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THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN LEATHER CHEMISTS ASSOCIATION (USPS #019-334) is published monthly by The American Leather Chemists Association, 1314 50th Street, Suite 103, Lubbock, Texas 79412.The Journal of the American Leather Chemists Association publishes manuscripts on all aspects of leather science, engineering, technology, and economics, and will consider related subjects that address concerns of the industry. Examples: hide/skin quality or utilization, leather production methods/equipment, tanning materials/leather chemicals, new and improved leathers, collagen studies, leather by-products, impacts of changes in leather products industries, process efficiency, sustainability, regulatory, safety, environmental, tannery waste management and industry economics.
This volume is the sixteenth in the Studies in Perception and Action book series, and highlights research presented at the 21st International Conference of Perception and Action (ICPA) in the summer of 2020. Since 1991, this edited book series has appeared in conjunction with the biennial ICPA meeting. The short papers and empirical articles presented in this book represent the contributions of researchers and laboratories from across the globe. The reader will find new, cutting-edge research on a wide variety of topics in perception and action. This volume will especially appeal to those that are interested in James J. Gibson's ecological approach to psychology, as well as, more broadly, students and researchers of visual and haptic perception, perceptual development, human movement dynamics, human factors, and social processes.
Issues in Race & Society is owned by the Association of Black Sociologists and published in partnership with the University of Cincinnati Press and the generous support of the University of Texas at Austin.
The Proceedings captures projects presented at UC’s Undergraduate Scholarly Showcase. The Showcase is a one-day event where hundreds of students from across the university present new knowledge and innovation produced through scholarly process. Students with permission from their project advisor may submit abstracts, posters, slide decks, and other materials for publication.
A Note for the Proceedings
The 2020 Undergraduate Scholarly Showcase was cancelled due to the stay-at-home order issued by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the time of the cancellation, 445 students from 37 majors had registered to present projects; 100 UC personnel and 65 employer partners had registered to evaluate presentations. Although the students were unable to present their work in-person, they were encouraged to submit artifacts of their work (e.g., abstracts, posters, slide decks, essays) for publication in the Proceedings. Within this issue readers will find a digital record of 178 projects produced by 300+ students representing arts, humanities, sciences, and technical disciplines. In addition to submitting projects, 119 students submitted nominations for their project advisors to be awarded for Excellence in Research Mentoring. The following project advisors were recognized remotely:
The theme of the 2018 conference is TIME. The conference focuses on the ways in which the PAST, PRESENT and FUTURE are considered and engaged in beginning design education. This is the 34th National Conference held March 1-3, 2018, hosted by the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati.
Mediated Minds is a research conference for undergraduate students at all University of Cincinnati campuses. It is held at the Blue Ash campus during Spring Semester. The conference features students’ research and creative work, providing them with the opportunity to participate in a professional conference. Presentation formats include oral presentations, posters, panels, roundtable discussions, and other creative or scholarly work.
Music Research Forum is published annually by the graduate students of the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music. The journal's articles present new research in the fields of musicology, theory, ethnomusicology, music education, music therapy, performance practice, music and culture, music criticism, and electronic media. Music Research Forum provides an opportunity for scholars in music-related studies to publish early in their careers. The journal was internationally distributed in print from 1986 to 2016 and online since 2018.
ISSN (print): 1042-1262
To access print issues (1986-2016):
in the College-Conservatory of Music Library, U. of Cincinnati, see http://uclid.uc.edu/record=b1345692~S39
or for nearest library location, see OCLC 13421049.
The JRPCT promotes scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching and learning and publishes articles focused on promoting student learning. Articles should address themes around promoting effective practices in teaching and learning.
For past issues, please check the Archive.
Focus on German Studies is a scholarly journal for German language literature and German Studies, which is run and published exclusively by graduate students at the University of Cincinnati. We publish only writing submitted by other graduate students. Our format includes articles on German Studies, German literature, interviews with German-speaking authors, and book reviews of contemporary literature. For more information, see www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/german/focus/.
From 1994 through 2000, this journal was known as Focus on Literatur: a journal for German-language literature.