The Big JMURJ Umbrella

The James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal invites submissions from all JMU undergraduate students in all JMU disciplines, in all their genres and media. We value your countless hours in the laboratory or in the library stacks. We also value your critical reviews of artistic pieces, business plans, multimedia projects, elaborations of a mathematical sequence, or other creative projects based in scholarship. If you’ve written, designed, built, performed, or created it at JMU, it falls under the big JMURJ umbrella.

JMURJ seeks to promote, publish, and share the research, scholarship, and intellectual work that undergraduate students produce across campus with a diverse academic readership. Check out the JMURJ website for text-based and media-based submission guidelines.

big JMURJ umbrella of research and scholarship

... across James Madison University

For nearly six years now, undergraduate students in JMU disciplines across campus have sumbitted their research, scholarship, and intellectual work to JMURJ:

Accounting
Anthropology
Archaeology
Architectural Design
Art History
Biology
Communication Studies
Criminal Justice
Dietetics
Economics
Educational Foundations and
   Exceptionalities
Engineering
English
Finance

Foreign Languages
Geography
Geology
Health Professions
Health Sciences
History
Humanitarian Affairs
Integrated Science
   and Technology
Intelligence Analysis
International Affairs
International Business
Journalism
Justice Studies
Kinesiology

Marketing
Mathematics & Statistics
Media Arts & Design
Music
Nursing
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religion
ROTC
Social Work
Theatre and Dance
Women's and Gender Studies
Writing, Rhetoric and
   Technical Communication

Is your discipline on the list? Help us build the conversation with your classmates and professors as you deepen you academic experience, build your résumé, and share your work with the larger JMU community and the wider academic world. Click here for the top five reasons JMU undergraduate researchers and scholars submit to JMURJ.

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