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Subject: Maryland Undergraduate Research Journal Call for Submissions

Description:
Founded in early 2022, the Maryland Undergraduate Research Journal (MURJ) is
an annual publication hoping to feature a range of undergraduate research
conducted at the University of Maryland. A multidisciplinary research
journal, MURJ accepts submissions from a variety of fields. It is our goal to
promote the growth of undergraduates as both researchers and as individuals,
in addition to contributing to the overall academic discourse at the
University of Maryland.

We are excited to announce that the Maryland Undergraduate Research Journal
is now accepting submissions! Any original research conducted by a University
of Maryland undergraduate is eligible for publication in MURJ; please refer
to our Submission Guidelines for more information. Publishing with MURJ
offers several advantages over traditional research journals, including
increased accessibility for undergraduates and a greater variety of research
accepted. In addition, a $150 prize will be awarded to the author of the Top
Manuscript, as determined by our staff. We eagerly await your submission!

For more information, check us out at www.murj.org or email us at
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Contact Person: UMD MURJ
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Website URL: www.murj.org

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