Welcome to the home page for the Phoenix Scholar™!
Phoenix Scholar was created to acknowledge the commitment of University of Phoenix faculty, students, and alumni to help foster the process of leading research through evidence-based practice by serving as a dynamic and robust scholarly platform for communicating the results and outcomes of university research endeavors, and their relationship to the broader scope of learning and scholarship.
Visit this section of the Research Hub quarterly for the latest portable PDF edition of a compilation of the most intriguing research, publication, and presentation accomplishments of the University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies (SAS) faculty, student, and alumni community. In addition, the content features new pieces and editorials that are relevant to today’s immediate issues. The Phoenix Scholar accepts submissions for article content within and external to the university. For further details on submission criteria, see requirements below or you may contact the editorial department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions must follow all protocol outlined for the periodivcal and applicants should understand that the publication does receive a number of submittals and reserves the right to decline submissions that are not matching the quality or content objectives of issues in planning.
Phoenix Scholar™ is published quarterly, March, June, September, and December by the Office of Scholarship Support in conjunction with the School of Advanced Studies. All rights reserved. The views expressed in articles do not necessarily reflect that of the editorial board or SAS.
Look for our Summer 2019 "Special" edition celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the School of Advanced Studies as well as some exciting announcements, articles and interviews!
(click on the image to access Volume 2, Issue 2 published on 3/15/18)
The Spring 2019 Phoenix Scholar is now available in its sixth rendition since its 2017 inception. In this edition, members of the Research Hub community, University of Phoenix stakeholders, staff, faculty, and doctoral chairs present a closer look at the purpose and value of qualitative research. Ryan Rominger, Ph.D. associate university research chair for the Center for Leadership Studies and Educational Research, opens this edition as he guides readers along the qualitative path and introduces several key stories, including an up close and personal three-way interview featuring prominent researcher Johnny Saldaña, one of the foremost qualitative methodologists of our time, as he addresses poignant questions about his background and contributions from Rodney Luster, VP research and innovation, and Erik Bean, Ed.D, UOPX doctoral alum and CLSER chair. As well, discover the many noteworthy contributions UOPX made at the recent 2019 Qualitative Report Conference (TQR). As well, sample a team of three different researchers whose ideas led to proposed qualitative design changes using the notion of prominence to guide their way. Also, engage the researcher in you by heeding the call to participate in the 2019 Knowledge Without Boundaries Virtual Summit. Brush up on tips that can lead to publication before, during, and after completion of the doctorate.
Volume 2, Issue 1 12/15/18
Volume 1, Issue 4 09/15/18
Volume 1, Issue 3 06/15/18
Volume 1, Issue 2 03/15/18
Interests for Publishing in the Phoenix Scholar
Are you a member of the SAS community and want your work featured in the Phoenix Scholar? We welcome best classroom or business practices, educational conceptual pieces, current research project summaries, and pieces that inspire or contribute to community support, problem solving.
Please submit your manuscript to InfoReady through this link.
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General guidelines for all publication consideration are included below.
Next deadline: April 15th by C.O.B.
All articles must be submitted in APA style using Microsoft Word. Maximum word count for feature type stories is 1,200 to 1,500. Any exceptions to this must be approved before submission with the editors. Do not include images or figures inside the document. Images must be emailed separately. See number 5 below. Articles should include cutlines that are correspondingly numbered to each image. Please, no more than three.
All accompany images and figures must be guaranteed royalty free and be of the highest resolution possible. We suggest a minimum of 8 mega-pixels, but prefer 18. All images and figures must be sent separately as a jpeg, jpg, or png, not within the Word document. Email images using the same naming convention of the article, but include the cutline number separated by a hyphen: 1, 2, and 3 at the of the file name. For example, Smith_LeadershipStylesOf_01-15-18-1.
All in text links need to be added as comments in the word document. So the comment should be over the word the link should be associated with.
Limit the use of bold or italics in text to a max of three. This does not include the reference section.
Each submission must be a separate word document.
Do not double space after periods. This is done automatically in InDesign.
Do not offset new paragraphs or the reference section, all paragraphs and references should sit flush with the margin of the word document.
Save article name using author last name, underscore, the first three words of the proposed title, underscore, and the six digit date of the preceding publication quarterly deadline, for example: Smith_LeadershipStylesOf_01-15-18. See dates under number 5.
Articles are only accepted under first rights and should not be under consideration from any other publication nor have been previously published (Center chairs and their fellows are exempt from this stipulation if the piece had been published on The Hub). If accepted all materials are copyrighted by Phoenix Scholar™ under first rights. Once published authors may submit such pieces to other publications of their choice.
The editorial deadline for consideration is Jan. 15, April 15, June 15, and Sept. 15, respectively before the next published quarter.
Final publication dates are March 15 (Spring), June 15 (Summer), September 15 (Autumn) and December 15 (Winter).
These guidelines are subject to change at any time.