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Calliope is West Virginia University’s undergraduate literary journal. For the past 26 years, students at WVU have collaborated to create this award-winning journal, a showcase of the exemplary creative efforts of the student body. Submitting to Calliope is exclusive to WVU students, regardless of major, and historically has included works of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and artwork.
The Journal of the Campus Read provides undergraduate students at West Virginia University to contribute to campus and community-wide conversations of shared reading experiences. The journal is a joint initiative of the WVU Humanities Center and the WVU Libraries.
The Mountaineer Undergraduate Research Review (MURR) publishes outstanding multidisciplinary research performed by undergraduates at West Virginia University. MURR is a student-led publication of the West Virginia University Office of Undergraduate Research. Papers are reviewed by qualified faculty members at WVU and are reviewed and edited by a Student Editorial Board.
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About This Journal
Open Paleontology (OPAL) publishes original, peer-reviewed research in all branches of paleontology, ranging from brief occurrence notes to comprehensive descriptive studies.
Diversity is important to Open Paleontology
Open Paleontology is committed to being a proactive leader for Openness, Inclusivity, and Equity in academic publishing. Scientific research benefits all human-kind, and we believe that all human-kind has a right to access that research. We strive to remove barriers at every phase of scientific research and publishing. In addition to removing financial barriers to scientific research in the form of APCs and paywalls, we are also dedicated to promoting inclusivity and equity in the paleo- and geosciences. We support the publication of scientific research across the world by all, irrespective of gender, gender identity, religious and ethnic background, LGBTQ community, geographic location, nationality, political view, socioeconomic status, disability, age, family structure, career level, education level, or career path.
West Virginia Law Review (WVU College of Law)
West Virginia Law Review Online (WVU College of Law)
The editors of Volume 117 of the West Virginia Law Review launched the West Virginia Law Review Online in 2015. The goal of the online edition is to publish articles that focus on West Virginia issues with articles written by journal editors, WVU College of Law professors, and practitioners from West Virginia. Many will be shorter than a traditional law review article, so as to offer more accessible publication opportunities for lawyers and judges. The online edition provides relevant, topical, high-quality legal research to practitioners in our state, to better fulfill the journal's duty to support the state’s legal community.
The West Virginia University Historical Review publishes award-winning history undergraduate capstone papers, as selected by the WVU Department of History's Undergraduate Committee.