Avicenna – The Stanford Journal on Muslim Affairs endeavors to create an academic agora where issues pertaining to Muslim societies and peoples may be explored.
Intersect is an international Science, Technology, and Society research journal run by undergraduate students at Stanford University and supported by the Program in STS. It welcomes undergraduate, graduate, and PhD submissions at the intersection of history, culture, sociology, art, literature, business, law, health, and design with science and technology. The journal's submissions are not exclusive to Stanford affiliates and generally span several continents.
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Cutting Edge is a student-run, peer-edited journal publishing original research by undergraduates on topics in education.
Topics may include but are not limited to: PreK-12 education; Higher education; International education; Education policy/economics; Education technology; Education entrepreneurship & leadership; School models; Teachers, teaching, and pedagogy; Learning and child development; Sociology of education (intersections with race, gender, sex, religion, or language); Curriculum and assessment; History, philosophy, and ethics of education.
The printing of this publication was made possible by the support by the Bingham Fund for Innovation in the Program in Human Biology.
This journal publishes student assignments from Stanford EDUC 358X and UBC LLED 565D, Developments in Access to Knowledge and Scholarly Communication.
A single volume example of a student-run online journal on microfinance, with a focus on Latin America.