canada. It seeks to publish essays of a high critical and rhetorical standard, written by undergraduate students from universities around the world. Essays in historical musicology, ethnomusicology, popular music studies, music theory, music education, and interdisciplinary subjects with a focus on the above are invited. All submissions are double-blind reviewed by a panel of professors from across Canada. Questions can be submitted by e-mail.

  • Nýsa: The NKU Journal of Student Research ‐ Northern Kentucky University

    Nýsa seeks to publish the best of undergraduate and student research from NKU. It provides an outlet for outstanding contributions from students in all fields, with special emphases on fields lacking in discipline-specific venues, research that spans several disciplines, and research that is smaller in scope but still tells a complete story.

  • NYU American Public Policy Review ‐ New York University

    The NYU American Public Policy Review (ISSN 2693-9797) is a biannual publication of scholarly articles from undergraduate and graduate students that propose bold, original ideas for change within local, state, or federal government in the United States. The journal is published by undergraduate students at New York University, and submissions are peer-reviewed by faculty with relevant expertise from institutions across the United States. Submissions are open to undergraduate and graduate students from any accredited higher education institution.

  • On Second Thought ‐ Oberlin College

    As Oberlin College’s alternative history journal, On Second Thought publishes innovative, accessible, and engaging historical content with the goal of reaching the Oberlin community and beyond.

  • Online Journal for Undergraduate Research in the Marine and Aquatic Sciences

    MarSci is an inter-institutional venue for publishing undergraduate research manuscripts pertaining to the marine and aquatic sciences. Students interested in writing a manuscript based on their undergraduate research experience, as well as research advisors to undergraduates, should find MarSci to be the perfect opportunity for undergraduates to engage in the process of submission and publication, a unique learning experience that is not typically available to most undergraduate scientists.

  • Open Americas

    Open Americas (OA) is a platform for sharing content that engages with contemporary social issues issues facing the Western Hemisphere. We advocate a diversity of thought through information, whether research, literature, reviews, or photographs. OA does not strictly adhere to any political or religious doctrine and encourages open, respectful debate and critical thought. We were founded by a group of female undergraduate and graduate students; we greatly value the undergraduate voice and seek submissions year-round.

  • Oshkosh Scholar ‐ University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

    Oshkosh Scholar is a faculty-reviewed undergraduate research journal published annually by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s Office of Student Research and Creativity.

  • OUR Journal – Oregon Undergraduate Research ‐ University of Oregon

    The Oregon Undergraduate Research Journal (OUR Journal) is an open access undergraduate research journal at the University of Oregon. It showcases some of the best research and publications by UO undergraduate students.

  • PANDION: The Osprey Journal of Research and Ideas ‐ University of North Florida

    PANDION: The Osprey Journal of Research and Ideas is an online and print journal featuring the results of faculty-mentored and faculty-endorsed student research from all colleges and majors at the University of North Florida.

  • Peer Review: The Undergraduate Research Journal of the Ethnography of the University Initiative ‐ University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Peer Review is an open-access, digital journal that publishes research-based articles and multimedia projects by current and recent undergraduates who participate in EUI-affiliated courses or students in non-EUI-related courses or programs of study whose research engages the university in a meaningful way.

  • Penn Bioethics Journal ‐ University of Pennsylvania

    The Penn Bioethics Journal is the nation’s premier peer-reviewed undergraduate bioethics journal. The journal was established in spring 2004 with the first issue published April 1, 2005, as part of the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference hosted by Penn. The editorial board has included undergraduates from all four schools at the University of Pennsylvania with faculty advisors Jonathan D. Moreno, PhD, and Connie Ulrich, PhD, RN

  • Penn Journal of Arts and Sciences ‐ University of Pennsylvania

    The Penn Journal of Arts and Sciences (PJAS) is a vibrant platform for individuals all around the world to share their scholarly and creative pursuits. The diverse voices amplified by our journal showcase research findings, creative articles, poetry, reviews, and art. With contributors from all walks of life, PJAS aims to cultivate a community rich with intellectual curiosity. The Penn Journal of Arts and Sciences accepts submissions on a rolling basis, with our next issue published Fall 2024.

  • Penn Undergraduate Law Journal ‐ University of Pennsylvania

    A student-run research publication at the University of Pennsylvania, the Penn Undergraduate Law Journal seeks to foster scholarly discourse on topical and historical issues pertaining to law or the legal system. In this spirit, the journal’s principal objective is to publish exceptional undergraduate works, drawn from an array of disciplinary perspectives, that evaluate and elucidate the intricacies, vagaries, and nuances of law as they relate to domestic and international affairs, business, academia, and society. PULJ aims to sustain and enrich a vibrant discussion about law at the undergraduate level because it recognizes that the student writers of today will be the leaders, lawyers, and scholars of tomorrow.

  • Perpetua: The UAH Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ The University of Alabama in Huntsville

    Perpetua is a journal that highlights the research performed at UAH by publishing peer-reviewed articles submitted by undergraduates.

  • Philologia: Undergraduate Research Journal for Liberal Arts and Human Sciences  ‐ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

    Philologia is Greek for “scholarship, love of learning,” a title that embodies the objectives of the journal. The journal was created for the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences at Virginia Tech and accepts liberal arts research from all 13 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) universities.It is an annually published, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal.

  • Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review: An International Undergraduate Journal ‐ Virginia Tech

    The Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review is an international undergraduate journal housed in the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Virginia Tech. The journal is dedicated to publishing original research in philosophy, politics, and economics and the humanities and social sciences more generally. The journal welcomes submissions from current or recent undergraduate students in PPE and related fields worldwide.

  • Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics ‐ Pi Sigma Alpha

    The Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics (ISSN: 1556-2034) was founded in the spring of 2001 by the Delta Omega Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha at Purdue University, under the name The American Undergraduate Journal of Politics and Government. With the sponsorship of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, the name of the Journal was changed to The Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics beginning with the Fall 2004 issue. From July 2007 until July 2010 the Journal was based at the Zeta Upsilon Chapter at Union College, and in August 2010 moved to the Eta Rho Chapter at the College of William & Mary. In August 2013, the Nu Omega Chapter at Oakland University began hosting the Journal for a three year term!

  • Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship ‐ University of Washington

    Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship provides a space for undergraduate writers to share their work outside of the context and constraints of the college classroom. Each issue of Process centers on a topic of contemporary interest to a global audience, fostering critical conversations that transverse disciplinary, cultural, and national borders. We believe that undergraduate writing deserves serious attention, and hope to encourage writers to begin forging new pathways for the future of academic and public scholarship.

  • Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research

    The Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research educates, supports, and promotes professional development, and disseminates psychological science. Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology.

  • PsiBetaJournal.org ‐ Psi Beta

    The Psi Beta Journal of Research (PBJR) is a national, independent, peer-reviewed student research journal established in 2021. Our mission is to peer-review, publish, and index scholarly manuscripts that describe psychological research conducted by undergraduates. We assign a unique, permanent DOI to every article.

  • PSUR: Political Science Undergraduate Review ‐ University of Alberta
    The Political Science Undergraduate Review (PSUR) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarly work done by University of Alberta undergraduates in the field of political science. Our mission is to give students the opportunity to publish some of their written work — a useful asset when applying to grad school or future job opportunities.
  • PURSUE: Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Prairie View A & M University

    PURSUE: Undergraduate Research Journal – Prairie View A & M University As a scholarly journal, “PURSUE: Undergraduate Research Journal” seeks to provide undergraduates with an avenue to publish their original research articles. The original research articles included in this journal are peer-reviewed and selected by the journal’s Editorial Board. The journal is housed at Prairie View A&M University, an Historically Black University, and is available to all young scientists conducting research. This journal also serves as a means for faculty to extend knowledge beyond the classroom and encourage other students to conduct quality research. All undergraduate research is produced in conjunction with a faculty mentor and is peer reviewed. The journal is open to all undergraduates.

  • Pursuit: The Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ University of Tennessee at Knoxville

    Pursuit: The Journal of Undergraduate Research was founded in 2009. Pursuit is dedicated to publishing the scholarly work of undergraduates and is supported by the University of Tennessee Office of Research and the Chancellor’s Honors Program. The editors and review board are undergraduate students who consider and review submissions and work with select faculty and staff to publish Pursuit. All submissions must be double spaced and must be no longer than 30 pages (for Humanities and Social Sciences papers) or 15 pages (for Science and Engineering papers). Please use endnotes instead of footnotes. Submissions in the Sciences and Engineering fields should be written in the third person and should contain the following categories: abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion/conclusions, references.

  • Queen City Writers ‐ University of Cincinnati

    We seek thought-provoking pieces from any disciplinary perspective that explore questions and problems related to writing, rhetoric, reading, literacy broadly conceived, popular culture and media, community discourses, and multimodal and digital composing. We expect that the work will be informed by critical conversations relevant to the topic–that is, composers should incorporate timely, pertinent research to support claims. In addition, we welcome projects that experiment with form, voice, style, and delivery.

  • QUEST Website ‐ Queens University of Charlotte

    QUEST (or Queens University of Charlotte Explorations in Science and Technology) Journal is a by-students, for students, undergraduate science research journal. Students at Queens University of Charlotte act as the editorial board, accept submissions, solicit peer reviewers from outside the institution, and publish the journal online. We accept all forms of science so long as the authors are willing to publish in the generalized format of introduction, methods, results, discussion. Data must be collected in a robust, scientific, way.

  • Re:Search, The Undergraduate Literary Criticism Journal at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ‐ University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Re:Search: The Undergraduate Literary Criticism Journal at UIUC is an undergraduate produced, peer-reviewed online journal designed to annually publish works exclusively by undergraduate students. It seeks to create a venue for undergraduate students to showcase and publish literary criticism within a greater academic discourse while nurturing a collaborative community between faculty, administration, and undergraduate students.

  • REACH ‐ Cal Poly Pomona

    Cal Poly Pomona’s Office of Undergraduate Research and Bronco Scholar Works at the University Library are proud to present Reach – Inspiring Creativity, Discovery, and Innovation, an online compilation of undergraduate research at Cal Poly Pomona. Reach showcases outstanding scholarship, creative works, and research conducted by undergraduate students under the mentorship of faculty members.

  • ReCUR (Red Cedar Undergraduate Research) ‐ Michigan State University

    ReCUR is an annual publication of the Michigan State University Honors College that highlights the diversity and quality of its students’ research and creative endeavors.

  • Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ Monash University & The University of Warwick

    Reinvention: a Journal of Undergraduate Research is a new, online, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the publication of high-quality undergraduate student research. The journal welcomes academic articles from all disciplinary areas. All articles in this journal undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and refereeing by two anonymous referees. The journal is produced, edited, and managed by students and staff at Monash University and the University of Warwick. It is published biannually and only houses papers written by undergraduate students.

  • Reuleaux: The Mines Undergraduate Research Magazine ‐ Chicago School of Mines

    Reuleaux is a peer-edited magazine produced by and for students at the Colorado School of Mines.This magazine gives undergraduate researchers a platform by which they may publish engaging narrative descriptions of their research — in the physical sciences or otherwise — that are approachable to a large audience.

  • Rhet Tech Journal ‐ James Madison University

    RhetTech—founded at James Madison University by the School of Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication in 2017—is a revamp of JMU’s longtime online journal for work generated in university writing courses. RhetTech showcases exemplary work being done in undergraduate writing, rhetoric, and technical communication courses around the country. This journal is run by young scholars in JMU’s School of Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication. The name ‘RhetTech’ refers to the genres of works accepted by the journal: ‘Rhet’ refers to Rhetoric, and ‘Tech’ refers to Technical Communication. We accept a variety of content, including: text-based essays, videos, podcasts, photo essays, reviews, websites, blogs, and many more. We encourage student writers to utilize all of the tools at their disposal to communicate the messages they wish to share with readers.

  • Rice Historical Review ‐ Rice University

    The Rice Historical Review is a student-run, open access journal published online and in print. It features outstanding historically focused papers written by Rice undergraduates.

  • Righting Wrongs: A Journal of Human Rights ‐ Webster University

    Righting Wrongs: A Journal of Human Rights is a peer-reviewed academic journal that provides space for students to explore human rights issues, challenge current actions and frameworks, and engage in problem-solving aimed at tackling some of the world’s most pressing issues.

