The Journal of Graduate Education Research is an open-access, peer-reviewed, annual publication managed by the Social Phenomena in Education Research Lab (SPEL) of the Cannon-Clary College of Education at Harding University. JGER aims to promote scholarship in the form of original research, best practice, and theoretical perspective among graduate students in the field of education and related disciplines.
Current Volume: Volume 4 (2023)
During the Pandemic: A Perspective from a First-Year Teacher
Caleb T. Johnson
Reviews and Best Practice
Best Practices for Improving Blended Learning in Nigeria: Critical Reflections on the Breast Cancer Clinical Pathway Development Course
Peace I. Egharevba, Kelechi Eguzo, Enyichukwu M. Anya, Nuhu Tumba, Kingsley Nnah, Chukwuemeka Oluoha, and Precious Mbaraonye
Attitudes Toward Participation in Organized Religion: Its Impact on Mental Health and Life Satisfaction
Kayla M. Riley and Jonathan Riley
Enhancing Emotional Safety in a Graduate School Setting
Jacob J. Ambrose, Tysheann S. Grant, Renee A. Joseph, Catherine E. Beer, Kenneth J. Thompson, Kristina R. Johnson, and Constance J. Dalenberg
- Kendall Naceanceno
- Paige Holland
- Alea Sweeting
- Huan Chen
- Erin Hasler
- Faculty Advisor
- Usenime Akpanudo, Ed.D.
CALL FOR REVIEWERS
The Journal of Graduate Education Research (JGER) is seeking peer reviewers with diverse areas of expertise to help evaluate and review manuscripts.
If you would be willing to support JGER by serving as a reviewer, please fill out our reviewer interest form.
Should you have questions about JGER or the requirements/commitment of serving as a reviewer, please contact any member of our editorial team.
Kendell Naceanceno (email@example.com)
Paige Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Usen Akpanudo (email@example.com; 501-279-5856).
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
You have the opportunity to submit a manuscript to the Journal of Graduate Education Research (JGER) We welcome submissions in the following areas:
- Original research
- Opinions/commentaries on social or academic issues
- Submissions for Volume 5 will be accepted until the end of December 2023
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about JGER or the submission process.
Dr. Usenime Akpanudo Faculty Advisor firstname.lastname@example.org