The Crown is a new SU undergraduate research journal, edited by and for Honors students, that was created to provide a platform for their legacy and work to live on.
Born out of a fall 2023 Honors course dedicated to journal production, The Crown seeks to highlight the academic work of students from all disciplines in one central location. The journal includes a variety of pieces from technical projects to analytical essays, all of which are open access and peer reviewed.
Submissions for the inaugural 2023 edition are now closed. The journal will be published at the end of the Fall 2023 semester, in print and on this website.
Current Volume: Volume 1 (2023)
Development of the Embryonic Left-Right Organizer: Identifying regulators of proliferation during development of the embryonic left-right organizer
Amanda Marzouk, Edward Guy IV, and Jeffery D. Amack
Dirty Jersey: Geographies of contaminated sites and race
Green Nation Building: Children’s book authors in the Arab world
Making Mathematics Meaningful: How learning about local social injustices develops undergraduate students’ identity, intellect, skill, and criticality
Emanuel Boutros, Qiong Wu, Hanyi Xu, and Nicole Fonger
Psychometric Functions on Word Recognition Test Exploring the difference in performance between Mandarin-English bilinguals and English monolinguals on the NU-6 word recognition test
William Russell and Jamie Desjardins