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Cells and Materials (Western Dairy Center)

Cells and Materials is the international quarterly journal of Covering Morphology and Microanalysis of Tissues, Cells, Materials, and Their Interfaces.

Curiosity (Journals)

Welcome to Curiosity: The Undergraduate Research Journal of Utah State University

Curiosity is an online, mentor-reviewed, open access working-paper series run by students and faculty at Utah State University. The Journal is supported by the Office of Research and is dedicated to the publication of research conducted by USU undergraduates in any discipline. Any research articles, short stories, poetry, photography, films, and/or other creative works authored by USU’s undergraduates are accepted. All undergraduate students at Utah State University are encouraged to submit their research or creative work for publication. If you are unsure whether or not your project is viable for submission, please contact us. Journal submissions are accepted year-round for online publication each spring. All submissions must be reviewed and accepted by the student’s faculty mentor before they are accepted for submission. Every approved submission will be published. To submit your work for publication, please click HERE.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Developmental Disabilities Network Journal (Journals)

ISSN 2694-1104

The Developmental Disabilities Network Journal is an open-source academic journal focused on rigorous scholarship about disability systems and the value and impact of the Developmental Disabilities network. This network is comprised of organizations and programs that conduct interdisciplinary pre-service preparation, advocacy, research, community services, and information dissemination with and on behalf of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. We also welcome scholarship from programs with a similar focus on disability rights, community living, and interdisciplinary research. This journal specifically highlights programs, practices, and policies that encourage the full inclusion of people with disabilities in communities and all aspects of public life.

Food Structure (Western Dairy Center)

Food Structure (formerly known as Food Microstructure), is an international semi-annual journal on the structure of foods and feed with special emphasis on relation between processing, molecular properties, microstructure, and behavior.

Human–Wildlife Interactions (Journals)

ISSN 2155-3874

Human–Wildlife Interactions (HWI) is the only scientific journal dedicated specifically to publishing manuscripts that report research, management case studies, and policy perspectives designed to enhance the professional management of human–wildlife conflicts. HWI is an open-access journal published 3 times per year.

Early online access is available for articles published in a forthcoming issue. View publications for Volume 14, Issue 3 (Winter 2020).

Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies (Journals)

ISSN 2155-1723

About the Journal

The Intermountain West Journal of Religious Studies is designed to promote the academic study of religion at the graduate and undergraduate levels. The journal is affiliated with the Religious Studies Program at Utah State University. Our academic review board includes professionals from universities throughout the United States specializing in the religions of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, and Mormonism, as well as specialists in the fields of Psychology, Anthropology, and Sociology of Religion.

Journal of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (Journals)

ISSN 2381-2362

The Journal of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention is a semi-annual scholarly peer-reviewed online publication dedicated to advancing Early Hearing Detection and Intervention by publishing articles that describe current research, evidence - based practice, and standards of care.

The Journal of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention is a publication of the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM) at Utah State University. NCHAM’s mission is to support effective Early Hearing Detection and Intervention systems via training, technical assistance, and dissemination of evidence-based practices and research.

The aim of the JEHDI is to promote access to evidence-based practice, standards of care, and research focused on all aspects of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention. Taking a broad systems perspective, the JEHDI focuses on newborn and early childhood hearing screening, diagnosis, family support, early intervention, the medical home, information management, financing, quality improvement and other key factors critical for an effective EHDI system.

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Journal of Indigenous Research (Journals)

Full Circle: Returning Native Research to the People

ISSN 2693-6968

 

Journal of Indigenous Research.

This Journal was created in response to community requests for information about research that has been conducted among their people. The focus of this publication is to obtain articles about research conducted with Native American, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian, Maori populations- written for laypeople - and approximately 1500-2000 words. These articles will be published in the Journal of Indigenous Research and will also be sent to local Native newspapers and websites. The articles submitted to newspapers will be under the title "Full Circle - Returning Native Research to the People" Submissions of current research in the areas of Environment, Public Health, Psychology, Education, and General Health are invited. Clinical case studies regarding culturally appropriate practice -based approaches to working with Indigenous people are also acceptable. It is expected that articles will be current research but may also be articles about initial data from projects that are underway. In addition, articles may be summaries of research that have already been published so we can share what has been completed with the communities.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Journal of Mormon History (Journals)

The Journal of Mormon History exists to foster scholarly research and publication in the field of Mormon history. Manuscripts dealing with all aspects of Mormon history are welcome, including twentieth-century history and contemporary history, regional and local history, folklore, historiography, women's history, and ethnic/minorities history. First consideration will be given to those that make a contribution to knowledge through new interpretations and/or new information. The Board of Editors will also consider the paper's general interest, accuracy, level of interpretation, and literary quality. The Journal does not consider reprints or simultaneous submissions. Journal of Mormon History.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Access: Journals from 1974-2014 are available on this Digital Commons. For complete access of the Journal, please go to JSTOR http://jstor.org/journal/mormhis. Subscriptions to the Journal of Mormon History comes with a Mormon History Association membership. For membership information, refer to the University of Illinois Press, http://press.uillinois.edu/journals/jmh.html. For more information on the Mormon History Association, go to http://www.mormonhistoryassociation.org.

