Review of Higher Education

Considered one of the leading research journals in the field, The Review of Higher Education keeps scholars, academic leaders, and public policymakers abreast of critical issues facing higher education today. As the official journal of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, the Review advances the study of college and university issues by publishing peer-reviewed articles, essays, reviews, and research findings.Subscription is included in ASHE membership.


Learn more about the Review of Higher Education.  

 

Electronic Access

For electronic access ASHE Members should log into the ASHE website then click on the "Members Only" option in the membership drop-down. 

 

UPDATE TO THE REVIEW, August 2018

Review of Higher Education is experiencing a significant backlog, prompting a need to temporarily suspend submissions. We are pleased to witness a major increase of submissions from scholars who not only read, but also hope to see their work published in the Review. Such an increase also presents particular challenges that the Board, the Publications Committee, the Review Editor Dr. Gary Pike and Johns Hopkins University Press are collectively working to address. Please know that we value your contributions to the journal as reviewers, editorial board members, and members who consistently submit high-quality research. Clearing the backlog is a major priority for ASHE and we are confident in our ability to address this issue and maintain the integrity and stellar reputation of the Review as an important journal in the field of higher education. 
 
We realize that many of you may have general questions. Here is an FAQ that will hopefully address many lingering concerns:
 
1. When will the Review's submission portal reopen?
a. As soon as possible. We are exploring numerous options at our disposal to address the current backlog, as well as place procedures and structures in place to avoid another backlog.
 
2. Given the backlog, will any manuscripts in the system, regardless of status be sent to other publication outlets for review? 
a. There is no plan to send articles currently accepted at the Review, or manuscripts currently under review to other publication outlets for review or dissemination.
 
3. Has the Review ever considered an OnlineFirst format that allows full manuscripts to be made available prior to their availability in print?
a. Yes. However, this option is not available through JHUP at this time.
 
4. Should I send my manuscript elsewhere or wait until the portal reopens?
a. The decision to wait or send to another publisher is a personal choice. If you have a more immediate timeline, feel free to pursue other publication outlets. We know there are plenty of quality journals and support our members in pursuing a range of outlets relevant to their work. Once the portal reopens, we hope you will submit your research to the Review.
 
As more information becomes available, we will notify the membership. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding as the Review experiences tremendous growth.
 
Lori Patton Davis
ASHE President


EDITORS

Gary PikeEditor, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

Libby Barlow, Associate Editor, Syracuse University

Cathy Horn, Associate Editor, University of Houston

Jenny J. Lee, Associate Editor, University of Arizona

Glenda MusobaEditor, Book Reviews, Texas A & M University

Kristen Robbins, Managing Editor, Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis


EDITORIAL BOARD

Greg Anderson 
Temple University

 Kevin Kinser
Pennsylvania State University    

Bradley Curs 
University of Missouri


Stella Flores 
New York University
 


Matthew Hartley
University of Pennsylvania
 


Marvin Titus 
University of Maryland
 

Jacob P. Gross
University of Louisville
 

Mikyong Minsun Kim 
George Washington University
 

Michael McLendon 
Southern Methodist University
 

Aaron M. Kuntz 
University of Alabama
 

Neal H. Hutchens 
Pennsylvania State University
 

Alberto Cabrera 
University of Maryland
 

Becky Ropers-Huilman 
University of Minnesota
 

John Cheslock
Penn State University
 

Tatiana Melguizo 
University of Southern California
 

Susan T. Kater
Maricopa Community Colleges
 

Terrell Strayhorn 
The Ohio State University
 

Lisa Wolf-Wendel 
The University of Kansas
 

Lucy LePeau
Indiana University
 

Leslie Gonzales 
Clemson University
 

Adrianna Kezar 
University of Southern California
 

Tara Parker
University of Massachusetts,
Boston

John S. Levin
University of California,
Riverside

Corbin Campbell
Teachers College,
Columbia


Jerlando F. L. Jackson
University of Wisconsin,
Madison

Nicolas Hillman
University of Wisconsin,
Madison

Anne-Marie Nunez
University of Texas
at San Antonio

Liang Zhang
Pennsylvania State University

Brian Pusser 
University of Virginia

Louis Rocconi
University of Tennessee

Yonghong Jade Xu
University of Memphis
 
Liliana M. Garces
Pennsylvania State University
 

 



















 


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