JMU Students Re-establish Undergraduate Research Journal


The James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal is a multidisciplinary, student-run, peer-reviewed undergraduate academic journal that gives undergraduates an outlet for their research and scholarship while preparing them for their experiences beyond JMU. The journal's mission is to promote, publish, and share the excellent scholarly research by undergraduate students across James Madison University. It also seeks to connect James Madison University's undergraduate students in all fields of study with their peers, their school, and their community.

The James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal (2013present) builds on the work of 20072009 JMURJ student editors. In the mid-1990s, the Madison Journal of Undergraduate Research published four volumes of undergraduate research. And back when JMU was the State Normal School for Women at Harrisonburg (191424), the State Teachers College at Harrisonburg (192438), and Madison College (starting in 1938), an in-house publication titled The Virginia Teacher regularly published undergraduate reviews and articles.


Read more about the journal, submission criteria and access past volumes on the JMU Undergraduate Research Journal website.

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Published: Thursday, March 20, 2014

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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