Why be involved in CURJ peer review?
- Gain experience reading papers from the mindset of a reviewer.
- Prepare yourself for transition out of grad school and into an early-career path.
- Improve your academic writing skills.
- Add a skill to your resume that may help you get a job or stand out as a more qualified candidate
- Learn more about cutting-edge research in your field and adjacent fields
- Help undergrad researchers see their work published!
Who may be a peer reviewer?
Currently enrolled Cornell University graduate students are invited to become peer reviewers.
What is expected for CURJ reviewers?
- Review up to one to three submissions per issue (semester).
- Respond to requests for review, and complete reviews, in a timely fashion. Reviews are typically done January-February for the spring issue, and May-July for the fall issue.
How to become a reviewer
Please complete the Graduate Student Reviewer Interest form.