  • Rollins Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Rollins University

    The Rollins Undergraduate Research Journal is an online, peer-reviewed journal.

  • Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal ‐ Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

    The Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal is devoted entirely to papers written by undergraduates on topics related to mathematics. Although the authors need not be undergraduates at the time of submission or publication, the work must have been completed before graduation.

  • Roshangar: Roshan Undergraduate Persian Studies Journal ‐ Roshan Institute for Persian Studies, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, University of Maryland, College Park

    The Roshan Undergraduate Persian Studies Journal is a project initiated by the Roshan Undergraduate Ambassadors as part of University of Maryland’s Persian Studies program.

  • RURALS: Review of Undergraduate Research in Agricultural and Life Sciences ‐ University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    A faculty-refereed journal devoted to the publication of high quality research by undergraduates worldwide in all research problem areas including, but not limited to, those described in the USDA, CSREES Manual of Classification of Agricultural and Forestry Research. Maintained at the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Articles by graduate students will be considered if the work has been completed as undergraduates. Articles are instantly issued upon acceptanc

  • Saltman Quarterly ‐ University of California, San Diego (UCSD)

    Saltman Quarterly is an undergraduate research journal and science communication program hosted by UCSD’s Division of Biology. The student-run organization gives undergraduates an opportunity to get their original biology research and review papers published in a professional journal. The organization also allows undergraduates to get involved in local science literacy initiatives and improve their own science communication.

  • San Diego Community College Student Anthropology Journal ‐ San Diego Community College District

    a biannual, openly licensed, online journal dedicated to publishing the work of San Diego community college students.

  • Say Something Theological: The Student Journal of Theological Studies ‐ Loyola Marymount University

    The Say Something Theological journal is published by the Department for Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University and is student-led. It provides a platform for students’ work to be published and their voices heard and shared within the greater community.

  • Scientia ‐ Baylor University

    Scientia, established in 2014, is Baylor University’s undergraduate research journal in science and technology. Scientia is a peer-reviewed journal and publishes original research, review articles, and abstracts written by Baylor undergraduates. With a new issue released each spring, Scientia highlights the research done by undergraduates in that year.

  • Scientific Terrapin ‐ University of Maryland, College Park

    Scientific Terrapin, the University of Maryland’s undergraduate research journal, publishes original student research in applied sciences, natural sciences, and social sciences.

  • SIAM Undergraduate Research Online (SIURO) ‐ The Society For Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM)

    SIURO is devoted to undergraduate research in applied and computational mathematics. The wide range of applied topics published include analysis, discrete mathematics, statistics, operations research, optimization, dynamical systems, modeling, computation, and more.

  • Simpliciter: Brandeis Philosophy Journal ‐ Brandeis University
    Simpliciter is an undergraduate journal of philosophy at Brandeis University located in Waltham, Massachusetts. We aim to recognize excellent works of philosophy produced by undergraduates, and publish writings that make novel contributions to fields across a variety of philosophical traditions. While our journal is necessarily selective, a larger number of submitting authors may be accepted to speak at our conference about their papers.
  • SMU Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ Southern Methodist University

    The SMU Journal of Undergraduate Research (JoUR) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing the finest accomplishments of SMU student researchers. The SMU JoUR showcases the diverse research and scholarship performed by SMU undergraduate students and their faculty mentors.

  • Social Moments: A Student Journal of Social Relations

    Social Moments: A Student Journal of Social Relations is a free, online, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal examining the social and cultural world through a social science lens. Relevant disciplines include, but are not limited to: sociology, criminology/criminal justice, women/gender studies, sexuality, political science, social psychology, cultural/social anthropology, and cultural/social geography.

  • Social Science Text and Academic Research (STAR) Journal ‐ Anoka Ramsey Community College

    Social Science Text and Academic Research (STAR) is a journal that highlights the scholarship and publishes the findings of undergraduate student research in the social sciences at two-year institutions. STAR is open to all students at any two-year institution of higher learning.

  • Sociology between the Gaps (SBG): Forgotten and Neglected Topics ‐ Providence College

    Sociology between the Gaps (SBG) publishes high-quality, original articles including research notes, critical essays, and review papers which fall into subfields in sociological work that may be viewed by some as outside mainstream sociological topics; hence the full journal title: Sociology between the Gaps: Forgotten and Neglected Topics. The journal also aims to reflect the intersections of social class, race, gender, age, and cross-disciplinary views by encouraging sociologists and professionals in related fields to submit work on topics that cross disciplinary boundaries and/or areas of specialization but effectively link disciplines to provide a multi-disciplinary perspective on the topics addressed. The Editorial Board encourages original, unpublished papers in the field of sociology written by undergraduate or graduate students to be submitted to SBG. High-quality, well-written student papers may be submitted either by the author(s) of the paper or by the faculty advisor/mentor of students who are currently enrolled in the pursuit of an undergraduate or graduate degree. The submitted work should be reviewed by the student’s faculty mentor for whom the paper was written before it is sent to the Editor-in-Chief of SBG. Student submitters are NOT required to be sociology majors.

  • SPACE: Student Perspectives About Civic Engagement ‐ Service-Learning and Civic Engagement Consortium (SLCEC)

    Student Perspectives About Civic Engagement (SPACE) is an online journal hosted by a consortium of Chicago area universities. We hope to draw out the voice of university students in metropolitan settings who wrestle with the challenges and the opportunities that the city and surrounding environs present to us through service-learning opportunities. We welcome manuscripts from undergraduate and graduate students who have had a robust civic engagement experience, including service-learning, and want to further explore the meaning of the experience through research and writing.

  • Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal  ‐ University of Nevada Las Vegas

    Spectra is a biannual (i.e., fall and spring issues), peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, open-access journal primarily dedicated to the publication of undergraduate student research at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. If and when possible, Spectra also publishes well-qualified undergraduate research from other institutions.

