Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal Launch, June 4

Image of the Lemieux Library, Student Center and the logo for the program
Written by Karen L. Bystrom
May 19, 2020

The Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal (SUURJ) is launching Volume 4 with a virtual launch party on June 4 at 6 p.m.

RSVP here to receive the Zoom link the day before the event.

This celebration of student research will include speeches by

  • President Stephen V. Sundborg, SJ
  • Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion Natasha Martin, JD
  • College of Arts and Sciences Dean David V. Powers, PhD
  • English Department Chair Charles Tung, PhD,
  • Student editor Ella Campbell
  • Student author Elizabeth Ayers

SUURJ publishes original research by Seattle University undergraduates and is edited by a team of SU student editors who work on the journal in a year-long course sequence designed to develop editing and leadership skills.

This year, we are publishing ten papers that represent the very best work of Seattle University students.  Each paper was selected from a large and competitive group of submissions and was carefully edited by a team consisting of the author, a student editor, and a faculty content editor.  These papers represent a variety of disciplines, including biology, international studies, English, psychology, history, economics, communications, and art history.  We hope you can join us to help us celebrate and to learn more about the exciting work our SU undergraduates are doing.

Learn more about SUURJ and read past issues here.