Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind

Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 1
Published July 16, 2024
Issue Description

We are delighted to present the second volume of the Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind (CJAM). The enthusiastic response to our inaugural issue has been both humbling and inspiring, and we are thrilled to continue fostering a platform for the exchange of innovative ideas and groundbreaking research. As we navigate a world marked by unprecedented challenges and transformative change, the role of academia in generating knowledge, fostering critical thinking, and driving innovation has never been more crucial.


The articles within these pages represent a diverse range of perspectives and disciplines, reflecting the interconnected nature of the challenges we face. From New Public Management to Telomere replication, from Canadian broadcasting policy to artificial intelligence, the work presented here offers valuable insights and potential solutions.


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Volume 2, Issue 1 of CJAM Now Available!

CJAM's second volume is out! Packed with inspiring research from students, it features a diverse array of articles. Check out the new issue and stay tuned for details on submitting your own work for the next publication.


July 17, 2024

CJAM (2.1) Contents Now Available!

The Table of Contents for The Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind, Volume 2, Issue 1 is now available!

Get ready to explore a diverse range of thought-provoking articles from undergraduate and graduate scholars. The full issue will be released on Tuesday, July 16, 2024.


July 15, 2024
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The Journal

The Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind is a student-run/student-focused, non-profit, interdisciplinary, open-access research publication dedicated to bringing together the best and brightest minds from across the world to share their ideas and research. We believe, support, and encourage the use of open-access publishing and the accessibility of academic material to the public. CJAM does not charge a fee for any of its services, including article processing, submission, and viewing. We are committed to providing a platform for students to showcase their research findings and to discuss and debate the changing landscape of our world.

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Currently, we are accepting submissions solely from students in their undergraduate or graduate studies. We hope that in the future, we will have the capacity to also support the submissions of academics and professors. Professors are welcome to and encouraged to co-author students' papers.