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Academic High Altitude Conference

University of Nebraska, Omaha

Conference October 27 - 28
Abstracts due - Friday, September 28, 2018
Abstract acceptance notification - Friday, October 5th, 2018
Near-final paper draft due - Friday, October 19th, 2018
Presentation slides and electronic version of posters due - Thursday, October 25th, 2018
Final paper due - Friday, November 9th, 2018

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Ag Decision Maker Newsletter (Extension and Experiment Station Publications)

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Agricultural Law Digest (Journals)

The Agricultural Law Digest covers important nationwide developments in agricultural law. Each issue of the Agricultural Law Digest also provides summaries of recent statutory, regulatory and case law developments in state and federal law.

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Agricultural Policy Review (Center for Agricultural and Rural Development)

The Agricultural Policy Review is a timely, relevant publication that brings together CARD faculty and staff with Iowa State University Economics faculty with extension appointments, covering many facets of agricultural policy including energy, nutrition, food security, international trade and the environment.

The Agricultural Policy Review is published three times a year (Winter, Spring and Fall) by CARD, The Center for Agricultural and Rural Development. CARD is a center located within the Department of Economics in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University.

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Ames Forester (Journals)

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Aperiodic 2018 ("9th Conference on Aperiodic Crystals") (Conferences and Symposia)

Welcome to the Iowa State University Digital Press site for Aperiodic 2018. Abstracts will be submitted and published via the Digital Press.
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Bulletin (Extension and Experiment Station Publications)

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Bulletin P (Extension and Experiment Station Publications)

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Datum: student journal of architecture (Journals)

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Ethos (Student Magazines)

Ethos, Iowa State University's student-run general interest magazine, is printed three times each school year. Ethos is a full-color magazine with opportunities for writers, editors, designers, photographers and advertising and public relations representatives. Like regional and national magazines, Ethos goes in-depth to get to the core of the story in literary journalistic style. The stories are lively and colorful, highlighting campus personalities, university issues and how to have fun at Iowa State. Recent Ethos staffers have worked at Better Homes and Gardens, Parents, Country Home, Time for Kids, Seventeen, Family Circle, Money, Midwest Living, Living the Country Life, Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles, The Des Moines Register, MTV News, WHO-TV and The Huffington Post.

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Farm Progress Reports (Extension and Experiment Station Publications)

Iowa State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, in partnership with ISU Extension and Outreach, conducts research on Iowa farmland every year. The farm reports are annual agricultural research project updates. These articles are not final results, but progress reports on agricultural research and agriculture-related scientific activities.

The Farm Progress Reports are organized by year. To browse the reports by year, use the "Select an issue" drop-down menu in the left sidebar.

To browse the reports by farm, please use the links below:

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Farm Science Reporter (Extension and Experiment Station Publications)

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Getting Into Soil & Water

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International Conference on the Epidemiology and Control of Biological, Chemical and Physical Hazards in Pigs and Pork (Conferences and Symposia)

The SafePork conference series began in 1996 to bring together international researchers, industry, and government agencies to discuss current Salmonella research and identify research needs pertaining to both pig and pork production. In subsequent years topics of research presented at these conferences expanded to include other chemical and biological hazards to pig and pork production.

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International Society for Agricultural Safety and Health Annual Conference

The International Society for Agricultural Safety and Health (ISASH) invites abstract submissions for the 2019 Annual Conference in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.A. The theme for 2019 is “River to River: Yielding Agricultural Health and Safety”. Abstracts are accepted in the following categories:

  • Oral presentations (completed research and ongoing research)
  • Panel/Round table Presentations
  • Educational Displays
  • Research Posters
Please review the following information and select the format that is appropriate for your proposed presentation. In addition to the presentation, all presenters have the option to submit a Technical Paper on their presentation.

Conference Audience. ISASH conferences are designed for professionals and practitioners interested in agricultural health and safety research, education, practice, and policy. ISASH members and conference participants represent a growing number of countries. Conference language is English.

Topics of Interest. ISASH encourages presentations on specific safety and health issues as they apply in agricultural settings. This includes a broad range of efforts and techniques aimed at reducing hazards and improving the safety and health of agricultural producers, family members, employees, and visitors on farms, ranches, and other agricultural worksites. ISASH Issue Committees have expressed particular interest in presentations related to the topics listed below. However, abstracts on other topics will also be considered.

