The Oklahoma Journal of Undergraduate Research (OKJUR) publishes original research project findings, outcomes or creative products by undergraduate students while enrolled at any Oklahoma higher education institution.
Call for Submissions
The Oklahoma Journal of Undergraduate Research (OKJUR) Advisory Board is excited to announce the inaugural call for submissions of this new statewide initiative to publish the exemplary work of Oklahoma’s undergraduate researchers working under the mentorship of Oklahoma faculty in all fields of study (major). OKJUR operates according to a rolling review policy whereby submissions are reviewed as they are received and expects to issue the first volume of articles in Spring 2015.
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We Need Your Help
Join the Faculty Review Pool
The OKJUR Advisory Board is recruiting current Oklahoma faculty researchers to serve as reviewers for the journal. We aspire to develop a statewide network of faculty experts in all fields of study to provide Oklahoma undergraduates with a valuable peer review experience. With more than one-hundred faculty already in the review pool, we are well on our way! If you are willing to review student research submitted to the OKJUR, please send the following information to Linda Mason (firstname.lastname@example.org) for consideration:
- Academic Department
- Institutional Affiliation
- Topic Areas for Review
- Curriculum Vitae
Note: The OKJUR double-blind review process will be entirely online and will not require emailing attachments.
Join the Editorial Team as an Undergraduate Copyeditor
The OKJUR Advisory Board is recruiting current Oklahoma undergraduates to serve as copyeditors for the journal. Our goal is to assemble statewide teams of copyeditors to work closely with the OKJUR Section Editors in the preparation of manuscripts for publication. If you are interested in serving as a copyeditor, please send the following information to Tim O’Neil (email@example.com) for consideration:
- Expected Semester of Graduation (e.g. Spring 2016)
- Relevant Experience with Academic Writing
May 15, 2014 | OKJUR Logo Design Contest Winner Selected
The OKJUR Advisory Board congratulates Victor Acosta for winning the OKJUR Logo Design Contest! Acosta is a senior majoring in graphic design at the University of Central Oklahoma. With minors in illustration and Spanish, Victor hopes to work for a design company and give back to his parents who made significant sacrifices emigrating from Mexico. English is Victor’s second language, but his design translates well in any language.