The Journal of Student Affairs at New York University publishes articles related to student development, professional development, administrative concerns, and groundbreaking initiatives to improve student services. Manuscripts should focus on original research; replication of research; reviews of research/literature; essays on theoretical, organizational, or professional issues; reviews of current literature relevant to the field; or practical reports of experiences from the field. All the original research articles that use human subjects must be approved by the NYU Institutional Review Board (www.nyu.edu/ucaihs) prior to submission.
If you have any specific questions about the requirements or submission process, please contact the Editorial Board. We will do all that we can to help you through thespecific requirements of each submission type.
**PLEASE NOTE: The submission deadline for the abstract for the 2016 Journal is has been extended to October 16th.**
Abstract Submission Guidelines (2016 JoSA)
Call For Abstracts: The Journal of Student Affairs at NYU
The Editorial Board of the Journal of Student Affairs at New York University (JoSA) is excited to announce a call abstract submissions for the publication of our twelfth volume. This year the editorial board is looking for both experienced authors and those looking to contribute to our field of study for the first time. We hope that you will share this information with students and colleagues in your program and department, and encourage them to consider submitting manuscripts for publication.
JoSA is an annual peer-reviewed journal that explores the field of student affairs and addresses contemporary issues and current trends among professionals in higher education. As a graduate student-run publication, JoSA aims to highlight research and scholarship that further develops the practice of student affairs and are of particular relevance to professionals throughout higher education. Examples of topics include:
- Student Development
- Emerging Trends
- Global Education
- Innovative Models of Student Affairs Practice
- College Student Funding and Finance
- Campus Diversity
Manuscripts should fall into one of the following categories: original research; replication of research; reviews of research/literature; essays on theoretical, organizational, or professional topics; reviews of current literature relevant to the field; or practical reports of experiences from the field. Additional information on guidelines for manuscripts, including style and length, can be found atsteinhardt.nyu.edu/josa/guidelines
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words and provide an overview of the proposed manuscript that demonstrates the article's relevance to contemporary student affairs topics as well as give insight into the author’s interest in the proposed topic.
Abstracts should be submitted electronically, as a word document, to firstname.lastname@example.org, and include the following information for each author:
- Preferred e-mail address
- Current position and institution, as well as projected year of degree completion if a current student
Abstract submissions will be accepted through October 16, 2015.
Authors of selected abstracts will be asked to submit a full manuscript in the beginning of November to be considered for publication. Manuscripts that have been previously published or are currently being considered for publication should not be submitted. Authors will be asked to sign a statement affirming non-duplication of submission before their manuscripts will be reviewed. Any original research articles that use human subjects must be approved by the NYU Institutional Review Board prior to submission. For more information on deadlines, author guidelines, or previous articles please visit: steinhardt.nyu.edu/josa.
The JoSA Editorial Board
Dinah Smithey, Editor-in-Chief
Matt Banks, Content Editor
Valory Price, Copy Editor
Alana Crosby, Production Editor
Kristyne Merritt, Development and Publicity Manager
Author Timeline, 2015 - 2016*
October 16 - Abstracts Due
*Note that this is a general time line and, if needed, some dates may be updated. All submissions are due by 5pm EST.