Publication of Spring 2023 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 Inquiry: the University of Arkansas Journal of Undergraduate Research (Vol. 22, Issue 1), 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. Undergraduate students and their mentors are urged to consider publishing their best research work in the Inquiry journal.
Inquiries pertaining to the publication of undergraduate research articles in the Inquiry journal should be directed to:
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