The inaugural edition of the “Princeton Undergraduate Research Journal” was distributed this week to the University community in residences and academic departments. Cofounded by editors-in-chief Yash Patel ’18 and Daniel Liu ’18, the journal aims to provide a wide audience for undergraduate independent work.
“A lot of the amazing research that’s being done by undergraduates isn’t seen by most students,” Patel said. “Really the drive for us in founding [‘PURJ’] is that we wanted research to be appreciated by the entire Princeton community, not only undergraduates reading other undergraduates’ research, but also sharing across departments, by graduate students and administrators as well.”
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