New Prairie Press (NPP), the publishing arm of Kansas State University Libraries, is proud to showcase student scholarship, including the student-run journalOz, a journal featuring undergraduate research, Crossing Borders, and the conference proceedings of the Kansas State University Undergraduate Research Conference.
Crossing Borders, publishing since 2015, was NPP's first journal featuring undergraduate scholarship and the first to invite a member of the Libraries' staff to serve on its editorial board.
An award-winning print publication since 1979, Oz is the student-run journal of the Kansas State University College of Architecture, Planning, and Design, publishing essays and projects from leading practitioners, scholars and artists worldwide. NPP hosts all volumes through the most current two years.
In 2019, the Kansas State University Undergraduate Research Conference became our first conference proceedings to highlight the research of student scholars.
The Prairie Journal of Educational Research (PJER) was published by Kansas State University’s College of Education students from 2016-2018.
Transactions of the Burgon Society is the annual journal of the Society. The Burgon Society welcomes submissions in one of the three fields that reflect our main areas of interest: the history, design and practice of academic dress.