We are delighted to present Volume 1 of The Journal of Undergraduate Ethnic Minority Psychology (JUEMP). The professional reviewers for this volume were Mr. Shantay Mines, Ed.S, LMFT (Marriage and Family Therapist, Department of Veterans Affairs), and Dr. Ernestine A.W. Duncan (Chair of the Department of Psychology, Norfolk State University).
The goal of JUEMP is to publish up-to-date, high-quality and original research papers that are first-authoured by undergraduate students. Please know that co-authours may be non-students (e.g., faculty, community members, etc.). We encourage and invite you to submit, either individually or collaboratively, your manuscripts for consideration. Best wishes and thank you in advance for your interest and contribution to The Journal of Undergraduate Ethnic Minority Psychology.
Dr. D. Lisa Cothran, Editor
Harrell, M., & Cothran, D.L. (2015). Meeting the Need: Developing an On-line, Open Access Journal Focused on Ethnic Minority Undergraduate Students. Journal of Undergraduate Ethnic Minority Psychology, 1, 1-3. (pdf file: Harrell_Cothran_JUEMP_2015)
Perdue, A., Young, S., Balam, E.M., & Vazin, T. (2015). Skin Tone, Ratings of Attractiveness, and Personality Traits. Journal of Undergraduate Ethnic Minority Psychology, 1, 7-9. (pdf file: Perdue_Young_Balam_Vazin_JUEMP_2015)