The OSR Journal of Student Research (OSRJSR), is an annual online, academic, multidisciplinary and peer-reviewed journal that fosters academic dialogue, and provides an opportunity for undergraduate and graduates to publish their scholarly and creative works. The goal of the journal is to provide an opportunity for undergraduates and graduates to showcase and disseminate their work. Each publication within the journal undergoes a double-blind peer review process facilitated by the journal’s editorial review board
The mission of OSRJSR is to serve as a centralized peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal to advance theory and practice related to all forms of research and creative activities.
Focus and Scope
Students need to conduct research and be able to publish their findings. Research not only bridges the gap between knowledge and experience but also has the benefit of laying the groundwork for career exploration and development. For students, publishing in a research journal has lifetime benefits, such as refining their communication skills, enhancing their resume and editing their research precisely. Conducting research shows the ability of the student to think critically, to communicate clearly, and complete difficult tasks. Having these lifetime benefits and skills will increase their chances of admittance to a respectable graduate or postgraduate school and finding prestigious employment in their field.
Our target audience is the campus community, faculty, undergraduate and graduate students.
Peer Review Process
OSRJSR follows the double-blinded policy where the identity of the author is not revealed to the reviewers and vice versa. To learn more about the review process, please visit the Author's Corner. If you are a student interested in reviewing articles for this journal, please visit the Editor's Corner for more information.
The journal receives submissions on a rolling basis and publishes one issue annually in the fall.