  • Spectrum ‐ University of Alberta

    Spectrum is a student-run, interdisciplinary journal that strives to publish diverse and engaging research completed by undergraduate students within and across the areas of health sciences, natural sciences and engineering, social sciences, arts and humanities. English-language submissions are welcome from undergraduate students at any postsecondary institution. Spectrum is managed by the Undergraduate Research Initiative at the University of Alberta (www.uri.ualberta.ca)

  • Splice: the Undergraduate Research Journal of the SDSU College of Arts and Letters  ‐ San Diego State University

    Splice, the Undergraduate Research Journal of the SDSU College of Arts and Letters, is an anthology of peer-reviewed publications produced by undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Letters at San Diego State University. Splice is edited by a multi-disciplinary board of undergraduate/graduate students and faculty advisors from the College of Arts and Letters. The journal is initiated, organized and directed by students, for students.

  • SPORA ‐ Intercollegiate Biomathematics Alliance

    Spora: A Journal of Biomathematics, a nexus of undergraduate research, is dedicated to further the field of biomathematics and the development of future scientists in mathematical biology. Spora is fully refereed and published both online and in-print.

  • Sprinkle: An Undergraduate Journal of Feminist and Queer Studies ‐ Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

    Sprinkle: An Undergraduate Journal of Feminist and Queer Studies is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the diverse voices of emerging scholar-activists, authors, and artists in women’s, gender and queer studies, and related fields of inquiry. First established at McGill University in 2007, Sprinkle has been published annually at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo since 2013 and welcomes submissions from around the world.

  • Stance ‐ Ball State University

    Stance is an international philosophy journal published by Ball State University undergraduates. [ISSN 1943-1899] Beyond publishing manuscripts, we train an international external reviewer board. Stance is listed in The Philosopher’s Index. All manuscript authors receive constructive feedback. 8% acceptance rate.

  • Stanford Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Stanford University

    The Stanford Undergraduate Research Journal (SURJ) is an annual peer-reviewed publication of research articles written primarily by Stanford undergraduates, but also by well-qualified students at other institutions, from all academic fields.

  • Student Spotlight ‐ Independent Publisher

    Student Spotlight is an independent publishing platform designed to highlight the high-quality works and ideas produced during the course of undergraduate studies. Most undergraduate works require significant reworking to be suitable for publication in academic journals, and as a result many of the unique perspectives and ideas produced in these works never reach further than the course instructor. Student Spotlight aims to make sharing these ideas more accessible by lowering the barriers of entry and allowing students to showcase their strongest papers and essays in a medium closer to the original formatting. We are an interdisciplinary platform and invite publications from students on all topics across the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities fields.

  • Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal  ‐ Swarthmore College

    Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal is a peer-reviewed, faculty-approved, student run research publication that seeks to encourage undergraduate scholarship on diverse subjects. We uphold publishing ethics and are committed to the integrity of academic research. This journal is also specifically inclusive of historical narratives often overlooked in mainstream scholarship, and allows for the submission of interdisciplinary articles so long as the focus remains historical.

  • Tenor of Our Times ‐ Harding University

    Tenor of Our Times was founded in 2012 and is an annual journal publishing the best work of current undergraduate students on any historical and social science topic. The journal title originates with former History department chairman, Raymond Muncy, who often said, “Historians reflect the tenor of their times.” The journal is jointly produced by the Eta Phi chapter of Phi Alpha Theta and the History and Political Science department of Harding University.

  • Texas Philosophical ‐ Texas State University

    Texas Philosophical is an online, open access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal sponsored by Texas State University. The journal publishes annually and accepts submissions from any and all philosophy and ethics related topics.

  • Texas State Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Honors College Texas State University

    Every year Texas State Publishes an Undergraduate Research Journal. Use the link to submit your research for publication!

  • Tezhib ‐ Habib University

    Tezhib is Habib University’s first Research Journal that aims to contribute to the existing body of knowledge through the academic contributions of its students. By archiving the innovative and analytical works of undergraduate students from the humanities, development, epistemology to philosophy, religious studies, technology, literature and language, Tezhib aspires to motivate undergraduate students towards research and inquiry by providing them with an opportunity to publish their work.

  • The Aggie Transcript – An undergraduate life sciences journal ‐ University of California, Davis

    The Aggie Transcript is a forum for students to discuss and exchange their perspectives on science and its role in society. We provide a publishing venue for students to display their expertise and to share what they have learned in their classes. Our journal represents an inclusive and accessible form of expression for students to submit pieces of original writing, news, and art related to the life sciences.

  • The Bell Tower: An Undergraduate Journal of Christian Thought ‐ Hope College

    The Bell Tower journal will publish work by Hope College undergraduate students that demonstrates the intersection of Christianity and learning across the academic disciplines.

  • The Classic Journal at University of Georgia ‐ University of Georgia

    The Classic Journal promotes the extraordinary achievements in writing and research by undergraduates in the Writing Intensive Program (WIP) at the University of Georgia. The Classic Journal is a cross-disciplinary publication, fostering a community of diverse writers throughout the arts, humanities, and sciences.

  • The Contemporary ‐ Trinity University

    The Contemporary is a student-run startup publication based at Trinity University that empowers collegiate journalists nationwide to report on critical issues in their communities.

  • The Corinthian ‐ Georgia College & State University

    The Corinthian is a scholarly journal published by the Ina Dillard Russell Library at Georgia College & State University. This collection of research recognizes student achievement by providing publishing opportunities for undergraduate and graduate Georgia College students.

  • The Cupola ‐ Christopher Newport University

    The title of our student research journal references the architectural feature that tops Trible Library, thus honoring Cupola authors as the preeminent student researchers at Christopher Newport.

    In support of its mission, Christopher Newport University’s Office of Research and Creative Activity honors and promotes outstanding CNU student research papers and posters.

  • The Dialectics: Undergraduate Journal of Leadership, Politics, and Society ‐ Pennsylvania State University

    The Dialectics is an electronic journal devoted to undergraduate scholarship and discourse. The journal welcomes high-quality essays on issues of public importance.

  • The General: The Brock University Journal of Undergraduate History ‐ Brock University

    The General is a peer-reviewed undergraduate academic journal based at Brock University. It serves as a scholarly forum for undergraduate students in history at Brock to engage in critical discourse with a range of intellectual and public debates through historical inquiry.

  • The Gettysburg College Journal of the Civil War Era ‐ Gettysburg College

    The Gettysburg College Journal of the Civil War Era annually publishes undergraduate papers on the Civil War era and its lasting memory. We are interested in academic essays, public history essays, and book reviews broadly relating to the American Civil War.

