Summer Academe: A Journal of Higher Education

The 2017 issue of Summer Academe: A Journal of Higher Education is now available.

Volume 10 includes one scholarly article, two conference papers, one best practice paper, and one book review. Volumes 1 – 10 are also available online, and all volumes may be searched by author, title, or full text. Thank you to contributors, reviewers, and the editorial board for the latest volume of Summer Academe.

       View the 2017 issue of Summer Academe

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       View Summer Academe Submission Guidelines

Summer Academe welcomes submissions from different viewpoints, methodologies, disciplines, and cultures that focus on summer session administration or pedagogy. Specifically, manuscripts and articles are encouraged that deal with research and scholarship (refereed), reports on innovations and best practice, conference presentations, opinion pieces and commentary (that provide thought provoking perspectives on critical issues, policies, and contemporary events), and book and media reviews. Submissions for 2018 should be sent electronically to Rachel Nottingham Miller, Academic Editor. View the submission guidelines.

About Summer Academe

Summer Academe is a professional journal published jointly since 1996 by NAASS, AUSS, and WASSA. It provides university and college administrators, deans and directors of summer sessions, and faculty involved in teaching and programming in summer sessions, with a source of current research and best practices in summer session administration and pedagogy. The online version of the Journal includes papers on conference presentations, special topics, and media and book reviews. Research and scholarly papers continue to be an important component, but the added features should increase the value to readers.

Editorial Board

The academic editor for Summer Academe is Rachel Nottingham Miller of the University of Virginia. Rachel works with an Editorial Board comprised of representatives of the four co-sponsoring associations:

NAASS – Susanna Cowan, University of Connecticut
NAASS – Beth Laves, Western Kentucky University
NAASS– Claire Cross, Oregon State University
AUSS – William Chismar,University of Hawaii