Journal Information

  • Keywords: undergraduate student research, creativity


As part of its mission to highlight TCU’s best undergraduate student research and creativity, The Boller Review publishes both primary student work and profiles of student researchers, artists, and creative writers.

Undergraduate research helps students to develop and act as original, independent thinkers who pose their own difficult questions and work to solve those problems. Undergraduate research and creativity is an integral component of the TCU curriculum, and The Boller Review aims not only to promote some of TCU’s best students by showcasing their work, but also to advance the TCU mission to “educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community.” The Boller Review provides an opportunity for some of TCU’s most accomplished students to present their work to readers around the world.

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