The International Journal of High School Research aims to select the highest quality of student work to represent the future of the scientific community. Two issues will be published each year with selections of a variety of student work. Only manuscripts prepared according to template guidelines will be considered for review. For any questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why publish with IJHSR
Students gain experience writing for a scientific journal which may help their college applications stand out. IJHSR is unique in that high school students from around the globe are published together. Students can see how they stack up internationally and read the work of their peers around the world.
We thank our editorial board member who provide their expertise at no cost to applicants. If you would like to join the IJHSR team as an editorial board member, please email your credentials to email@example.com.
Dr. Richard Beal, Director of International Programs, Terra Science and Education
Claire Madigan, K-12 Program Coordinator, Terra Science and Education
Hailee Claycomb, Copy Editor Intern, Terra Science and Education
Lauren Devlin, Marketing Associate, Terra Science and Education
Kaylee May, Director of Marketing & Operations, Terra Science and Education
Mary Eileen Wood, STEM Education Consultant, Terra Science and Education
Dr. Fehmi Damkaci, President, Terra Science and Education
Dr. Sreeram Dhurjaty, Owner & Primary Consultant, Dhurjaty Electronics Consulting, LLC
Dr. Ernest Hemphill, Microbiology Professor, Syracuse University
Dr. Martin Tenniswood, Cancer Research Center, SUNY Albany
Richard Wood P.E., COO, Applied Biorefinery Sciences
YOUTH EDITORIAL BOARD
Fiona Hennig, Oakland Children’s Hospital
Phoebe Kurtzman, Dartmouth College, Spotify
Grayson Lenhard, University of Rochester
Hakeem Salem, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
We thank our sponsor for their support and recognition with the process of creating this journal. You can find out more about Terra Science and Education at terraed.org.