Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Darthmouth Undergrad. J. Sci.|
|Edited by||Hae-Lin Cho|
R.C. Brayshaw & Co. (United States)
The Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science is the official open access science journal of Dartmouth College, publishing original scientific research, multidisciplinary review articles, and science news. In May 2001, the journal was recognized by Nature as a model undergraduate science journal.
The journal is published quarterly in print and online, and weekly science news articles are also made available on "DUJS Online". The Fall 2012 edition introduced its first annual International Science Essay Contest.
The journal was started in 1998 by Tim Lesle, Soon Hyouk Lee, Arvindh Kanagasundram, and Amar Dhand and established with the publication of the first issue in the Spring of 1999. The journal expanded its impact on campus over the next few years and launched its website, DUJS Online, to feature more frequent science news articles covering events at Dartmouth and select publications by Dartmouth faculty. In 2012, the journal further expanded its outreach through a partnership with the Undergraduate Office of Admissions and hosted its first International Science Essay Competition for high school students.
The following persons have been president of the journal:
- James R. Howe, VI
- Scott W. Gladstone
- Derek R. Racine
- Yoo Jung Kim
- Daniel K. Lee, Jr.
- Andrew H. Zureick
- Alice (Shu) Pang
- Hannah L. Payne
- Colby Chiang
- William Schpero
- Frank Glaser
- Jacob Goldberg
- "DUJS – The Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science". Kresge Physical Sciences Library. 13 April 2011. Retrieved 7 April 2013.
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- Chen, Josette (3 May 2001). "The youth team". Nature. Nature Publishing Group. 411 (6833): 13–14. doi:10.1038/35075162.
- "DUJS Online".
- "2014 ISEC Competition". DUJS Online.
- "Ten Years of the DUJS". 16 May 2008.
- "DUJS recognized in the journal Nature". 18 May 2001.
- "Staying Power Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science celebrates 10 years". Vox of Dartmouth. 26 May 2008.
- "Archives". DUJS Online.