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JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT

The Journal of Higher Education Management is published under the auspices and sponsorship of the American Association of University Administrators. The Association’s purpose in doing so is to provide opportunities: (a) for the discussion of the current issues, problems and challenges facing higher education; (b) for the exchange of practical wisdom and techniques in the areas of higher education leadership, policy analysis and development, and institutional management; and (c) for the identification and explication of the principles and standards of college and university administration.

The Journal is published on the association’s website and is available without charge to any interested person. Two print copies of the Journal are provided to each author.

Permission to reprint articles from the Journal of Higher Education Management is freely given, provided that an appropriate and correct citation appears on all copied/distributed versions.

DIRECTIONS TO CONTRBUTORS TO THE JOURNAL
OF HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT

The purpose of AAUA’s Journal of Higher Education Management is to promote and strengthen the profession of college and university administration. The Journal provides a forum for: (a) a discussion of the current issues, problems and challenges facing higher education; (b) an exchange of practical wisdom and techniques in the areas of higher education leadership, policy analysis and development, and institutional management; and (c) the identification and explication of the principles and standards of college and university administration.

Manuscripts should be written for the college or university administrator who has the general responsibilities of educational leadership, policy analysis, staff development, and/or institutional management. Practical as well as scholarly-oriented submissions are welcome.

All manuscripts should be submitted electronically to the Journal's editor-in-chief at editor@aaua.org. Manuscripts must be submitted as MSWord documents; each should contain the name, professional title/institution (if any), and complete contact information for each author. Manuscripts are not restricted to a single style format, but they must conform to the latest standards of a recognized style manual (e.g., APA, Chicago, MLA). Tables, figures and charts must be presented in black and white; the use of unique page headers/footers (other than page numbers) or complicated internal formatting should be avoided.

Manuscripts are blind reviewed and are publishable only upon the favorable recommendation of at least three reviewers. The Journal charges no publishing or page-cost fees.

 

 

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