|Editor-in-Chief:||Todd Wiggen, Ed.D.|
|Managing Editor:||Erin Ridgeway, MLIS|
|Copy & Production Editor:||Lauren Bamber|
|Research Editor:||Veronica Aguinaga,, M.Ed.|
|Editor-at-Large & Account Manager:||Roxanne Davis, Ph.D.|
|Editor-at-Large:||Amanda Evert, Ph.D.|
|Editor-at-Large:||Lisa Friesen, M.Ed.|
|Editor-at-Large/Assistant Research Editor:||Marc Leonard, M.B.A.|
|Graduate Assistant:||Kendra Gift|
Administrative Issues Journal is a university-based publication dedicated to expanding the knowledge of current issues in the theory and practice of Administration. Administrative Issues Journal provides a platform for the publication and promotion of viable blind-reviewed research, and is committed to the best practices of scholarly publishing in an open access (OA) environment.
The journal accepts articles with a disciplinary or topical anchor in the fields of Business, Health Care, Education, Public and Clinical Practice Administration inclusive of the fields of Pharmacy, Nursing and Medicine. This journal accepts quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methodology studies.
We are specifically interested in articles that facilitate the development of interdisciplinary connections related to research, practice, and teaching. It is our goal that by juxtaposing contributions from diverse sources, scholarly connections will be made that will further insights and solutions to common issues faced in the theory and practice of Administration. Administrative Issues Journal: Connecting Education, Practice, and Research.
Current Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1 (2019)
Letter from the Editors
The summer 2019 edition of the AIJ begins with an exploration of the relationships between clients, headhunters, and candidates throughout the executive recruitment process in Executive recruitment triads from an agency theory perspective by Carlos Baldo, Ramón Valle-Cabrera, and Miguel Olivas-Lujan. In The accounting doctoral shortage: Accounting faculty opinions on hiring JD-CPAs as accounting educators, Ramsey Cardwell, Ronald Cardwell, John Norris, and Michael Forrest review the JDCPA alternative credential as it is perceived by the accrediting bodies SACS, ACBSP and AACSB. Beverlyn Grace-Odeleye and Jessica Santiago analyze several models of summer bridge programs and the evidence of their effectiveness in their article, A review of some diverse models of summer bridge programs for first-generation and at-risk college students. Harry Hueston discusses the creation of the crisis management classroom and its integration with a virtual emergency operations center (VEOCI) in his article, Introducing a virtual emergency operations center into a higher education curriculum. In Not too small to be strategic: The state of academic program review guidelines and instrumentation in public institutions, Veronica McGowan presents a statistical analysis of academic program review in small-to-large associates-degree granting, bachelors-degree granting, and masters-degree granting institutions. Ricardo Montelongo presents a literature review that discusses the challenges and benefits of the virtual learning environment in Less than/more than: Issues associated with high-impact online teaching and learning.
Letter from Editor
Executive recruitment triads from an agency theory perspective
Carlos Miguel Baldo, Ramon Valle, and Miguel Olivas-Lujan
The accounting doctoral shortage: Accounting faculty opinions on hiring JD-CPAs as accounting educators
Ramsey L. Cardwell, Ronald O. Cardwell, J.T. Norris, and Michael P. Forrest
A review of some diverse models of summer bridge programs for first-generation and at-risk college students
Berverlyn Grace-Odeleye and Jessica Santiago
Introducing a virtual emergency operations center into a higher education curriculum
Harry Hueston and "Chip" George K. Orton III