Impacting Education Announces Editorial Board for 2022-2025

Impacting Education Announces Editorial Board for 2022-2025

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CPED's academic journal Impacting Education: Journal on Transforming the Professional Practice is excited to announce its editorial board for 2022-2025. The editorial board includes a diverse group of 15 EdD faculty and graduates from CPED member institutions who each bring a unique set of skills, experiences, and research interests to Impacting Education.

Please join us in welcoming the following colleagues to their editorial roles!

Editors in Chief of Impacting Education

Dr. Rhonda Jeffries

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Dr. Rhonda Jeffries is Program Coordinator and Professor for the Curriculum Studies Program at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Jeffries teaches courses on curriculum and diversity in education, staff development and qualitative research methods.

Dr. Jeffries' research explores school desegregation and de-tracking, equity pedagogies, and performance theory in education. She is editor/author of Queen Mothers: Articulating the Spirit of Black Women Teacher-Leaders and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity in Contemporary Higher Education; senior co-editor of the journal, Education in a Democracy; and has guest edited for Western Journal of Black Studies, School-University Partnerships, and Impacting Education.

She is an active member serving in leadership capacities with the National Network for Educational Renewal (NNER) and the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED). 

Dr. Suha R. Tamim

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Dr. Suha R. Tamim is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Curriculum Studies program in the Department of Instruction and Teacher Education at the University of South Carolina. Previously, she taught at the University of Memphis in the Instructional Design and Technology program and at the American University of Beirut in the Faculty of Health Sciences.

In her present role, Dr. Tamim advises students on the Dissertation in Practice and collaborates with faculty on the continuous improvement of the program. Previously, she served as co-book review editor and editorial assistant for the Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-based Learning. She currently serves as co-editor for an edited volume published by Routledge.

Dr. Tamim is an active member in the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate and in the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. 

Editorial Team

  • Samantha Cohen, American University. Bio.
  • Enda Donlon, Dublin City University. Bio.
  • Christine Harrington, New Jersey City University. Bio.
  • Eric Houck, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Bio.
  • Joy Howard, University of Southern Indiana. Bio.
  • Sherisse Jackson, University of South Carolina. DiP Award Winner Video.
  • Lesley Leach, Tarleton State University. Associate Dean Press Release.
  • Joe McNabb, Northeastern University. Bio.
  • Phillipa Myers, Western University. Bio.
  • Christine Nganga, George Washington University. Bio.
  • Marjorie Ringler, East Carolina University. Bio.
  • Rishi Raj, Texas A&M University. Alumni Spotlight.
  • Rosaisela Rodriguez, UC Davis. Bio.

About Impacting Education

Impacting Education (IE) seeks to provide a forum where academics and practitioners alike may publish scholarly articles that meaningfully contribute to the improved preparation of PK-20 educational leaders through the examination of the development, redesign, and improvement of professional preparation programs as well as the outcomes of such programs including the skills, knowledge, dispositions, and impact of EdD program graduates. As such, scholarship generated in IE will have strong implications for the management and policies of schools of education, their EdD programs and the research, teaching, and learning of their faculty and students.

IE is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes research articles, dissertation in practice research articles, essay manuscripts and book reviews of works that support the preparation of educational leaders.

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