The Undergraduate Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies is a compilation of academic works (scholarly articles and essays) submitted by students, faculty, and scholars from Grinnell College and from other institutions associated with the Peace and Conflict Studies Program in some capacity. Authors who submit a paper for review agree to serve as a peer-reviewer for that issue.
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Our mission: To foster a forum for creative expression, commentary and scholarship that will stimulate thoughtful dialogue about significant issues in the prairie region of North America.
The articles collected in Pioneering Neuroscience report on original research in the field of neuroscience conducted by students in BIO 150 (Introduction to Biological Inquiry, section The Language of Neurons) and BIO 363 (Neurobiology) as part of Grinnell's distinctive inquiry-based learning program.
The articles collected in Tillers report on original research in prairie ecology performed by students in BIO 150 (Introduction to Biological Inquiry, section "Prairie Restoration") as part of Grinnell's distinctive inquiry-based learning program.