Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Student Journal Publishing Opportunities – MATHEMATICS

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Journal NameDiscipline(s)Description
Pi Mu Epsilon Journal (PMEJ)Mathematics Submissions: membership in Pi Mu Epsilon is NOT a requirement, email a copy of the LaTeX files to the Editor. Also mail three paper copies to the Editor’s mailing address.
Maintained by the Dept. of Mathematics at UNC Charlotte
SIURO-SIAM Undergraduate Research Online (SIURO)Mathematics Online Publications
Focus: applied & computational mathematics – analysis, discrete mathematics, statistics, operations research, optimization, dynamical systems, modeling, computation; Areas of application: physical, life, financial, management sciences & engineering
Submissions: 15 different journals (, submit to under proper journal abbreviation
Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal (UMJ)MathematicsSubmissions: work should be completed before graduation, must be sponsored by a mathematician – submission letters (see guidelines for attachments and sponsor letters) should be emailed to
Online Journal
Published bi-annually (Spring & Fall)
Nexus Network Journal: Architecture and Mathematics On-lineMathematicsPeer-Reviewed
Focus: application of mathematical principles to architectural design
Published bi-annually (Spring & Fall)
Internet Journal
Submissions: research articles, didactics, viewpoints, book reviews, conference and exhibit reports – email to
InvolveMathematicsSubmissions: initial manuscript submission should be in a PDF file (see guidelines), faculty co-authorship
Published quarterly
Morehead Electronic Journal of Applicable Mathematics (MEJAM)MathematicsInterdisciplinary focus – historical, expository or original
Sponsored by Morehead State University
Electronic Journal
Submsisions: must be faculty sponsored,
Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences (MJMS)MathematicsPublished Fall, Winter, Spring
Furman University Electronic Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics (FUEJUM)MathematicsOnline Journal
Submissions: student must have a faculty sponsor, see guidelines

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Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613

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