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Intersections: Journal of Asia Pacific Undergraduate Research

Inaugural print published Spring 2023.

Intersections: Journal of Asia Pacific Undergraduate Research is a new interdisciplinary journal that was established for students and alumni with a research focus on Oceania and Asia Rim. Accepting any research method or approach of Oceania or Asia Rim. The purpose of the journal is to provide students support in the publication process. The outcome is for students to feel confident to publish their rigorous scholarship through positive and cooperative mentorship. Intersections will be published annually in early spring.

Intersections has an editor, editorial committee, and research assistant with official partnerships with the Reading Writing Lab, Joseph F. Smith Library, and the Undergraduate Research Conference.

Interested in submitting your work?

Whether you have completed, developing, or just thinking about conducting research, Intersections has resources available to help you publish! Research work from classes or professional development programs (such as any 496R or 490R courses) can be used for Intersections scholarship. The deadline for the spring 2024 issue is November 17, 2023. Fill out the form below to set up a meeting with us and get started.

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Editor: Line-Noue Kruse,
Assistant editor: Ainsley Aiono,