The Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal, in affiliation with the Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates, is an undergraduate-run, interdisciplinary journal designed to showcase the cutting-edge undergraduate research conducted at Rutgers University. Our mission is to provide undergraduate researchers the opportunity to publish their own work and experience the peer review process. In our review process, researchers implement multiple rounds of revisions based on peer reviews from undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. An extension of our mission is to offer a unique educational program for students to learn about and gain hands-on experience with peer review.
We are pleased to announce the 1st issue of the Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal is now live. Our journal and peer review program are a labor of love that required both creative energy and dedication from our undergraduate founders, the Aresty Team, and our highly respected partners from the Undergraduate Education division and Rutgers Library.
SPRING 2020 Editorial Team
Frederric Kelada (Founder)
Prachi Srivastava (Founder)
Undergraduate Student Reviewers
Graduate Student Reviewers
Chief Copy Editor
Aresty Research Center Director
Tamiah N. Brevard-Rodriguez, Director of the Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates
Faculty Editorial Advisors
Vadim Levin, Ph.D., Faculty Director of the Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates
Lily Todorinova, Undergraduate Experience Librarian
Peer Review Curriculum Advisor
Stacey Blackwell, Senior Director of the Learning Centers