Journal of Western Archives (Journals)

ISSN 2154-7149

About the Journal

Archivists in the western United States face a unique set of challenges related to the geography of the West, as well as its recent history. The Journal of Western Archives provides a venue where archivists working in the West can highlight their unique contributions to the archival profession.

See the Journal Overview for a complete coverage of the journal's scope and aims.

Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence (Journals)

ISSN 2644-2132

Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence

Welcome to the Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence--a publication by the Office of Empowering Teaching Excellence at Utah State University. The intent of this journal is to benefit faculty and instructional professionals who teach by providing a place where they can share their ideas, practices, and research around teaching. The intended audience includes faculty and professionals at all institutions who teach, develop instruction, and conduct research related to teaching in higher education.

Managing Cougars in North America (Berryman Institute)

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Natural Resources and Environmental Issues (Journals)

Natural Resources and Environmental Issues (NREI) ISSN 1069-5370, first published in 1993, is a monographic series that recognizes its role in educating natural resources leaders who can then provide the guidance needed to increase the production of the earth's renewable resources while sustaining/enhancing the global environment. The journal is published in a series of volumes, each addressing a single topic and often associated with an organized symposium.

As our title suggests, NREI provides a forum for discussion of all aspects of natural resources and environmental issues. It is our goal to represent the wide range of topics and critical issues in land management and resource sustainability.

NREI, though not considered peer-reviewed*, is critically assessed and edited by the staff and faculty of the College of Natural Resources at Utah State University and the Quinney Natural Resources Research Library of Logan, Utah. It is published on an irregular basis and only once a year. Archived volumes are available for download or purchase from the Quinney Library website.

This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access.

NREI is grateful to the S.J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation for its continuing enthusiasm and support.

*Volume XV: Saline Lakes Around the World is Peer-Reviewed

Outcomes and Impact Quarterly (Extension)

Outcomes & Impact Quarterly (OIQ) serves as a formal Evaluation publication for USU Extension. The newsletter accepts contributions by USU employees and follow a “Research in Brief” format to communicate evaluation results of Extension programming.

Poisonous Plant Research (PPR) (Journals)

ISSN 2692-6709

PPR is an online-only peer-reviewed journal published by Digital Commons. Manuscript submissions will be considered that relate to all aspects of the broad field of poisonous plant research, including original research (both basic and applied research), case reports, field observations in domestic and wild animals, letters to the Editor and scientific reviews. The research can be applicable to the fields of animal science, chemotaxonomy, natural product chemistry, plant science, plant taxonomy, range science, veterinary research, and toxicology.

All articles will be published online and assigned a DOI as soon as they are accepted. Once a year, all accepted articles will be collated into a volume with pagination. Abstracts and full texts will be available online in HTML and PDF formats. PPR is indexed by Google Scholar and Research Gate.

Scanning Electron Microscopy (Western Dairy Center)

Scanning Electron Microscopy is an international journal of Scanning Electron Microscopy, Related Techniques, and Applications. Each volume includes the proceedings of that year's Pfefferkorn Conference.

Scanning Microscopy (Western Dairy Center)

Scanning Microscopy is the quarterly journal of Scanning Electron Microscopy, Other Scanning Microscopies, Related Techniques and Applications. Formerly known as Scanning Electron Microscopy. Supplement volumes include the proceedings of the Pfefferkorn Conferences.

Sink Hollow (Journals)

The site of a meteorological anomaly imparts its name to this journal. The sinkholes within the Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Logan Canyon produce the coldest temperatures in Utah – and often in the entire contiguous United States. The bottom of the sinks never goes more than four days without a freeze, even in midsummer. These pools of trapped nocturnal air can vary from the temperatures surrounding the sinks by as much as 70 degrees. It is so cold, trees do not grow there. We send our salutation from a desert climate valley at -69 degrees.

Welcome to Sink Hollow.

Utah Science (Journals)

Utah Science is a publication of the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station at Utah State University.

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