We will accept submissions from undergraduates in all departments, but submitted papers should have a heavy emphasis on mathematics or its applications. In format, submitted papers should mirror the quality of peer-reviewed journal articles. The content of the paper need not contain original research, but in its absence, the submission should provide a new interpretation of an existing idea. Some topic examples include:
- Preliminary results from a research project with a faculty member
- Work from an independent study
- Results from an REU or other undergraduate research opportunity
- Course projects
Remember, the goal of this journal is to encourage and support undergraduate research, so submissions do not need to be novel, ground-breaking discoveries. However, they do need to include new ideas or new applications of old ideas.
Once submitted, the paper will be reviewed by a team of undergraduate students and faculty. We reply to the submitter with updates on the paper's status.
Please upload your files below, and submit any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please do not include any relevant code in your projects. Instead, provide a link to a GitHub repository or other publicly viewable resource within your paper.
If your paper or project is selected for the journal, you will be required to format it according to CJAM's .tex template, which is attached below.