  • The Gettysburg Historical Journal ‐ Gettysburg College

    The Gettysburg Historical Journal features original undergraduate student research and essays. It is produced by students at Gettysburg College and published annually. While the Gettysburg Historical Journal focuses on research in the field of history, we publish and encourage submissions from other disciplines that utilize historical viewpoints or methodologies, including sociology, anthropology, and classics.

  • The Globe: GW’s Undergraduate Research Journal in International Affairs ‐ The George Washington University

    The Globe is the only Undergraduate Journal in International Affairs at the George Washington University (GW). Jointly sponsored by the International Affairs Society (IAS) and the Elliott School of International Affairs, The Globe publishes an annual issue every Spring Semester to showcase the ideas, perspectives, and research of students interested in Security, Human Rights, Development, and other sub-fields of IA.

  • The Hampden-Sydney Journal of the Sciences ‐ Hampden-Sydney College

    A showcase of STEM research done by the students of Hampden-Sydney College along with feature writing centering around a topic selected by the student editorial board and news updates from the H-SC STEM departments.

  • The Harvard Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Harvard University
  • The Honors Review ‐ Augsburg College

    A nationally competitive interdisciplinary journal seeking illuminating, insightful, and contemporary research at the undergraduate level. Students need not be members of Honors Programs to submit papers. The primary goal is to give all undergraduates the opportunity to participate in scholarly conversations within their disciplines and to expose them to the dialogue that occurs between a journal and a contributor in editing an article for publication. The Honors Review will provide its authors with the unique chance to receive prompt and personal feedback during the editing process through the use of private online discussion forums

  • The Interdependent: Journal of Undergraduate Research in Global Studies ‐ New York University

    The Interdependent is committed to exploring the global commons across the sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Its mission is to foster multidisciplinary research and discussion on global interdependence and cross-cultural encounters, and to encourage global empathy. It publishes third-year global travel reflections, as well as shortened fourth-year theses and creative works across all concentrations in NYU’s Global Liberal Studies program.

  • The International Journal of Law, Ethics, and Technology ‐ La Nouvelle Jeunesse

    The International Journal of Law, Ethics, and Technology is designed to understand all matters relating to the law. While the Journal emphasizes theoretical work and broad issues arising from law to technology, no topic of legal interest and no approach to scholarship is excluded. The peer-reviewed Journal welcomes outstanding original doctrinal and critical scholarship contributions to domestic and international law and comparative law as well as legal history and legal philosophy. In addition, we welcome interdisciplinary contributions in areas of relevance to the law and, in particular, work that uses the techniques of the social sciences and the humanities to contribute to understanding legal studies. In terms of its substance, this Journal combines domestic, international, and comparative law. Indeed we view the Journal as a context where these three subjects traditionally defined as distinct fields can enter into a productive dialogue about current changes in the world and be open to the work of all scholars wherever they may be. We partner with HeinOnline, a premier online research platform making our content available to global law school/research university libraries. The International Journal of Law, Ethics, and Technology is a quarterly publication. Title: The International Journal of Law, Ethics, and Technology cited as Int’l J. L. Ethics Tech. ISSN 2769-7150(Online) | 2769-7142(Print) DOI prefix: 10.55574 Publisher: La Nouvelle Jeunesse The International Journal of Law, Ethics, and Technology’s scholarship is made possible by funding from La Nouvelle Jeunesse. Email: info@ijlet.org

  • The Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ South Dakota State University

    The Journal of Undergraduate Research publishes original scholarly research by undergraduate students at South Dakota State University. The journal publishes Research Articles and Abstracts. Submission is open to all undergraduate students and recent graduates of South Dakota State University.

  • The Kennesaw Tower ‐ Kennesaw State University

    The Kennesaw Tower is an undergraduate research journal affiliated with and based in the Department of Foreign Languages at Kennesaw State University. Our mission is the diffusion and participation of quality, undergraduate research projects in Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish into the regional, national and international arena through an on-line medium.

  • The Measure: A Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ Sam Houston State University

    The Measure: A Journal of Undergraduate Research is a refereed journal dedicated to publishing undergraduate research from courses in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sam Houston State University. Students enrolled in a CHSS course during the academic year are eligible to submit their work for publication consideration, whether or not they are majoring in one of the disciplines in the college. The Measure is guided by these central principles: undergraduate research is a vital component of higher education; students enhance their education when they engage in original research to make an intellectual contribution to the discipline; research shared with a broader audience enhances learning outcomes; and faculty members contribute to society when they involve undergraduates in research opportunities.

  • The Mercury: The Student Art & Literary Magazine of Gettysburg College  ‐ Gettysburg College

    The Mercury: The Student Art & Literary Magazine of Gettysburg College has been published annually since 1894. All students of the College are invited to participate and submit their work. Student editors are elected annually by the entire staff. The Mercury accepts submissions of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, artwork, and photography.

  • The Midway Review ‐ The University of Chicago

    The Midway Review is a journal of essays published in print and online three times a year at the University of Chicago. Founded in 2005 as a forum for political, cultural, and literary exchange across political and disciplinary boundaries, the Review seeks to publish readable, polished essays on all topics that would engage a general intellectual audience. We also publish book, film, music, and television reviews, as well as interviews. We do not publish academic papers unless they have been revised into essays—the first-person form of something you might read in Harper’s or The New Yorker. We accept work from students, alumni, and faculty at all colleges and universities. We consider submissions each year in October, January, and April.

  • The Mirror: University of Connecticut Undergraduate Sociology Journal ‐ University of Connecticut-Storrs

    The mission of The Mirror is to provide undergraduate students at UConn with a platform to showcase their work and educate the community on sociological issues. The journal strives to expose students to the process of publication and assist them in reaching their full potential while pushing them to engage with critical thinking, creativity, intersectionality, and their sociological imagination.

  • The Morningside Review ‐ Columbia University

    The Morningside Review is an online journal published by Undergraduate Writing Program at Columbia University. It features exemplary essays written by first-year undergraduates in the Core Curriculum course, University Writing. Hundreds of students voluntarily submit their essays to TMR for possible publication and approximately ten are chosen each year by an editorial advisory board made up of University Writing instructors. Since these essays serve as vivid examples of peer work, they are commonly assigned in University Writing. Students may be prompted by their instructors to identify the rhetorical strategies employed in an essay, contemplate their effectiveness, and attempt to emulate those they admire in their own work. Thus, Columbia University students may make their imprint on University Writing long after they have completed the course.

