About The Research Paper
Annual Spring Release Party
The Research Paper (TRP) is an open-access student-run publication that features undergraduate researchers here at Cornell University; it features profiles of student researchers from across the Cornell campus. Published twice a year, The Research Paper highlights how Cornell students extend their academic interests beyond the classroom. Our magazine is designed to appeal to those with an interest in undergraduate research, from students and teachers through to scientists, administrators, and the community. Since 2000, we have been promoting topical stories from all areas of research at Cornell University. The magazine presents highlights from the school's current and ever-changing research environment, providing not only an insight into Cornell's laboratories but also presenting the unique people behind the research. Interviews with undergraduate researchers, attractive photo spreads, and clean layouts make the magazine a fascinating and valuable read. The overarching vision of The Research Paper is to provide student researchers with a platform to humanize their research and to broadcast it to a general readership.
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The Research Paper is a magazine written and published by undergraduates; it features profiles of student researchers from across the Cornell campus. Published twice a year, The Research Paper highlights how Cornell students extend their academic interests beyond the classroom. Regular columns include a look at research by a graduate student, a faculty member, and an alum. The vision of The Research Paper is to provide student researchers with a platform to humanize their research and to broadcast it to a general readership.
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