If you are an undergrad student, grad student, Ph.D. student, or Postdoc fellow at a college or university aspiring to publish, we are accepting submissions!
About the Journal
Journal of Student Research (JSR) is an Academic, Multidisciplinary, and Faculty-reviewed Journal (Houston, Texas) devoted to the rapid dissemination of current research published by high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.
Trusted By Student Authors Everywhere
Student researchers strive to be successful at publications; and with JSR, students aspiring to publish will receive scholarly feedback once their submission is reviewed. This feedback will not only help authors identify areas of improvement to their submission but help them better understand the process in order to be successful at publication. Once published, we strive to provide a global platform for our authors to showcase their work.
The journal seeks papers that are novel, integrative, and written in a way that is accessible to a wide audience which includes an array of disciplines. The content of the journal ranges from Applied research to Theoretical research. In general, papers on all topics are welcome to submit. The journal uses an automated process from manuscript submission to publication. Manuscript submission, peer review, and publication are all handled online, and the journal automates all clerical steps during peer review.
JSR follows the double-blinded policy where the identity of the author is not revealed to the reviewers and vice versa. To find out more about the review process, please visit our Author Guidelines page. If you are a faculty interested in reviewing articles for this journal, please visit our Reviewers page for more information.
This journal provides access to its published content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Learn more about Open Access.
All articles published in this journal are licensed under a Creative Commons License and the authors own the copyright to their work.