The Butler Journal of Undergraduate Research publishes original, scholarly research undertaken by undergraduates from any college or university. BJUR builds upon and strengthens Butler’s commitment to quality undergraduate research by providing an outlet for the publication of outstanding undergraduate scholarship across the humanities, social and natural sciences.
Submission of original, scholarly research articles is open to undergraduates from any accredited college and university. For further information, see the Mission Statement.
Submissions are currently being accepted for Volume 3 (2017). First consideration for papers received by May 18, 2016; second round of review for papers received through September 30, 2016; and a third round for consideration, space permitting, for papers received by December 1, 2016. Any papers after that date will be considered for Volume 4 (2018). Further details about the guidelines for authors may be found on the Author Guidelines page.
Current Volume: Volume 2 (2016)
To Be or Not to Be…Greek: A Study of Theory of Mind, Moral Reasoning, and Moral Development in Affiliated and Non-Affiliated Students
Catherine T. Geanon and Megan E. Fishbaugh
Stereotype Threat and OC Symptomatology: The Impact of Messy vs. Clean Environments on Cognitive Test Performance
Ellen R. Kendall and Sarah M. McRoberts
Virginity and Guilt Differences Between Men and Women
Caitlin M. Lipman and Alexis J. Moore
Binge Drinking: Subtypes and Associations in Young Adults
Christopher J. Skok
Inaugural EditorKenneth D. Colburn, Jr.
Associate EditorTara T. Lineweaver
Design & Copy EditorFranny Gaede
Editorial Advisory BoardVivian Deno
Volume 2 ReviewersJess Butler