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NewsWinter 2011

Online journal publishes undergrad research

The Vanderbilt Undergraduate Research Journal (VURJ), an online publication, offers students the opportunity to be published during their undergraduate career. VURJ is a joint venture among faculty, students and administrators and is the university’s premier venue for multidisciplinary student research.

VURJ gives undergraduate students an opportunity to showcase the results of their research.” says Jody Combs, the library’s assistant dean for information technology. The library provides hosting, initial training and technical support to the journal.

VURJ was among the first comprehensive digital journals in the nation devoted to undergraduate scholarship.

The annual journal welcomes submissions from any undergraduate student or collaborative team. More information can be found at www.vurj.vanderbilt.edu.

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