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Special Issue Series: 100 Years of the EdD
EdD Student Research & Discoveries

Submission Deadline: December 1, 2020

Expected Publication: April 2021

Impacting Education (IE) is currently seeking research articles and essay manuscripts for a future special themed issue focused on the evolution of EdD dissertations in their shift to become a more dynamic practitioner preparation experience. Specific requirements for each type of manuscript can be found here.

The themed issue is designed to highlight the research and work of CPED EdD students. We ask that interested students submit with a faculty mentor or advisor (who will be an additional author on the paper). The faculty member should be able and willing to support student-author through the writing, revising, and submission process.

Research articles, essays, and book reviews should be submitted by December 1, 2020 via the IE online submission portal. Manuscripts should adhere to IE’s editorial policies (word count, references, formatting, etc.).

Relevant Dates:

  • December 1, 2020: Manuscripts due to the IE online submission portal

  • December 1, 2020 through January 31, 2021: Peer reviews of submissions, Author revisions and resubmissions

  • January 31, 2021: Final revisions due, decisions on manuscripts

  • April 2021: Expected publication

If you are interested in publishing your work within the themed issue, please contact Emma Abruzzo at [email protected], guest editor, or Dr. Stephanie J. Jones, editor-in-chief, at [email protected].

Guest Editor:

Emma Abruzzo is a PhD Candidate at the University of Pittsburgh and teaches in courses in the Teacher Education program and Education Doctorate program. She focuses her research and teaching on bridging gaps between practice and classroom, as well as on curricular design that incorporates reflective practice and classroom emotional knowledge and regulation. She has served as the CPED Graduate Assistant for the past four and a half years and is the current Editing Coordinator for IE.