  • The North Star Reports: Global Citizenship and Digital Literacy ‐ The North Star Reports

    College and high school students wishing to submit brief articles should first visit this page, http://northstarreports.org/write-for-us/. We accept articles 2 pages or shorter concerning all aspects pertaining to global and historical connections.

  • The Oak Leaf: LSUA’s Undergraduate Journal of Teaching & Research ‐ Louisiana State University of Alexandria

    The Oak Leaf: LSUA’s Undergraduate Journal of Teaching and Research (UJTR) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal designed to acknowledge the achievements of LSUA undergraduates in all areas of teaching and research. While undergraduate teaching and research are the main focus, research from faculty members is also encouraged for submission. While we primarily accept publications within the LSUA community, we also welcome submissions outside of LSUA.

  • The Oswald Review ‐ University of South Carolina Aiken

    An International Journal of Undergraduate Research and Criticism in the Discipline of English

  • The Owl at FSU ‐ Florida State University

    The Owl is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes a variety of undergraduate research at Florida State University, as well as creative projects such as artwork, photography, poetry, and creative writing. It promotes an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas, showcases the heterogeneity of our emerging scholars, and establishes undergraduate research as a focus of Florida State’s academic community.

  • The Politic ‐ Yale University

    The Politic is a quarterly magazine that strives to inform the greater Yale community about the most important local, national, and global political happenings.

  • The Rock Creek Review ‐ Heidelberg University

    The Rock Creek Review is an undergraduate academic journal edited, produced, and published by students at Heidelberg University in partnership with the English Department. This journal will solicit literary research from schools around the world for an annual publication every spring.

  • The Saber & Scroll Journal ‐ American Public University System

    The Saber and Scroll Journal is published quarterly and welcomes submissions from independent scholars, graduate, and undergraduate students, as well as alumni from any institution. The Journal will consider submissions on any history or military history topic. Also welcomed are book reviews and exhibit/museum reviews as well as web-site reviews.

  • The West Point Journal of Politics and Security ‐ United States Miliitary Academy
    The West Point Journal of Politics and Security is an undergraduate journal based in the Department of Social Sciences at the U.S. Military Academy. Published annually online, it aims to be the premiere publication in the United States for undergraduate research on topics germane to U.S. and international political and security interests, showcasing research primarily situated in political science and security studies, and extending into economics, history, sociology, and area studies.
  • The Word: The Stanford Journal of Student Hiphop Research ‐ Stanford University

    Launched in Fall 2019, The Word is a student hiphop research journal that aims to embody the founding spirit and purpose of hiphop: providing a mode of creative expression and voice to marginalized communities, inspiring activism, and making a way outta no way.

  • The Yale Review of Undergraduate Research in Psychology ‐ Yale University

    The Yale Review of Undergraduate Research in Psychology is an annual journal that showcases the best and most original research in psychology conducted by undergraduates from around the world. They publish research in all areas of psychology, including clinical, developmental, cognitive, and social psychology. Their goal is to contribute to the scientific advance by encouraging serious, quality research early in students’ academic careers. We provide a platform for undergraduate scientists to share their findings, and aim to bring together a community of young psychologists from both the United States and abroad.

  • Tolle Lege: Journal of Theology and Philosophy ‐ Mount St. Mary’s University

    Tolle Lege is a student journal of theology and philosophy published annually at the end of the fall semester. Essays written by any student of the university on any topic in theology or philosophy are considered for publication, although preference is given to undergraduates.

  • Towson University Journal of International Affairs ‐ Towson University

    Established in 1967, the Towson University Journal of International Affairs is the oldest undergraduate-run journal of IA. The purpose of the TJIA is to explore the international implications and potential solutions to a range of problems and phenomena across the field. We urge undergraduate students, graduate students, and professionals to submit papers that delve into the topic. We are a forum for intellectual and scholarly development. We provide thorough feedback and consultation throughout the submission process. TJIA staff members will work closely with the author in order to produce the highest level of scholarly work possible.

  • TuftScope ‐ Tufts University

    Since 2001, TuftScope: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Health, Ethics, & Policy has provided an academic forum for discussion of pertinent health care and biosocial issues in today’s world. The journal addresses different aspects of health care, bioethics, public health, policy, and active citizenship. It is operated and edited by undergraduate students of Tufts University and is advised by an Editorial Board composed of Tufts undergraduates and faculty. New issues are released biannually in print and online versions.

  • U-Lingua: The Magazine of the Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain ‐ Undergraduate Linguistics Assn of Britain

    U-Lingua is a quarterly magazine published by ULAB. It contains articles from the world of linguistics ranging from new and current research that’s being carried out to interviews with people working in various linguistics-related jobs. It welcomes writers from any education or employment status, with any ideas suitable for the magazine.

  • UC Berkeley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal ‐ University of California, Berkeley

    CLUJ provides undergraduate students around the world the opportunity to publish and share their research with an international audience. The Journal was founded by a comparative literature undergraduate student in 2011 and has since been recognized as a premier undergraduate journal featuring top peer-reviewed, undergraduate research in comparative literature. We invite abstracts from those working in, around, or critically engaging with topics in literature from a comparative nature, broadly construed. Possible topics include interdisciplinary research across disciplines within the arts and sciences (e.g., literature and philosophy, literature and history, literature and science, and literature and new media); research engaging with literary theory and ‘schools of criticism’ (e.g., gender studies and queer theory, postmodernism, cultural studies, Frankfurt School and critical theory, structuralism and semiotics, psychoanalysis, animal studies, and posthumanism); and articles comparing at least two authors or texts, print, and/or media.

  • UC Riverside Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ UC Riverside

    The University of California Riverside Undergraduate Research Journal provides a student-edited multi-disciplinary journal that features the very best faculty-mentored undergraduate research and scholarship accomplished on our campus. This peer review process is managed by the Student Editorial Board (SEB) with guidance from the Faculty Advisory Board (FAB), and logistic support from Undergraduate Education’s Educational Initiatives. The Journal is sponsored by the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education.

