JPUR Stories

This page contains short video interviews with JPUR authors describing their research and what it has meant to them to be a JPUR author.


JPUR Stories: Faculty Mentors

Associate Professor of Political Science and African American Studies Dr. Nadia Brown describes her experience as a JPUR faculty mentor. Political science major and JPUR author Christian Clase discusses his personal experience working with Brown as his mentor. Clase's work is featured in "Out of the Box: Researching a Divided Country," which appears in the 2017 edition of JPUR. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/1288284316416.


JPUR Stories: Stephanie Wicke

Math Education major and JPUR author Stephanie Wicke describes her experiences as the author of, “Teacher Prompting: Investigating a Way to Help Students Develop Critical Thinking Skills,” which appears in the 2013 edition of JPUR. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/1288284315152


JPUR Stories: Madison Heslop

American studies major Madison Heslop describes her experience as the author of, "Murky Drops from Old Pump Rotten," which appears in the 2013 edition of JPUR. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/jpur.03.1.07


JPUR Stories: Patrick Pawletko

JPUR Author Patrick Pawletko describes his experience as the author of, "Community Power from Hydropower Systems: A Capacity-Building Project in Bangang, Cameroon," which appears in the 2013 edition of JPUR. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5703/jpur.03.1.10.