The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research has been established to publish outstanding research papers written by Purdue undergraduates from all disciplines who have completed faculty-mentored research projects. The journal is run by students, but behind the scenes is a unique partnership between Purdue University Press and other departments of Purdue University Libraries, working with Purdue Marketing and Media and the Writing Lab, based in the Department of English. Publication of JPUR is sponsored by the Office of the Provost at Purdue University.
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Current Volume: Volume 4 (2014)
The Regulation of Mammary Cell Growth: Determining the Role of Clock
Emily C. Erickson
Infants' Speech Segmentation: The Impact of Mother-Infant Facial Synchrony
Allison Kish, Katie Courtaney, Adi Dilger, Tori Gallo, Lauren King, Amy Jarvis, Ambry Roberson, Meredith Smith, and Serina Thottichira
On the Chopping Block: Examining the Fairness of Observational Data of Teacher Effectiveness
Cody B. Wilson, Rebekah J. Thomas, and Laura P. Capps
Microelectromechanical Systems Lab Simulation Tool
Chemical Restoration of Damaged Hard Drives
Brian Curnett, Talin Darian, Kevin Wojcik, and Sean McCarthy
An Approach to Finding Cyclic Covers in Undirected Graphs Without 2-Cycles
Christopher L. Hanselman
Searching for Trends Superimposed on the Exponential Decay Rate of Cs-137
H. B. Kaplan, Nick Cinko, and Ryan Lazur
Toward Computational Design of a Light Steering Device
Human Factors Sustainability in Airline Line Maintenance Operations
David Turek, Bridget Stanley, and Alex Isgrigg
The Effects of Gender and Psychopathy on Murderers
Robert J. Viater and Jessica H. Rose
Transnational Framing of the 2012 Case of Rape in India
Wynne Renae Lucas
Hokusai, Japanese Folklore, and Modern American Horror
Dillon M. Mills
Troublesome Ally, Strategic Asset: The Nixon Administration and Israel, 1969–1970
Bradley James Pierson
Student author Junxing Shi and his mentor Raji Sundararajan. Shi investigates a new strategy of drug delivery in this issue.