About the Journal

Established in 2021, the Cornell Undergraduate Research Journal (CURJ) is a bi-annual independent, open access student research publication featuring the exemplary scholarly work of Cornell undergraduates. One issue is published per semester. Peer review is double-blind and performed by Cornell graduate students. The CURJ team copyedits and prepares articles for final publication.

Mission Statement: To provide a platform for Cornell undergraduate students to showcase their exemplary scholarly work to the student body and general public, and to offer the student body a wide range of academic perspectives, provoking intellectual pursuits and collaboration.

Vision: For the Cornell Undergraduate Research Journal to be a respectable and valuable research publication in academia within and outside Cornell University.

The Cornell Undergraduate Research Journal is an effort by students, for students.

Cornell Undergraduate Research Journal, a University student organization, produced, and is responsible for the content of, this publication. This publication was not reviewed or approved by, nor does it necessarily express or reflect the policies or opinions of, Cornell University or its designated representatives.

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