  • Emerging Issues: new technologies, exposures, research methods and outreach concepts; effects of climate change, and effects of changes in agriculture and health policies on agricultural safety and health
  • Health Issues: respiratory, hearing, musculoskeletal, cancer, mental health, aging, access to health care, response to avian influenza
  • Safety Issues: injuries, cumulative trauma, ergonomics, machinery automation, presence sensing technology, guarding, prevention, intervention
  • Knowledge Mobilization: resource sharing, best practices for educational dissemination, metrics for evaluating programs, and use of online resources including National Ag Safety Database (NASD), and eXtension
  • Special Populations: fishing workforce, migrant workers, returning veterans in agricultural workplaces, farmers with disabilities, new/beginning farmers and workers, elderly farmers and workers, and children on the farm (living, working, and visiting)

Student Submissions. ISASH is committed to facilitating the development of future agricultural health and safety professionals and researchers. For this reason, students are strongly encouraged to submit their research to ISASH on the topics noted above. In addition to presenting research, students will have the opportunity for professional development and networking. An award will be presented to honor Outstanding Research presented by a student.

Oral Presentation Categories

Oral Presentations. Oral presentations should report results from completed research or ongoing research (research in progress) or prevention activities (educational programs) that are pertinent to the ISASH audience. ISASH promotes the interaction between research and practice. Therefore, presenters are asked to describe how their findings apply to practice in the field. Oral presentations may describe local, regional, national, or international work. Presenters should follow accepted professional conference practices. This includes avoiding jargon; describing abbreviations of organizations, and using internationally recognized measurement units. The program committee will place oral presentations into breakout sessions with common themes. Presentation time is typically 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for discussion.

Abstracts for oral presentations are due February 28, 2019 – abstracts that arrive after this date or that are not accepted as oral presentations will be considered for presentation as research or program posters. Authors of accepted oral presentations for completed research will be given the opportunity to also submit a technical paper to accompany their presentation. Please submit oral presentation abstracts using this link.

Panel/Roundtable Presentations. Authors may request a panel or roundtable session to discuss a broader topic that has particular importance for ISASH members. The Panel/Roundtable leader should submit one abstract for the session that explains the overall theme and lists all presenters involved in the presentation along with information regarding what each participant will be contributing. The duration of a Panel/Round-table session is typically one hour. Abstracts for Panel/Round-table oral presentations are due February 28, 2019. Please submit oral presentation abstracts for panels/round-tables here.

Educational Displays and Posters

Educational Displays. Educational displays are encouraged, highlighting a product or service that has interest/value for conference participants and ISASH members. Educational displays may be the appropriate format for organizations to present a product, service, demonstration, or item that should be demonstrated with samples or materials that could not be effectively presented in other formats. Tables will be available for educational displays. This category applies to public and private sector organizations. Vendors of commercial products like personal protective equipment should contact the organizing committee regarding display space.

Abstracts for educational displays are due March 22, 2019. Please submit abstracts for educational displays here.

Program Posters. This category encourages discussion of programs aiming to improve the health and safety in agriculture, forestry, and fishing. Programs could involve: education; information dissemination; communication; campaigns; delivery of occupational health services; producer and commodity group programs; agribusiness and insurance initiatives; child, youth, and school activities; programs for minorities and vulnerable populations; and other programs aiming to improve the safety and health of diverse populations. Practical information on how programs have been delivered, lessons learned, indicators of success, and future plans should be presented.

Abstracts for program posters are due March 22, 2019. Please submit abstracts for program posters here.

Research Posters. This category encourages the presentation of results from completed research or ongoing research (research in progress) or prevention activities (educational programs) that are pertinent to the ISASH audience in a printed poster format. Similar to the oral presentations, the content may involve results from research, education, services, programs or agribusiness and insurance initiatives. Posters are typically displayed throughout the conference and specific poster session times will be assigned in the program.

Abstracts for research posters are due March 22, 2019. Please submit abstracts for research posters here.

All abstracts are peer-reviewed by ISASH Professional Improvement Committee or experts selected by the committee. The review uses the following criteria:

  1. Significance of the topic/problem to agriculture, forestry, and fishing
  2. Innovation and novelty of the concept, method, program or intervention
  3. Contribution to science and/or practice in agricultural safety and
  4. Technical quality of the abstract including: writing style, language, and clarity of describing the need, purpose, objectives, methods, program/project features, findings, conclusions, and practical field applications

Technical Papers

Authors of accepted oral presentations will be given the opportunity to also submit a technical paper to accompany their presentation. A technical paper should report results from completed research or program activities as described in the accepted abstract and should follow the common format for technical papers (e.g. Introduction, Methods, Results, and Conclusions). In the conclusion of the paper, authors are asked to describe how their findings apply to practice in the field.

