Research involves systematic investigation of a question, resulting in establishment of facts or new conclusions. Original research is research that has not already been published. Only original research may be submitted to the AUJUS.
If your research was conducted while you were a student at Auburn, we encourage you to submit your paper. If it was done at your previous institution, we suggest you pursue other publication venues or look into submitting to that school’s journal.
Yes, as long as all the articles are original research.
Each author retains his/her own copyright. However, if your work has already been accepted for publication elsewhere, you must ensure that you are not infringing on copyright for that journal. If the article has not been submitted to or published in any other publication, you may submit to AUJUS. If you wish to publish your research elsewhere in the future, consider submitting a shortened article or Research Highlight to AUJUS and save the detailed, full-length technical article for a professional journal in your field of study. A short article could be a small, self-contained portion of your research or possibly a summary that draws upon the results of the full-length article.
We encourage jointly authored submissions if the work was done with collaborators. Collaborators can be faculty members, graduate students, or other undergraduate students who have contributed significantly to the work presented.
You can submit your research as long as you were an Auburn student at the time of the research. For research articles, a faculty sponsorship form is required. For highlights, a faculty sponsorship form is not required.
No, there are no charges for publication.
All accepted work will be available electronically on the AUJUS website.
Yes, faculty members can sponsor multiple students.
Last modified: February 10, 2017