Annuals of the Next Generation (ANG) is a refereed, scholarly journal that provides a venue to showcase the next generation of scholars of color, by publishing the research of graduate students. ANG highlights research from multiple disciplines and areas, and allows these young scholars to present their work to an international audience. (Approved by the Editorial Board September 20, 2013)
ISSN (Print): 1557-4903 ISSN (Online): 2333-617X
Currently recruiting. If interested email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Crystal J. Allen, PhD, Lone Star College
Douglas J. Flowe, Washington University at St. Louis
Dominique C. Hill, PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Brandon Holland, PsyD, MSW, Argosy University, Twin Cities
Sosanya M. Jones, EdD, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
Tina L. Ligon, PhD, Morgan State University
Chinasa A. Ordu, PhD, Kent State University
Anthony J. Plonczynski, University of Rochester
Awilda Rodriguez, PhD, American Enterprise Institute
Selena T. Rodgers, PhD, LCSW-R, York College of the City University of New York
Charlana Y. Simmons, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Lauren D. Thomas, PhD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Amber M. Wilburn, PhD, MPH, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
The Editorial Board (“Board”) of Annuals of the Next Generation (ANG) is committed to disseminating research and scholarship as widely as possible. To accomplish this goal, the Board of ANG and the Center for African American Research & Policy adopt the following policy for ANG: Each author grants to ANG permission to make available their scholarship and to exercise the copyrights of their articles. In addition, each author grants ANG a non-exclusive, irrevocable, worldwide right to exercise all copyrights relating to their scholarly article and grants ANG the right to allow others to disseminate their scholarship in the same manner as long as it is not-for-profit. If the author does not agree with the spirit of ANG’s open-access policy, they should not submit to the journal. (Approved by the Editorial Board September 20, 2013)
Annuals of the Next Generation (ANG) is a refereed, scholarly journal that provides a venue to showcase the next generation of scholars of color, by publishing the research of graduate students. ANG highlights research from multiple disciplines and areas, and allows these young scholars to present their work to an international audience. A manuscript submitted to ANG should be a Microsoft Word file. Manuscripts should be formatted into a 8 ½ x 11 document with one inch margins, should be Times New Roman 12 point typeface, and should not be more than 30 double-spaced pages (including references). The submission should conform to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association(6th edition). The title page should contain the article name, authors’ names and complete affiliations, and the address for manuscript correspondence (including e-mail address and telephone number). A descriptive abstract of no more than 100 double-spaced words should be included in the manuscript.
Manuscripts will be acknowledged by the managing editor upon receipt. After an internal editorial review, manuscripts will be forwarded anonymously to at least two external reviewers. The review process may take anywhere from 6 weeks to 3 months. Once the manuscript has been reviewed, the author(s) will be notified about the status of the manuscript. Every effort should be made by the author(s) to remove any identifying markers from the manuscript. Manuscripts accepted for publication are subject to copyediting. Manuscript submission indicates the author’s commitment to publish in ANG and to give the journal first publication rights. No manuscript known to be under consideration by another journal will be reviewed. It is a condition of publication that author(s) vest copyright of their manuscripts, including abstracts, to The Center for African American Research and Policy.
February 1st and July 1st are the annual submission deadlines for possible publication as soon as the upcoming Spring and Fall editions, respectively. ANG also accepts special issue proposals throughout the year. All submissions should be submitted to email@example.com. If you have any questions, please contact the Managing Editor of ANG, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To submit your work to ANG, please email manuscripts and special issue proposals to email@example.com. (WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS AT THIS TIME DUE TO AN EDITORIAL TRANSITION. PLEASE CHECK BACK FALL 2015)
ANG – Fall 2013
ANNUALS OF THE NEXT GENERATION Volume 5, No. 1 Fall 2013 Full Issue ANG Vol. 5, No. 1 Editorial Contents Front Matter Editorial Commentary-Should HBCUs Pursue High-Capacity Fundraising Presidents? Donald Mitchell, Jr., Grand Valley State University Articles No Longer...
ANG – Summer 2013
ANNUALS OF THE NEXT GENERATION Volume 4, No. 1 Summer 2013 Full Issue ANG Vol. 4 No. 1 Editorial Contents Front Matter Editorial Introduction-“We Speak Your Names”: Annuals of the Next Generation and the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education Honor...
ANG – Fall 2009
ANNUALS OF THE NEXT GENERATION Volume 2, No. 1 Fall 2009 Editorial Contents Front matter Articles The Dilemma of Higher Education Reform in a Post-Affirmative Action Society: A Review of Anti-Affirmative Action Legislation to Inform Policy Modification Lavar J....
ANG – Spring 2012
ANNUALS OF THE NEXT GENERATION Volume 3, No. 1 Spring 2012 Editorial Contents Front Matter Articles The Impact of Institutional Characteristics on Latino Male Graduation Rates in Community Colleges Marissa Vasquez Urias, San Diego State University The Post-SOAR...
ANG – Fall 2006
ANNUALS OF THE NEXT GENERATION Volume 1, Issue 1 Fall 2006 Editorial Contents Front matter Introduction Brandon D. Daniels, University of Wisconsin - Madison Articles Adolescent Perceptions of Diversity within Educational and Social Settings: Implications of Race and...