Call for Applications: Editorial Board, Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education


The editors of the Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education (formerly NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education) seek individuals with expertise in research and/or practice that critically examines women and gender in higher education to join the Editorial Board for the 2019-2022 term. The journal’s new mission focuses on scholarship that centers gender-based experiences of students, faculty, and staff while examining oppression, including but not limited to patriarchy, sexism, trans* oppression, and cisnormativity as they intersect with other systems of domination. We are particularly interested in manuscripts that not only focus on a gender-based group but also critically interrogate the ways in which gender has been used as a construct to limit opportunities and shape outcomes and experiences. The journal publishes high-quality and rigorous scholarship that can be used by NASPA members and others to transform daily practice, research, and the field of higher education.

Application Requirements: 

  • Cover letter describing the applicant’s interest, qualifications, and areas of expertise (content and methodological)
  • Curriculum vitae or résumé

​How to Apply:

Applications should be submitted online at 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 2019 NASPA Annual Conference in Los Angeles, CA. New Editorial Board members will be notified by December 2018.  

Please circulate this call to colleagues who may have an interest in joining the Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education Editorial Board.

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