Publication of Latest Issue of the Inquiry Journal

The office of Undergraduate Research in the Division of Research and Innovation is pleased to announce the publication of a new issue of the Inquiry: the University of Arkansas Journal of Undergraduate Research, an online undergraduate research publication. Two issues (May/June and November/December) of the Inquiry journal will be published every year. All research papers published in the Inquiry journal are peer-reviewed. Enquiries pertaining to the publication of undergraduate research articles in the Inquiry journal should be directed to:

Suresh Thallapuranam, Ph.D.
Office of Undergraduate Research, Division of Research and Innovation
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701


Suresh Thallapuranam, co-director of the Office of Undergraduate Research
Division of Research and Innovation

Sarah Grace Brown, communications assistant
Office of Research and Innovation


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