TRiO- McNair Scholars Undergraduate Research Journal
The TRiO McNair Scholars Undergraduate Research Journal is the official publication of the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The journal includes abstracts of the students’ final paper and represents combined efforts of students and their research mentors. The views expressed in the papers and abstracts are not intended to represent the views, beliefs, interests, values, or practices of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Journal of Undergraduate Social Work Research
The Journal of Undergraduate Social Work Research (JUSWR) is the only School of Social Work at the University of Illinois journal that showcases peer-reviewed undergraduate research from social work and related disciplines. A biannual publication, JUSWR provides a comprehensive forum for discourse on cutting-edge research.
i-ACES (inquiry-ACES) is a premier undergraduate research journal founded by the Academy of Teaching Excellence in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) at the University of Illinois aimed to advance undergraduate research.
Peer Review: The Undergraduate Research Journal of the Ethnography of the University Initiative
Peer Review is an open-access, digital journal that publishes research-based articles and multimedia projects by current and recent undergraduates who participate in EUI-affiliated courses or students in non-EUI-related courses or programs of study whose research engages the university in a meaningful way.
Re:Search, The Undergraduate Literary Criticism Journal at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Re:Search: The Undergraduate Literary Criticism Journal at UIUC is an undergraduate produced, peer-reviewed online journal designed to annually publish works exclusively by undergraduate students. It seeks to create a venue for undergraduate students to showcase and publish literary criticism within a greater academic discourse while nurturing a collaborative community between faculty, administration, and undergraduate students.