Outstanding Faculty Publications 2022

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Dean Hornbuckle and the Library are pleased to recognize these Outstanding Faculty Publications, contributions to research, scholarship, and creative work made by the Fresno State faculty. These publications were selected by departments to highlight exceptional contributions published in 2021. We invite you to browse this online exhibit for an overview of the work being done at Fresno State. Links to full text are provided where available.

This year, thanks to the Fresno State United Nations Global Compact Steering Committee, we are highlighting publications that relate to UN Sustainable Development Goals.

"This year’s Outstanding Faculty Publications celebrate Fresno State faculty’s contributions as scholars and researchers. The publications on display were chosen by departments as outstanding examples of faculty’s work. Our faculty are not just highly productive, but also very collaborative. The majority of the publications are works by multiple authors, joined by colleagues in the same department, from other departments across campus, and from other institutions.
"Research, teaching and solving real-world problems complement one another. This work demonstrates how faculty contribute their expertise to their field and to our community, and manifests our faculty’s resolve to find solutions to complex issues, while dedicating themselves to teaching our students during an unprecedented challenging time.
"Congratulations to our gifted faculty!" -- Interim Provost Xuanning Fu

List by College/School

Downloadable list of publications [PDF]

Publications by Department

Publications by Author

Publications by UN Sustainable Development Goals

All Publications

Library resources for faculty scholars

Scholarworks is the Open Access repository for faculty to disseminate scholarly, creative, or instructional materials related to their work at Fresno State.

The Library’s Open Access Publishing Fund provides support for publishing fees for faculty who wish to publish their work in Open Access journals.

See Information for Faculty for more faculty resources from the Library.

Please contact David Drexler, Scholarly Communication Librarian, with any questions or corrections.

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