Since 2012, the Arizona Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies has provided an intellectual home for original interdisciplinary research led by UArizona undergraduates. After a brief hiatus, undergraduate Editor-in-Chief Robert Lowell and a dedicated undergraduate editing team supported the production of a new issue for 2021. This issue is now publicly available online, hosted by University of Arizona Libraries.
Student authors in this issue represent diverse disciplines across the University, from the Colleges of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences, to the Colleges of Science, Pharmacy, and Engineering.
Confluencenter is proud to be part of this editorial effort, as an example of how innovative and interdisciplinary scholarship can transcend borders, disciplines and intellectual differences.