These peer-reviewed journals are published by the students of Stanford University with the support of the Graduate School of Education. For information on how other groups of Stanford University students can take advantage of this publishing platform for their journal, please contact john.willinsky@stanford.edu.

Journals

  • Intersect: The Stanford Journal of Science, Technology, and Society

    Intersect is an international Science, Technology, and Society research journal run by undergraduate students at Stanford University and supported by the Progam in STS at Stanford. 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. 

  • The Cutting Edge: The Stanford Undergraduate Journal of Education Research

    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: Sociology of education, personal experiences in education, educational initiatives and entrepreneurship, learning and child development, education technology, and current events in education.

  • Stanford Journal of Public Health

    The Stanford Journal of Public Health (SJPH) is an annual student-run publication at Stanford University dedicated to connecting different players in the public health community in a forum for engaged scholarship. The Journal features a multi-faceted approach to public health issues, and is divided into three sections: Policy, Investigation, Experience, and Research. We seek to provide undergraduates with a meaningful way to engage in these issues by contributing to the Journal.  In this way, the Journal provides interested students with the opportunity for tangible contribution to the public health sector and simultaneously raises awareness of critical issues in public health.