Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal (SUURJ)

Seattle University Undergraduate Research Journal (SUURJ)

SUURJ was developed to highlight the research achievements of Seattle University undergraduate students through a peer-reviewed online publication.

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SUURJ Volume 7 student editors, from L to R: Tripp Ceyssens, Olivia Moretta, Katrina Manacio, Riley Flanagan, Masami Carpenter, Olivia Merrick, and Nicole Beauvais. Not pictured: Emelia Vonada

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.

See the resources below to learn more about how to submit research to SUURJ or how to become a student editor.

Want to see your research published?

Oct. 20, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.

SUURJ Resources

SUURJ Readership

As an open-access journal, the research published in SUURJ reaches a global audience. Click through the map to see where the research completed by undergraduate students at Seattle University is being downloaded and read.

SUURJ Map 2020
Click on the map to take you to our Interactive Map of Readership around the world.

So often will students pour hours of work, time, and effort into their research, whether that be in the lab or the library, only to show it to one or two other people. SUURJ is a platform that celebrates such effort, and publishes it for all to see. 

Wiley Martin Student Editor, 2017

Submission Deadline for Vol. 8:
October 20, 2023