The Indiana University Journal of Undergraduate Research (IUJUR) staff is excited to announce its release of Volume IV, featuring undergraduate research from all over the IU campus.
The student-run, faculty-mentored research journal seeks to promote a culture of curiosity and a passion for undergraduate research in all disciplines.
From an analysis of the roots and rhetoric of the Chilean Winter student revolution to an investigation of the role of insulin-like growth factor in the link between diabetes and cancer, students’ works in Volume IV explored a wide range of diverse, compelling topics.
The efforts for this volume were led by editors-in-chief, Kushal Shah and Kaveet Pandya, and managing editor Mac Vogelsang, and supported by our editorial board, faculty advisory board, and staff members.
IUJUR is now accepting submissions for the next volume on a rolling basis.
Undergraduate students are encouraged to submit manuscripts in the form of literature reviews, research snapshots, or full-length projects. Strong works of research go beyond typical undergraduate topics to enter meaningfully into the present academic discourse. Selected manuscripts will go through an extensive double-blind peer-review process and final articles will be published open-access on IU ScholarWorks.
Read more about the submissions process here.