The Rutgers Research Review (referred to as "R-Cubed") is an online research magazine based in New Brunswick, NJ that was established in 2015 and is run by undergraduates of Rutgers University. We seek to publicize research performed by Rutgers undergraduates in all disciplines and to discuss the research experiences of students and professors within the community. We aim to accomplish this goal by publishing articles written by undergraduates that either focus on undergraduate research projects or reflections on the research experiences of Rutgers undergraduates, faculty, and alumni.
Our editors have experience conducting research in a variety of disciplines. They are also trained in research communication through the Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates at Rutgers University and have previously presented their research at symposiums and/or conferences. Through their training and experience, they are capable of explaining their own research projects and helping others explain their projects to an intelligent, non-expert audience.
We work closely with the Aresty Research Center for Undergraduates to accomplish our goals. Along with other academic student organizations, we hold events as part of a series called "Rutgers Research Summit." Through these events, students can learn more about specific research projects at Rutgers University from the faculty principal investigators.