SUURJ Volume 3 Launches

Written by Karen L. Bystrom
May 21, 2019

Student editors work on their laptops during SUURJ classThe editors and contributors of the third volume of the Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal (SUURJ) launch the publication on Friday, May 31 at 9 a.m. in Student Center 160. In addition to a preview of SUURJ Volume 3, a student-focused presentation will provide information on how students can get involved. Learn more about SUURJ here.

The launch event is the beginning of the annual Seattle University Undergraduate Research Association conference (SUURA), with events from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., throughout the SU campus. Learn more about SUURA here.

SURRJ Volume 3

Contributors:

  • Leah Dooley—English and Women & Gender Studies
  • Chhavi Mehra—Communication and Media
  • Serena Oduro—History 
  • Raechel N. Warren-- Economics
  • Emily Boynton—English (2018)
  • Amanda Fawcett—English
  • Anne-Celine Jeffroy-Meynard—International Studies
  • Genevieve Jesse—International Studies
  • Anna Kaplan—Communication and Media
  • Emma Pierce and Kallan Palmer—Psychology
  • Leah Siff-- Anthropology
  • Haley R. Witt -- Anthropology

Editors:

  • Mikayla Medbery-- Anthropology
  • Leah Dooley—English and Women & Gender Studies
  • Thea Mercer—Arts Leadership
  • Rachel Van Liew—Pre-major
  • Falen Wilkes – History and Philosophy
  • Oliver Tufte—Math
  • Lauren Lee—Anthropology
  • Celeste Salopek—English
  • John Huang—Interdisciplinary Arts
  • Amy Gulley—English

SUURJ was developed to highlight the research achievements of Seattle University undergraduate students through a peer-reviewed online publication. It is also designed to provide an editorial apprenticeship experience for students through a credit-bearing program that trains students to share stewardship of the journal. Research includes any original quantitative or qualitative work that a student has conducted during their academic studies. This includes theoretical works, policy analyses, research-based editorial pieces, Core writing, and other modes.

SUURJ is a joint project of the College of Arts and Sciences, the English Department, and the Office of the Provost, with additional support from Lemieux Library and the University Core.