While class assignments such as term papers or research projects can yield meaningful experiences, they can only serve as a starting point for independent research of the insight and depth of understanding that the KJUR Editors feel is appropriate for publication in this journal. Articles selected for publication in the Journal should be strong representatives of undergraduate level research and should add to the knowledge base in the field. Three reviewers and the Issue Editor will decide which submissions will be accepted for publication.
The Journal seeks articles written by students who have had the opportunity to conduct research outside of their formal classroom experience and within their major field of study with close faculty supervision. The working relationship between the student and faculty member must be one whereby the faculty mentor can ethically claim to be a co-author of the research or is a supervising mentor of the project. For clarification on this relationship, please go to the section entitled, Statement on Faculty-Student Collaborative Mentorship and Co-Authorship.