Aims & Scope
With topics ranging anywhere from studies on dental phobias, alfalfa seeds, and photovoltaic cells all the way to analysis of African American art and wind turbines, the Journal of Undergraduate Research is a resource for a variety of subjects. Undergraduates from all majors can submit articles to the Journal, which is published once a year. It stimulates scholarly activity in the minds of our students and presents an opportunity for them to present their work. In addition to the Journal, undergraduates can also participate in the Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities Day held each Spring. The event features scientific, art, or media presentations; audio or visual productions; and performing arts. These two experiences provide our undergraduate students formal ways to showcase their work to the campus community.