Inquiry journal is the online, multi-disciplinary undergraduate research journal of the University of New Hampshire.  It offers undergraduate researchers in all disciplines the opportunity to communicate their experiences and results to general as well as academic audiences worldwide—the final and very important step in the research process. The journal accepts submissions for research articles, commentaries, and research briefs from current and recently graduated students of UNH only. Submissions are reviewed by staff editors and if accepted go through several rounds of revision before publication. A student editorial board provides feedback throughout the revision process. Please contact the editors at if you are interested in being published or in becoming a student editor. Inquiry was made possible by a generous endowment from Mr. Dana Hamel.

The Hamel Center’s Undergraduate Research Blog provides a venue for student researchers to share their experiences with the greater academic community. Students are encouraged to write about all facets of research—from developing a research question to daily research activities to reflecting on the challenges faced and successes found. Undergraduate researchers from all disciplines at UNH are invited to participate. Please contact the editors at to share a story idea or to submit a piece of writing for consideration. Posts should not exceed 750 words.