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Undergraduate Research

Publishing Your Research

Publishing your work as an undergraduate is a great way to highlight your research experience and show off your written skills to graduate and professional schools and to employers. Talk with your mentor about the best ways to share your research findings!

Caravel, USC's Research Journal

Supported by the Office of the Vice President for Research, this journal showcases undergraduate scholarly and creative work from all disciplines.

 

Carolina CrossTalk, USC's Research Magazine

Run by UofSC students, Carolina CrossTalk tells the personal story behind research projects. This magazine shares the journey of getting involved in research.

 

Additional USC Student Research Journals Listing

Journal Name Discipline
USC Upstate Undergraduate Research Journal All disciplines at USC Upstate
The Oswald Review English 
IMPULSE Neuroscience
MarSci Marine and Aquatic Sciences

Still can't find a journal for your project?
Consider these tips and hints for selecting the best journal to publish your paper. Also, browse the listing of undergraduate journals from the Council of Undergraduate Research, the Undergraduate Journals and Conferences Directory and webGURU.

 

Co-Author in a Professional Journal 

Ask your mentor! Depending on your major and project, there may be opportunities to co-author an article in a professional peer-reviewed journal.


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