28 Jun

JULS Volume 11, Issue 1 (Spring 2017)

We are pleased to finally release the 2017 issue of JULS. Thanks especially to all our staff and faculty who have contributed so much to make this issue possible, as well as to all the authors for the work and patience.

In this issue, we celebrate the undergraduate research that occurs across the University of Toronto, continuing the legacy that the university has created over the past 190 years.

Print issues will be available shortly in Gerstein.

06 Apr

The Life of an Undergraduate Researcher: JULS Author Edition (Part 3!)

Welcome to Part 3 of our second edition of “The Life of an Undergraduate Researcher”, where we interview undergraduate students at the University of Toronto to ask them about how they got started in research and how their experiences have been.

Curious about how our JULS authors got some of their exposure to research? For our first edition, we are featuring 3 contributors to the upcoming 2017 issue of JULS:

  • Nidaa Rasheed
  • Samuel Walmsley
  • Mohammad-Masoud Zavvarian

Read more about them below!

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30 Mar

The Life of an Undergraduate Researcher: JULS Author Edition (Part 2!)

Welcome to Part 2 of our second edition of “The Life of an Undergraduate Researcher”, where we interview undergraduate students at the University of Toronto to ask them about how they got started in research and how their experiences have been.

Curious about how our JULS authors got some of their exposure to research? For our first edition, we are featuring 3 contributors to the upcoming 2017 issue of JULS:

  • Kamal Hamid
  • Lucy Liu
  • Ponthea Pouramin

Read more about them below!

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20 Mar

The Life of an Undergraduate Researcher: JULS Author Edition

Welcome to Part 1 of our second edition of “The Life of an Undergraduate Researcher”, where we interview undergraduate students at the University of Toronto to ask them about how they got started in research and how their experiences have been.

Curious about how our JULS authors got some of their exposure to research? For our first edition, we are featuring 3 contributors to the upcoming 2017 issue of JULS:

  • Zoha Anjum
  • Neda Jafarian
  • Samantha Jagasar

Read more about them below!

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