Call for Applications: Editorial Board, Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice

Application Submission Deadline: October 15, 2017

The vision of the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice (JSARP) is to publish the most rigorous, relevant, and well-respected research and practice making a difference in student affairs practice. JSARP is currently accepting applications for Editorial Board members for the 2018-2021 term. Interested applicants are invited to apply and should have expertise in research, practice, or a combination of both.

Application Requirements:

  • Complete Editorial Board application
  • Curriculum vitae or résumé
  • Cover letter describing the applicant’s interests, qualifications, areas of expertise (content and methodological), and demonstrated commitment to equity and inclusion.

Editorial Board membership will be balanced based on the following criteria:

  • Areas of Expertise
  • Demonstrated Commitment to Equity and Inclusion
  • Evidence of Juried Publications
  • Experience (years in the field)
  • Regional Representation
  • Terminal Degree

How to Apply:

Applications should be submitted online at http://apps.naspa.org/cfp/evt_frm_user.cfm?event_id=759. Applications will not be complete without uploading a cover letter and a CV or résumé.

If selected, Editorial Board members will be invited to attend an Editorial Board Meeting at the 2018 NASPA Annual Conference in Philadelphia. New Editorial Board members will be notified by December 2017. 

To find more information about the journal, including submission guidelines, review process, and the mission and values, please visit the JSARP website.

If you have any questions regarding the application process, please email Cobretti Williams, JSARP Editorial Assistant, at [email protected]. Thank you, and we look forward to your application.

Please circulate this call to colleagues who may have an interest in joining the JSARP Editorial Board.


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