Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal

Current Issue

Vol. 1 No. 4 (2022)
Published December 1, 2022


Marissa Guzik, Grace Saba, Elizabeth Wright-Fairbanks
Observing Winter Carbonate Chemistry Dynamics Throughout the Mid-Atlantic Bight Shelf Using Novel Glider Technology
Diana Stachula, Amrik Sahota
Cystinuria: Genetic Aspects and Novel Pharmacotherapeutics
Zhongrui Zhang, Yin Hei Lau, Sonia Arora
In Silico Studies of Compounds Present in Azadirachta Indica (Neem) and Their Ability to Bind Hiv Integrase Protein
Habiba Abdelhalim, Sonia Arora
Identification of Anti-Inflammatory Compounds Present in Nigella Sativa and Analyzing Their Effects on the Inflammation Pathway Using In Silico Techniques
Jay Patel, Michael Verzi
Exploring Epithelial Communication to the Mesenchyme and Its Impact on the Expression of Genes Related to Tumorigenesis
Deeksha Misri, Erin E. Chille, Timothy G. Stephens, Debashish Bhattacharya
Differential Gene Expression Analysis and Gene Ontology in Triploid and Diploid Pocillopora Acuta
Sarah Pfreundschuh
Making A Dent in the Obesity Equation via Coupling Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes with Fruit and Vegetable Subsidies
Serena Luckhoff
Rilke in Translation: Uncovering the Panther in the English Language
Eliza K. Peterson, Andrew Urban
Socializing at the Shopping Mall: A Review of Literature to Reassess the Social Value of the American Mall
Meghana Nampally
Is It All in Our Heads? An Investigation into American and Historical Legacies of Racism and Social Frameworks that Perpetuate Racial Inequalities in Twenty-First Century Healthcare Systems
Robert Wargaski
Privacy Paradox or Privacy Apathy? Exploring the Relationship between Social Media Usage and Public Opinion on Government Usage of Data Collection Programs
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The Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal, in affiliation with the Aresty Research Center, is an undergraduate-run, interdisciplinary journal designed to showcase the cutting-edge undergraduate research conducted at Rutgers University. Our mission is to provide undergraduate researchers the opportunity to publish their own work and experience the peer review process. In our review process, researchers implement multiple rounds of revisions based on peer reviews from undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty.

An extension of our mission is to offer a unique educational program for students to learn about and gain hands-on experience with peer review. More information about the Aresty Rutgers Undergraduate Research Journal and how to get involved can be found on our website.