Emerging Voices in Education
An academic journal by graduate students for doctoral students and early researchers
Emerging Voices in Education (EViE) is the internationally reviewed and editorially independent educational journal run by doctoral students through the Drexel University School of Education. It publishes original, peer-reviewed articles that utilize empirical, practitioner, and conceptual/theoretical research conducted by graduate students and early career researchers on an annual basis. It is the only such journal of its kind.
EViE, a journal run by doctoral students, seeks to advance theory and practice of education by cultivating, disseminating, and archiving innovative scholarly research by doctoral students and early career researchers throughout the globe.
Peer Review Policy
EViE is a refereed journal. All research articles in this journal undergo rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymous refereeing by at least two anonymous referees.
All submissions considered appropriate for this journal undergo an anonymous review by at least two peer reviewers. The review process usually takes four weeks after the submission deadline. Manuscripts are accepted for publication subject to no substantive, stylistic editing. The editor reserves the right to make any necessary changes in the manuscripts, or request the author to do so, or reject the paper submitted. A copy of the edited paper along with the first proof is returned to the author for proofreading. Papers should be revised and resubmitted to the editors within 21 days. Once the final version of the paper is accepted, authors may not make further changes to the text.
Call for Papers
DEADLINE: February 1, 2019
Emerging Voices in Education: Inaugural Volume for Doctoral Students and Emerging Scholars
Editors: Brian Delaney and Tamara Galoyan
Emerging Voices in Education (EViE), a Drexel University School of Education initiative, will publish its inaugural volume in Spring 2019. EViE’s mission is to disseminate and promote outstanding international scholarship produced by graduate students and early researchers, edited by doctoral students and early1. It publishes original, double blind peer reviewed articles that utilize empirical, practitioner, and conceptual/theoretical research. It is believed to be the only known education journal to support this format.
The editors are encouraging interdisciplinary submissions with explicitly stated connections to education across a broad range of disciplines and fields (e.g. K-12 Education, Higher Education, Urban Education, Human Resource Management, Education Leadership and Management, Science, Learning Technologies, Engineering, Mathematics, Sociology, Public Policy, and Global International Education). Upon acceptance, first authors will be asked to: a) briefly answer questions in a video conference format for the purposes of a biographical multimedia presentation; and b) submit a brief (200-word) synthesis of the potential practical applications of their research.
Additional Information for Authors
Please submit a manuscript from 3,000 – 5,000 words (excluding references, tables, etc.) by 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 1st, 2019. Papers should adhere to APA 6th Edition Formatting and Style Guide. A graduate student or early researcher MUST be first author. Advising or experienced professors can be listed as co-authors, but not primary authors. Relevance of the research to the field of education must either be explicitly stated in the paper, or described in a separate section (at least one paragraph). For additional submission guidelines and to access the submission portal, visit https://evie.soe.drexel.edu.
Who is Emerging Voices in Education?
Editors: Tamara Galoyan and Brian Delany, PhD students, Drexel University School of Education
Web Developer/Graphic Designer: Mark Petrovich, Jr., PhD student, Drexel University School of Education
Faculty Advisor: Penny Hammrich, PhD, Drexel University School of Education
Co-Directors of the Advisory Board: Penny Hammrich, PhD and Joyce Pittman, PhD, Drexel University School of Education
Advisory Board: Jen Katz-Buonincontro, PhD, Rajashi Ghosh, PhD, Kathy Geller, PhD, Samantha Mercanti-Anthony, EdD, Shelley Dutka, Joy Phillips, PhD, Patricia Debes, Tim Siftar, Matthew Smith, Matthew Duvall, PhD, Katelyn Alderfer, Mollie Gambone, PhD, Anthony Campbell, Alysha Meloche, Ague Mae Manongsong, Shadi Dini, Amanda Reinsburrow, Magdalene Moy, Mark Petrovich, Amanda Barany.