American Journal of Undergraduate Research (AJUR) is a national, independent, faculty peer-reviewed, open-source, quarterly, multidisciplinary student research journal, established in 2002. Our mission is to peer-review, publish on the web and in print, and index scholarly and creative manuscripts written by undergraduates and with undergraduates’ participation, at no cost to authors. The journal is indexed internationally by EBSCO and Crossref, and each manuscript receives a DOI number. AJUR‘s entire content, by invitation, is archived by the United States Library of Congress. AJUR makes a unique contribution because of the high standards for content, rigorous review process, and ease of accessibility to the public and professionals. It accepts submissions from outside the United States, provided the submissions would be of broad interest to US and international readers. AJUR’s print ISSN is 1536-4585 and the web ISSN is 2375-8732. The editorial board of AJUR consists of approximately sixty professional subject editors in a wide variety of fields. Printed copies are available in the special collections section of Penfield Library. Up-to-date information about AJUR can be found at http://www.ajuronline.org/.
The submission publishing process, our expectations, and the editorial workflow are described at the “Submissions and Review” link button above. You may see AJUR’s Current Issue or Archives by clicking the corresponding links/buttons above. Please read more about the AJUR and see our editorial board using the “History and Editors” link.
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