This site contains archived issues for The Pegasus Review: UCF Undergraduate Research Journal (URJ). For more information about the URJ or to view the current issue, please visit us at http://urj.ucf.edu
The creation and discovery of knowledge stands at the heart of university life, and the URJ encourages students to participate in this exciting endeavor. No matter your major, from engineering to history, from nursing to statistics, from education to hospitality management and anything and everything between, your field of interest relies on the next generation of scholars to devise new interpretations and solutions for further progress to be attained. Essays submitted for publication in the URJ are formally reviewed by experts in the relevant field and are held to exacting academic standards of originality, accuracy, and presentation. Through this process, we hope that students will develop their skills as writers and researchers, as we also hope to inspire others to undertake research when they read these exemplary articles on an array of fascinating subjects.
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Most Recent Archived Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1
The Impact of Crown Conch on Intertidal Oyster Populations in Mosquito Lagoon
Casey Craig, Courtney Buck, Chelsea Landau, and Jordan Filipponi
Social Behavior in a Herd of Captive Male Giraffes
Patrick Ziarnowski and Kaidi Fenrich