The quarterly Health Promotion & Physical Activity (Health Prom Phys Act) is a peer-reviewed, scientific journal that publishes articles concerning disciplines related to medical sciences and health sciences, available in Open Access mode (open-access journal). The publisher of the periodical is the Univerisity of Applied Sciences in Tarnow, Poland. The journal has been published under its current name since 2017, and is derived from the biannual Tarnow Scientific Colloquia established in 2016.
The quarterly Humanities and Cultural Studies is a scientific journal of the Faculty of Humanities and the Faculty of Art of the University of Applied Sciences in Tarnow, Poland. The journal is distinguished by its openness to various languages, scientific discourses and issues related to the broadly understood humanities. We publish articles on language and literature of individual cultures, presenting research from those disciplines as well as other disciplines related to culture and arts.
Problems of Economics and Law is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary, semi-annual journal published by employees of the Faculty of Administration and Economics of the University of Applied Sciences in Tarnow, Poland. The Editor-in-Chief of the journal is Prof. Krzysztof Firlej, PhD. The journal presents own research not only of employees of the Faculty of Administration and Economics of UAS in Tarnow, but also of the national and international academic community interested in economic and legal sciences and the so-called student debuts.
The journal publishes original papers containing the results of research in the field of economics, economic and social life, social policy as well as law and administration. Manuscripts are accepted continuously.
Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) is an international, multidisciplinary open access journal, accepts scientifically rigorous research, regardless of novelty. STI provides a platform to publish primary and application research, including interdisciplinary and replication studies as well as negative results, and also facilitates the discovery of connections between research whether within or between disciplines. The publication criteria of STI are based on high and pure ethical standards and the rigour of the methodology and conclusions reported.