Aims & Scope

The Corinthian: The Journal of Student Research at Georgia College is a scholarly journal published annually by Georgia College. This collection of research recognizes student achievement by providing publishing opportunities for undergraduate and graduate Georgia College students.

Emphasis is on interdisciplinary work aimed at an academic audience. Papers can contribute to the scholarly conversation by reporting critical empirical results in science and mathematics, by developing social science theories, or by exploring descriptive literary and artistic motifs and arguments.

The Corinthian is a proud partner of the Annual Georgia College Student Research Conference held each April. Papers published in The Corinthian that are authored by undergraduate students will also be considered for publication in Metamorphosis, the Council of Public Liberal Arts College’s online journal of undergraduate research.

The Corinthian is sponsored by the Ina Dillard Russell Library at Georgia College and is published in the institutional repository “The Knowledge Box.” The Russell Library is a supporter of Open Access, a publication model that enables the dissemination of research articles to the community without restriction. All papers published in The Corinthian may be accessed by anyone at any time through “The Knowledge Box.”