"激发一种好奇的文化"这是 mgm集团美高梅本科生研究杂志, a publication created and managed by IU students, and mentored by IU faculty.
[Words appear: Kristie Hsu, IUJUR Co-Editor in Chief, Neuroscience Major, Senior]
Kristie speaks: The IU Journal of Undergraduate 研究 is an undergraduate research publication completely run by students but also faculty mentored. So we’re looking to highlight research from the natural sciences, 社会科学, 人文学科, 学校和专业. It’s exciting because it allows hands-on activity not only from the publication side but also from the side of student authors. So that you can come out with that final product that you can be so extremely proud of and see actually in print, online in an open access journal that’s searchable through Google. 这真是个绝好的机会.
[Words appear: Lauren Martin, IUJUR Design Manager, Visual Communication Major, Senior]
Lauren speaks: I work with InDesign and I get to actually design how the journal’s going to look and make the choices if we’re going to purely academic or make it kind of magazine-esque to make it more fun. So at the journal I’ve been able to experience a lot of hands-on stuff to work with that can help me—possibly my future career—so it’s exciting in the fact that you can bring any of your talents to the journal and we can probably find a way to mold that in there, which I think is really exciting and a good way to practice something for the future which is important.
[Words appear: Peyton Joachim, IUJUR Contributing Author, Biology Major, Junior]
Peyton speaks: My research is based on a co-evolutionary relationship between a parasite and its host and the development of resistance to that parasite. I would definitely not have the same experiences or abilities to do this sort of thing in other universities. IU is such a great research university, especially in biology. It feels really great be one of the first people published in this journal because I feel like I’m sort of starting something at IU.