  • UCF Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ University of Central Florida

    The University of Central Florida Undergraduate Research Journal is a peer-reviewed undergraduate journal published online. Its mission is to showcase articles of exemplary works from a wide range of student scholarship in all fields.The journal seeks outstanding research submitted by undergraduate UCF students who have been involved in faculty-mentored research projects and activities related to scholarship.

  • UCLA Undergraduate Science Journal ‐ University of California, Los Angeles

    The UCLA Undergraduate Science Journal (USJ) is a student-run academic journal showcasing original research and review articles submitted by undergraduate authors.

  • UJEMI+ ‐ University of British Columbia

    Since 2001, the Undergraduate Journal of Experimental Microbiology & Immunology (UJEMI) has published original research conducted by undergraduates at the University of British Columbia. In 2015, UJEMI was expanded to UJEMI+, and international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to enhancing undergraduate learning and experiences by providing thorough and constructive reviews from experts in the fields of microbiology and immunology.

  • Ukweli: The Howard University Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Howard University

    Founded in 2020, Ukweli – The Howard University Undergraduate Research Journal is housed within the College of Arts and Sciences, supported by the Office of Honors and Scholar Development, and the Office of Research, Ukweli is a student-led, faculty-supported, biannual publication. Ukweli seeks to publish the highest-quality academic writing from Howard University undergraduate students.

  • UNC JOURney ‐ UNC Chapel Hill

    This annual journal is dedicated to the publication of outstanding faculty-mentored research conducted by current undergraduate students at UNC-Chapel Hill. Research in the disciplines of natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities is published.

  • Undergraduate Economic Review ‐ Illinois Wesleyan University

    The Undergraduate Economic Review is an online peer-reviewed journal that promotes undergraduate economic research from around the world.

  • Undergraduate Historical Review ‐ Virginia Tech

    Welcome to the Virginia Tech Undergraduate Historical Review, where we publish the best undergraduate original historical research! VTUHR adds to historical scholarship by publishing original historical research conducted by undergraduates. Our articles contribute to the scholarly conversations that surround their topics and add fresh perspectives from a new generation of scholars. The mission of the journal is to publish outstanding original historical research while providing undergraduate editors and authors the chance to learn about the publishing experience.

  • Undergraduate Journal of Contemporary Issues & Media ‐ University of Utah

    The Undergraduate Journal of Contemporary Issues and Media examines issues that are relevant across global contexts, though some may be uniquely identified and experienced by individuals and groups. The online journal publishes a wide range of media/texts showcasing different perspectives and ideas. The journal is edited by student editors and is published annually in January or February. Papers are due the January preceding publication, with the CFP released annually in September.

  • Undergraduate Journal of Global Citizenship ‐ Fairfield University

    With the help of Fairfield University’s International Studies Program, four undergraduate students established the Undergraduate Journal of Global Citizenship in 2010. The journal was part of an AAC&U Bringing Theory to Practice grant to promote responsible global citizenship and student development. The journal is designed to highlight the accomplishments of young minds in constant intellectual engagement with their surroundings. The Undergraduate Journal of Global Citizenship honors the work of undergraduates from diverse academic backgrounds, united by their dedication to global citizenship and social responsibility, in line with the Jesuit values of the university. Welcomed are undergraduate submissions that showcase and promote the understanding of global citizenship and social responsibility. We view global citizenship as a disengagement from barriers into a recognition and understanding of human actions with social, political, environmental, and/or economic impact worldwide. A sense of community, not only with our direct neighbors but also with societies and lives around the globe, makes a socially responsible individual.

  • Undergraduate Journal of History ‐ University of California Santa Barbara

    The journal offers a space for undergraduates to share original research and other scholarly works of history. The journal is interested in historical content on any and all facets of the collective past.

  • Undergraduate Journal of Humanistic Studies ‐ Carleton College

    The Undergraduate Journal of Humanistic Studies (UJHS) is a peer-reviewed academic journal that promotes undergraduate research in the humanities and social sciences at Carleton College. Our goal is to present papers that bring to light new narratives and fresh points of view. Highlighting work that challenges dominant perspectives, the UJHS serves as a forum for contributors and readers to reconsider their position within the context of their society. In the spirit of the liberal arts, the UJHS is a multidisciplinary journal that accepts submissions from a broad range of subjects, demonstrating how student research can contribute to a variety of fields.

  • Undergraduate Journal of Mathematical Modeling: One + Two ‐ University of South Florida

    Undergraduate Journal of Mathematical Modeling: One + Two publishes original research in mathematical sciences, from pure mathematics to modeling in physical sciences. UJMM is fully open access and supported by the University of South Florida Libraries. Undergraduate and graduate students and junior researchers can submit to UJMM. Projects should be completed under the supervision of a professional mathematician. There are no article or submission charges.

  • Undergraduate Journal of Psychology at Berkeley ‐ UC Berkeley

    The Undergraduate Journal of Psychology at Berkeley is an annual publication that allows undergraduate students who have completed scientific studies in psychology and psychology-related fields to publish their findings to the larger academic community, promoting further and more excellent undergraduate research. UJPB accepts and reviews submissions from all psychology-related fields, including psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, and linguistics, as long as the papers are the original work of undergraduate students.

  • Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research ‐ University of North Carolina Wilmington

    The Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research adds to the increasing number of scholarly journals that invite undergraduates to pursue their own intellectual projects. We seek undergraduate contributions to the burgeoning academic conversation on service learning and community-based research. The Undergraduate Journal of Service Learning and Community-Based Research is open to undergraduate students in the U.S. and across the globe in all subject areas. All submissions will undergo a rigorous review process.

  • Undergraduate Research in Natural and Clinical Science and Technology (URNCST) Journal

    The URNCST [pronounced “earnest”] Journal is an independent research journal based in Toronto, Canada that accepts research article submissions from undergraduate students all over the world. The URNCST Journal was created to provide dedicated undergraduate researchers with a cost-effective and meaningful platform to showcase their research findings, and prides itself on 8 defining characteristics: open access; peer-reviewed; rapid turnaround time; international; broad and multidisciplinary; indexed; innovative; and social media promoted. Furthermore, the URNCST Journal is unique among undergraduate research journals issuing all published articles a digital object identifier made possible through our CrossRef membership. To learn more and submit YOUR article, please visit https://www.urncst.com!

  • Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ Georgia College & State University

    Undergraduate Research is a national double-blind, educator-reviewed print and electronic journal published annually in the winter. The journal is a forum for multidisciplinary undergraduate research and creative endeavors within higher education such as case studies, conceptual pieces, creative endeavors, creative writing, journalism writings, literature reviews, original art, photography, and scientific studies.

  • Undergraduate Research Journal at Illinois Tech (URJIIT) ‐ Illinois Institute of Technology

    The Illinois Tech Undergraduate Research Journal is a student led peer reviewed scientific journal published by undergraduates. The Journal highlights and promotes a wide range of undergraduate student research throughout campus, from law to mechanical engineering to biochemistry to psychology. It also provides a forum of interdisciplinary discussion on topics involving the latest advancements, the most controversial debates, and the most intriguing questions.

  • Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences ‐ Kappa Omicron Nu

    The Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences (UJRHS) is a national, peer reviewed scholarly journal publishing undergraduate articles related to the human sciences including: Exercise Science, Family & Consumer Sciences, Food Science and Human Nutrition, Health Sciences, Human and Child Development, Interior Design, Personal and Family Financial Planning, Textiles and Apparel, and Educator training in these fields.

  • Undergraduate Research Journal of Psychology at UCLA  ‐ UCLA
  • Undergraduate Research Journal, Illinois Tech ‐ Illinois Tech

    The IIT Undergraduate Research Journal is a student-led, peer-reviewed, scientific journal published by undergraduates for undergraduates and the IIT academic community at large.

  • University of Chicago Undergraduate Law Magazine (ULM) ‐ University of Chicago

    Re-established in 2022, the University of Chicago Undergraduate Law Magazine, or ULM, is the College’s premier legal publication. ULM offers itself as a collaborative and educational pre-professional community welcoming students across all disciplines to explore law’s ubiquitous applications within life and society.

  • University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ University of Michigan

    Student-run, nontechnical research journal. Our mission is to build connections among undergraduate, graduate students, and the public, as well as among the different academic disciplines, through the publication of nontechnical articles in all fields of research.

  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte Undergraduate Research Journal ‐ UNC Charlotte

    The University of North Carolina at Charlotte Undergraduate Research Journal is an open-access and peer-reviewed journal of scholarly work conducted by undergraduate students. The goals of this journal are to (1) provide a platform through which undergraduate students who conduct novel research at UNC Charlotte may publish their work, (2) allow students on the review board to experience the peer review process, and (3) share research that is conducted at UNC Charlotte with the Charlotte community and beyond.

  • UReCA ‐ National Collegiate Honors Council

    UReCA, the NCHC Web journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, is seeking submissions from all currently enrolled undergraduate students.

  • URJe – The Undergraduate Research Journal of AUC ‐ The American University in Cairo

    The American University in Cairo’s Undergraduate Research Journal (URJe) is an open access multi-disciplinary, refereed annual publication for undergraduate research and creative works. It is managed and published jointly by the Office for Undergraduate Research and the Main Library at the American University in Cairo.

  • UTPB Journal of Undergraduate Research ‐ University of Texas Permian Basin

    Welcome to the UTPB Journal of Undergraduate Research. With this journal we hope to share our students’ research with the campus, region, nation, and wider global community. We publish not only abstracts of posters and presentations from our undergraduate research day, but also the actual posters, presentation slides, and full-length papers resulting from our students’ research. We look forward to beginning a fruitful conversation based on research and scholarship in all disciplines done by the undergraduate students of the University of Texas Permian Basin.Aim: The aim of the UTPB Journal of Undergraduate Research is to share the best research occurring at the undergraduate level at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin with the global community. The UTPB Journal of Undergraduate Research is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal covering undergraduate research in the physical and social sciences, arts, and humanities.

  • UWill Discover Journal ‐ University of Windsor

    The UWill Discover Journal publishes award-winning presentations from the University of Windsor UWill Discover project where there were more than 160 student presentations from all University of Windsor faculties. The 2023 UWill Discover Sustainable Futures theme creates awareness about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The conference was funded in part by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

  • VA Engage Journal ‐ an initiative of VA Engage, a network of universities in the Commonwealth of Virginia

    Undergraduate, professional, and graduate students: Share and reflect critically on your community/civic engagement experiences and disseminate the knowledge emerging from your practice or even research.

    The journal publishes reflection essays, profiles of engagement practice, research studies (quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods), and reviews of current literature, all with guidance and mentorship from engaged faculty and staff.

  • Vanderbilt Historical Review ‐ Vanderbilt University

    The Vanderbilt Historical Review (VHR) is the first and only journal of history at Vanderbilt. The publication seeks to show the importance of studying the past through its semiannual publication of historical research. Topics may cover a wide range of disciplines, including economics, politics, anthropology, and more. The editorial board leads a blind review process in which historically accurate, interesting, and creative articles are critiqued. Undergraduate students at any university are encouraged to submit their work. The journal provides a forum of academic debate over relevant historical questions.

  • Vassar College Journal of Philosophy ‐ Vassar College

    The Vassar College Journal of Philosophy is a student-run publication supported by the Philosophy Department of Vassar College. Dedicated to both quality and accessibility, it seeks to give undergraduate students from all disciplines a platform to express and discuss philosophical ideas. The Journal is published once a year, in the spring, both in print and online.

  • Veritas: Villanova Research Journal (VVRJ) ‐ Villanova University

    Veritas: Villanova Research Journal (VVRJ) is the University’s peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal. VVRJ promotes investigation and discovery, the peer review process, and the work of Villanova students and their faculty mentors by publishing scholarly work across all fields of study.

    The journal publishes student research that meets its standards, is authored by Villanova undergraduates or recent graduates, and promotes the pursuit of truth.

  • Virginia Journal of Gender Studies  ‐ University of Virginia

    The Virginia Journal of Gender Studies is the only undergraduate research publication in the United States dedicated to feminist and queer scholarship. The journal was founded to provide opportunities for undergraduate students to contribute their research to the field of women, gender, and sexuality studies, as well as to increase access to academic publishing.

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