CAA Undergraduate Research Journal
The CAA Undergraduate Research Journal is a peer-reviewed journal for undergraduate work of the highest caliber. Its goals are to add to the body of knowledge in all fields and to showcase the outstanding scholarship of undergraduates. It provides a forum for students to publicly share their research, offering opportunities for exposing their work to potential graduate programs and employers. By making use of student reviewers, the journal also provides the opportunity for undergraduates to participate in the scholarly publishing process.
The Colonial Academic Alliance Undergraduate Research Journal accepts individual and collaborative research reports, formally written by the undergraduate students while enrolled as an undergraduate at a CAA school. Faculty-mentored research papers and theses from all disciplines will be considered. Any undergraduate student may submit work to this journal, and to be eligible for publication, the research must be faculty mentored. Submitters to the journal must own the copyright to the work being submitted.
The CAA Undergraduate Research Journal is published annually in the fall.