The maximum length of a Technical paper is 10 pages, single-spaced, 1-inch margins, and with no font smaller than 11-point. A cover page with the ISASH logo and template information will be provided to authors who indicate an interest in submitting a technical paper. Technical papers are peer-reviewed by ISASH Professional Improvement Committee and published by ISASH online. Technical Papers are due by May 17, 2019. After peer review, authors will be notified of acceptance by May 31, 2019 and provided with reviewer comments. Revised final versions of technical papers are due no later than June 14, 2019 to be published in the online ISASH Technical Paper series. All Technical Papers received by the deadlines will be reviewed and considered for ISASH Research Awards administered by the ISASH Research and Development Committee.

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Iowa Ag Review (Center for Agricultural and Rural Development)

Iowa Ag Review was published by the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development. This publication presents summarized results that emphasize the implications of ongoing agricultural policy analysis, analysis of the near-term agricultural situation, and discussion of agricultural policies currently under consideration.

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Iowa Farm Science (Extension and Experiment Station Publications)

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Iowa State Journal of Research (Journals)

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Iowa State University Summer Symposium on Science Communication (Conferences and Symposia)

The Science Communication Project @ISU was founded in 2010 with the goal of enhancing collaborative research on, education for, and the practice of public science communication, broadly conceived. Our biennial symposia- which include public presentations of multidisciplinary research and interactive workshops- bring together a network of scholars who share interests in public engagement of science, environmental communication, natural resource management, and agriscience. Conference proceedings showcase research, evaluations, and critiques of science communication-related practices and phenomena.

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Iowa State University Veterinarian (Journals)

The Iowa State University Veterinarian was the official publication of the Iowa State University Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Publication began in 1938 as The Veterinary Student. In 1950 it was renamed The Iowa State College Veterinarian, and from 1959 until 2001, when publication ceased, it was known as The Iowa State University Veterinarian. The journal was the first veterinary student publication in the country covering research of the Veterinary Research Institute and of the Veterinary School departments, case reports from the Clinic, and student, faculty and alumni news. One hundred seventy-three issues in 63 volumes were published during its run.

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Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis (Journals)

The Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis is a peer-reviewed online journal that provides a space for emerging scholars, educators, and activists to engage in critical and progressive inter/transdisciplinary scholarship and dialogue that supports awareness of social justice issues and challenges individuals to move towards advocacy and concrete engagement with social justice movements. JCTP is also committed to providing all authors with developmental feedback that helps clarify, sharpen, and communicate ideas and arguments in a manner accessible to a broad social justice community. See the About for a complete coverage of the journal. Please contact us at with any questions.

The Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis does not accept manuscripts on a rolling-basis. Please look for our call for papers and submission deadlines in May and November which are posted on our website and across social media platforms.

New Special Issue: Call for Papers

Queering the Academy

Submission Deadline Extended: May 1, 2019

Given the socio-political climate that has diminished notions of truth, justice, and the value of education writ large, the academy has been under increased scrutiny to maintain the status quo. In preserving the status quo, or at least attempting to not make waves or catch the eye of critics, the academy continues to perpetuate dominant narratives of education which suggest a rigid understanding of scholarly praxis. Actions, scholarship, policies, or teachings that continue to prescribe to these dominant narratives, whether covert or overt, can (and often do) support patriarchy, racism, cis-heteronormativity, xenophobia, ableism, and other systems of oppression. As a result, there appears to be an increased need to rethink ways of doing things in an effort to break from unfair traditions that are well-known so that all people in the academy can be successful.

In an attempt to break away from the metaphorical chains of the status quo, in 2010, Renn called for an increased use of queer theory and its family of critical theories, as well as for work that queers the institutions and systems of (higher) education itself, including research design and methods. By way of an example, Renn asks: “What is more nonqueer than traditional doctoral education or the tenure system,” and points out that “faculty and students in interdisciplinary programs face more structural obstacles in the academy than do their colleagues in the ‘pure’ disciplines” (p. 132). Yet, despite these provocative thoughts, queering remains nebulous and even enigmatic to many students and scholars. The mystery lies in unclear definitions, methodologies and conceptualizations of “queer,” leaving scholars to ask: How is queering done? Who can queer? What forms does this work take?

After nearly a decade since Renn’s (2010) call to action to advance queer and queering work, JCTP seeks to understand how scholars and practitioners have responded and pushed back against antiquated ways of doing. As a journal that promotes critical thought and praxis, we envision the act of queering as a conscious act of doing things differently, challenging the status quo, or resisting dominant narratives that center already-privileged voices, methods, data, practices, or locations. Although queer scholarship might be connected to non-heterosexual identities, it is also work that “ultimately aims to interrogate and disrupt what is perceived as…normative structures within academia” (Miller & Rodriguez, 2016, p. xvi).

