Here in the monthly journal highlights we point out instances of fine scholarship from both the past and present. This is like the greatest hits from our stack of locally published and archived scholarly journals.
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Felice Blake shares her fascination with this unusual rhododendron.
Community Change brings you this sobering look at a stubborn problem.Water Quality and Nutrient Aspects in Recirculating Aquaponic Production of Freshwater Prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii and the Lettuce, Lactuca sativa
Do you ever wonder about farming fish and other aquatic animals? If you do, the International Journal of Recirculating Aquaculture is just the place to get your feet wet!
A notable read from the Journal of Career and Technical Education from back in 2007.
Brought to you by none other than The Alan Review, Paul Zindel relates the story behind the story.
An ever popular topic from the Journal of Technology Education.
Just in case you were thinking of starting one, the Journal of Technology Studies has you covered.
The Virginia Tech Undergraduate Historical Review brings you this historical account of a deadly insurance fraud ring.
Stellar undergraduate scholarship from Philologia and CLAHS.
Brought to you by SPECTRA, The ASPECT Journal, this paper examines sovereignty as a modality of power that is not possessed by a singular authority but instead embodied in the collective activity of a people.
From Virginia Libraries, this piece looks at the use of proximity beacons as part of a library’s engagement strategy.