Published on Nov 1, 2016
Leadership of Cultural Competency in Schools
Published on Nov 1, 2016
UCEA Publishing Session
Session Title: Publish and Thrive: Steps to Jumpstart the Publishing Process
Time and location: Saturday, 8:00am – 9:10am, La Salle B
Co-Chairs: Tara A. Wilson, The George Washington University; Nestor Alexis Ramirez, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Emma Bullock, Utah State University; Wei-Ling Sun, University of Texas
Panelists: Alan J. Daly, University of California, San Diego; Joseph Murphy, Vanderbilt University; Ira Bogotch, Florida Atlantic University; Craig Peck, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Karen L. Sanzo, Old Dominion University
Because graduate students are often reminded of the incessant need to publish and because such reminders may lack a clear articulation of when or how to begin, this particular session will provide beginning and mid-career doctoral students a space to engage in rich discourse with established scholars as well as emergent scholars regarding the “How Tos” of: (a) developing a research agenda, (b) publishing as a student, and (c) publishing as junior faculty. We hope to turn the “Publish or Perish” maxim into a more positive experience for future scholars.
AERA Division A Newsletter 2016 Call for Submissions
Division A Newsletter is excited to announce a call for graduate students’ work-in-progress research articles to provide graduate students an opportunity to experience the academic journal publication process. We are currently accepting paper submissions that address educational leadership issues and are related to one of the nine 2016-17 Connect Series topics:
(1) Cultural Competency in Schools
(2) Homeless and Refugee Student Education
(3) ESSA and Transition to States
(4) Social Justice Leadership
(5) STEM Leadership for Marginalized Students
(6) Early Childhood Education Leadership
(7) Leadership in Gifted Education
(8) The Role of Data in Educational Leadership
(9) Leadership for the Arts and Humanities
Manuscripts should be formatted according to APA 6th edition. Submissions can be single or multiple graduate student authored. Conceptual papers, qualitative/quantitative/mixed-method research papers, or literature reviews are eligible for submission. Incomplete papers will not be considered. Manuscripts should be original and should not be under consideration or published elsewhere. A subcommittee of the Division A Graduate Student Committee will review all papers. Students who submit manuscripts will be invited as guest reviewers and will be assigned to review at least one paper. Students who fail to review their assigned paper(s) by the requested deadline forfeit their eligibility for acceptance.
The deadline for submissions is November 15, 2016.
Call for Recent and Upcoming Publications
We would like to invite Division A graduate students to submit reference citation(s) for their recent or upcoming publications. If you are interested in having your work included in a feature section of the next Division A newsletter, please submit your APA-formatted reference citation to email@example.com.
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