JCTP invites submissions for a special issue on queering the academy. We seek work that disrupts power dynamics amongst or between tradition and innovation. In particular, we encourage works that illustrate how queering can be done, thereby inspiring future critical scholars to look beyond the finite boxes into which they may have been socialized. We seek “any form of research positioned within conceptual frameworks that highlight the instability of taken-for-granted meanings and resulting power relations” (Browne & Nash, 2016, p. 4).We invite scholars and professionals from a range of disciplinary and professional positions to submit work (research articles, conceptual essays, or book reviews) that identifies ways that scholars are able to push back against dominant narratives and/or oppressive histories of education – inclusive of research, teaching, and practice.

We request works that attend to these central questions:

• What traditional line of scholarship (hierarchies, practices, etc.) are you resisting?

• In what ways are you up-ending the status quo in your field? What does that look like?

• How does your positionality influence what needs to be queered, or how you queer?

JCTP conceives of scholarship in the broadest sense possible to include not only research, but also teaching, service, advocacy, and other forms of praxis. We also conceive the academy to be inclusive of educational contexts across the P-20 spectrum and inclusive of any academic discipline.

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Submission Timeline

Deadline EXTENDED: May 1, 2019

Anticipated Publication: ~late fall 2019

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MAC Newsletter (Journals)

The MAC Newsletter's primary mission is to share information about archival happenings in the Midwest and to promote through that sharing the archival services we bring to our constituents. Advocating the importance and value of archives in the Midwest lies at the core of MAC's existence and its newsletter supports that.

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Research Bulletin (Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station) (Extension and Experiment Station Publications)

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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation (Conferences and Symposia)

Begun in 1973, the Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation (QNDE) is the premier international NDE meeting designed to provide an interface between research and early engineering through the presentation of current ideas and results focused on facilitating a rapid transfer to engineering development.

This site provides free, public access to papers presented at the annual QNDE conference between 1983 and 1999, and abstracts for papers presented at the conference since 2001.

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Revival Magazine (Student Magazines)

Revival Magazine is an image-dominant magazine that exposes unique and unknown art on the Iowa State University campus and in the city of Ames, Iowa. Revival provides an alternative to existing publications on campus by highlighting Ames' underground counterculture, including affordable fashions, local businesses, and local talent.

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Sir Magazine (Student Magazines)

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Sketch (Journals)

Sketch is a literary journal edited and published by Iowa State University students, that encourages all Iowa State students, regardless of year or major to submit works of artistic expression, written or visual. The journal began in 1934, featuring juried works by student writers and artists, and continues to the present, with one to three issues produced each academic year. Noteworthy Iowans, Ted Kooser, former United States Poet Laureate, and Tom Harkin, United States Senator from Iowa, have each had works published in Sketch during their undergraduate years.

This collection was digitized from archival materials held by Iowa State University Library Special Collections.

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Soybean Genetics Newsletter (Journals)

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STORIES in Agriculture and Life Sciences (Student Magazines)

STORIES in Agriculture and Life Sciences is the magazine for alumni and friends of the Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. STORIES is published twice a year: in the spring and the fall.

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Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Creative Expression (Conferences and Symposia)

The Symposium provides undergraduates from all academic disciplines with an opportunity to share their research with the university community and other guests through conference-style oral presentations. The Symposium represents part of a larger effort of Iowa State University to enhance, support, and celebrate undergraduate research activity.

Though coordinated by the University Honors Program, all undergraduate students are eligible and encouraged to participate in the Symposium. Undergraduates conducting research but not yet ready to present their work are encouraged to attend the Symposium to learn about the presentation process and students not currently involved in research are encouraged to attend the Symposium to learn about the broad range of undergraduate research activities that are taking place at ISU.

The first Symposium was held in April 2007. The 39 students who presented research and their mentors collectively represented all of ISU's Colleges: Agriculture and Life Sciences, Business, Design, Engineering, Human Sciences, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, and the Graduate College. The event has grown to regularly include more than 100 students presenting on topics that span the broad range of disciplines studied at ISU.

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The Iowa Homemaker (Journals)

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Uhuru (Student Magazines)

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Veritas (Student Magazines)

Veritas, Latin for truth, is a non-partisan, student-run publication at Iowa State University. Its focus is in-depth coverage of law and politics, and it seeks to engage Iowa State students by providing them with unbiased, truthful information. Started in 2014 and published once a semester, the magazine was created to educate students in the political process. In addition to the magazine, Veritas hosts a political panel and release party every semester.

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