College is a place for experimentation and experience. Juggling classes, jobs, and student organizations, there is no limit to getting involved at UT; and many students have turned to research as another avenue of exploration.
Linking the Pacific and Indian Oceans, the Strait of Malacca is a definite contender for the most important strait in the world. It’s exceptional how the world’s major economies are reliant on a tiny stretch of water to transport their inputs and outputs.
If you’re looking for a research project or lab to join, or are interested in finding a mentor, come out to the Texas Undergraduate Research Journal’s networking event. Bring yourself and your resume, because it’s time to swipe right on undergraduate research.
“A Terrific Addition”: The Texas Undergraduate Research Journal
The Texas Undergraduate Research Journal is a work of multi-disciplinary research produced and edited by University of Texas at Austin undergraduate students. The Journal is published every spring semester, circulated across campus, and housed in the Library of Congress. We are sponsored by the Undergraduate Writing Center.
Throughout the year, the URJ sponsors events that increase student participation in research across campus. This organization engages students with researchers in academia and in industry by annually hosting research panels. The URJ’s presence on campus extends beyond a yearly publication to include research awareness and education.
The Pioneer is the Texas Undergraduate Research Journal’s bi-weekly op-ed. Written and edited by the URJ staff, The Pioneer highlights research from a wide range of disciplines, with a focus on undergraduate experiences and opportunities.
The URJ editors extend their gratitude to our sponsors for their endless support and guidance: