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Aperture committee leaders group

Aperture definition: a “space through which light passes in an optical or photographic instrument”; referencing how research brings things to light and drives innovation.

Aperture is an open-access, interdisciplinary, peer and expert reviewed student journal at the University of Kentucky. The journal’s primary mission is to make more visible the rich and diverse scholarship conducted by University of Kentucky undergraduates and promote the advancement of knowledge by publishing reports of their unique experiential endeavors.

Aperture is edited and produced by an undergraduate student editorial board of peer editors. Our board is composed of individuals with rich writing, editing, and research experiences who are passionate about the publication of undergraduate work.

Historic submissions have included works from a variety of subject areas including:

● Agriculture                 

● Architecture

● Artistic and musical creations

● Business

● Creative writing and poetry

● Engineering

● Humanities

● Social, natural, and medical sciences



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Email: aperture@uky.edu        Instagram: @ukyaperture       Phone: 859-257-0049