Journals

IJPADA

Christopher G. Reddick, Ph.D., Professor and Chair - Department of Public Administration
Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age2011 - present
The International Journal of Public Administration in the Digital Age (IJPADA) is an international journal that examines the impact of public administration and information technology (IT) in developed and developing countries. Original research papers published in IJPADA focus on the impact of new and innovative technologies on improving public service delivery in public and nonprofit organizations. This journal will also provide case studies examining technology innovations in specific countries. The editor invites author(s) to submit original research papers that examine important issues in public administration and information technology.

JOLLASRogelio Sáenz, Ph.D., Professor and Dean - College of Public Policy
Editorial Board Member, Journal of Latino/a-Latin American Studies, 2003 - present
Seeks to be reflective of the shifting demographics, geographic dispersion, & new community formations occurring among Latino populations across borders & throughout the Americas.

Rogelio Sáenz, Ph.D., Professor and Dean - College of Public Policy
Associate Editor, Social Problems, 2003 - 2017
Social Problems is the official publication of The Society for the Study of Social Problems and one of the most widely respected and read professional journals in the social sciences.  It is a quarterly journal that covers and extensive array of complex social concerns from race and gender to labor relations to environmental issues and human rights.  It has been an important forum for sociological thought for over six decades.

Children & SchoolsMartell L. Teasley, Ph.D., Professor and Chair - Department of Social Work

Editor-in-Chief, Children & Schools, July 2013 - present

Children & Schools publishes professional materials relevant to social work services for children. The journal publishes articles on innovations in practice, interdisciplinary efforts, research, program evaluation, policy, and planning. Topics include student-authority relationships, multiculturalism, early intervention, needs assessment, violence, and ADHD. Children & Schools is a practitioner-to-practitioner resource.