Micronesica is a refereed journal in the natural sciences. It includes original research in the fields of archaeology; physical and medical anthropology; anthropological linguistics; systematic and ecological botany and zoology; agricultural sciences; marine sciences; and related disciplines concerned primarily with Micronesia and adjacent Pacific Islands. It is normally published twice per year with irregular supplements. Contents and abstracts of current issues, indexes of past issues, etc., can be found at http://www.uog.edu/up/micronesica . Call 735-2852 to purchase or subscribe.
Editor: G. Curt Fiedler, Ph.D.
Tel: (671) 735-2852
The Micronesian Educator is a refereed journal of educational research and practice published annually by the School of Education. The journal invites contributions from researchers and practitioners who offer insights and understandings about education in Guam and Micronesia. The journal serves as a forum by which to share current research, theoretical perspectives, and innovative practices in education with a particular focus on this region.
Contact: Alicia Aguon, Dean of the School of Education
Tel: (671) 735-2444 Email: email@example.com
Storyboard is a multilingual journal with a focus on Pacific writing. It publishes quality poetry, fiction, and non-fiction written in English or any other Pacific region language with translations into English, as well as appropriate art. Micronesian writers and artists are particularly encouraged to submit material. It is normally published once per year by the Division of English and Applied Linguistics in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
Pacific Asia Inquiry is a peer-reviewed online, occasional paper series with the purpose of serving the interests and concerns of both the specialist and the general reader, to encourage scholarship in the region, to provide a publication forum for the many disciplines now represented in Pacific Asian research.
Editor: Michael R. Clement, Ph.D.
Various publications of the Richard F. Taitano Micronesian Area Research Center and the College of Natural & Applied Sciences are also produced by University faculty and staff.