Emporia State University
Emporia State Research Studies is published twice annually (or as necessary) as an electronic, peer-reviewed, open-access journal. Intended for faculty and students interested in research, ESRS is an eclectic journal that publishes original scholarly and scientific works and original creative works accompanied by critical or scholarly analysis. Volumes 1-42 were published in traditional paper format, and the new online format commenced in 2006 (vol. 43).
Contents of vol. 48, issue 2, November 2012.
See also volumes 43, 44, 45, 46 and 47.
Scanned older ESRS volumes (1-42).
Emporia State Institutional Repository CollectionóESIRC.
|ESRS is now preparing a special sesquicentennial issue (vol. 49, 2013) devoted to Kansas State Normal (now Emporia State University). Publication is expected in late spring. |
- Connie Phelps, Associate Professor in Gifted Special Education, coordinates peer review across all disciplines. Questions regarding submission and review of manuscripts should be directed to her at email@example.com.
- James S. Aber, Professor in Physical Sciences (earth science), is the technical editor for preparation of online articles. He serves as copy editor and is the ESRS webmaster (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The editorial board is representative of the various disciplines at Emporia State University and comprised of volunteers who are regular members of the Graduate Faculty as ESU. Board members serve three-year terms, which are renewable once. The Board is appointed by the Dean of Graduate Studies in consultation with members of the Graduate Council.
Editorial board members
|School/College ||Number of|
|Board member, Term |
|College of Liberal Arts|
David Edds, 2012-2014|
Ellen Hansen, 2012-14
Monica Kjellman-Chapin, 2012-14
Amy Sage Webb, 2012-14
|Teachers College ||2
||Nancy Albrecht, 2012-14|
Mark Stanbrough, 2012-14
|School of Library and|
||Kalyani Ankem, 2012-2015 |
|Library and Archives ||1
||Steven Hanshu, 2012-14 |
|School of Business ||1
||Kal Chakraborty, 2012-14 |
|Graduate Office ||1 ||Kathy Ermler, Ex-Officio
The co-editors and editorial board have developed sample style formats for use by authors. In general, referencing style appropriate to the discipline should be followed. Authors should indicate a particular style manual or follow the examples below. Manuscripts are accepted only in digital format (text and image files) and are published online in PDF format.
Instructions for authors.
Review of manuscripts
The co-editors select reviewers of manuscripts in consultation with members of the Editorial Board and Graduate Council. Reviewers are both internal (ESU) and external specialists in the subject matter.
Role of Graduate Council
The Graduate Council serves in an advisory role to the co-editors and Editorial Board of Emporia State Research Studies.
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Last updated February 2013.