Aims & Scope
Published annually, Teacher-Scholar is a fully interdisciplinary journal focused on any and all issues pertaining to State Comprehensive Universities. The journal intends to educate, enlighten, and entertain. Thus, we welcome submissions in the wide range of genres, including but not limited to the following:
- Articles offering original research, either qualitative or quantitative, on any facet of State Comprehensive Universities. Chapters from dissertations are welcome, as are conference papers, including papers previously published in proceedings.
- Articles focused on pedagogy. Such articles may offer suggestions for either on-line or on-campus teaching; however, submissions in this category should be specifically tied to the learning environments of State Comprehensive Universities.
- Personal reflection essays focused on life at State Comprehensive Universities. Such essays may include humor; however, contributors should avoid any content that may be considered libelous or otherwise inappropriate in a scholarly journal. Teacher-Scholar will publish personal reflection essays that advance our understanding of State Comprehensive Universities, not diatribes aimed at specific individuals, faculties, or administrations.
- Book reviews of monographs or essay collections focused on State Comprehensive Universities or predominately undergraduate institutions. Before writing a book review, contact the Editor-in-Chief to see whether the work in question is a) appropriate to the focus of Teacher-Scholar and b) still available for review.