Journals and Publications

Examining the Design and Delivery of Collegiate Student Leadership
Development Programs:
Findings from the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership – Institutional Survey (MSL-IS): A National Report; Julie E. Owen, Phd Principal Investigator; New Century College, George Mason University. This report is funded by a research grant from the Council for the Advancement of Standards (CAS) in Higher Education. Additional support from: National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs, C. Charles Jackson Foundation University of Maryland, NASPA Foundation Center for Student Studies, New Century College at George Mason University

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEADERSHIP STUDIES: a refereed scholarly, multidisciplinary journal that exists to provide a forum for leadership scholars within the U.S. and around the world. Formerly known as the Journal of Organizational Leadership, IJLS has intensified its publishing requirements and has expanded its focus to include global perspectives on leadership.

JOURNAL OF LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES(JLOS): The Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies (JLOS) is published quarterly to advance the knowledge and practice of leadership and organizations. JLOS deals with all aspects of leadership and organizations to serve as a forum for the expression of theory, research and practice, with special emphasis given to emerging ideas, issues, trends, and innovations. This could include such diverse topics or organizational settings as: civic, grassroots, corporate, non-profit/philanthropic, educational, international, political, or military. JLOS is published by Baker College in Flint, Michigan.

LEADERSHIP QUARTERLY: The Leadership Quarterly is an international journal of political, social, and behavioral science dedicated to advancing theory, research, and applications concerning leadership. Contributions to thinking about leadership are desired from many disciplinary perspectives, including political science, sociology, economics, anthropology, psychology, and history. Equally desirable are contributions from interdisciplinary fields such as human resource management, international management, administrative science, strategic management, labor studies, and organization theory and behavior. The aim of the journal is to present scholarly research, theory, and developmental application from the diverse fields of inquiry about leadership.

LEADERSHIP REVIEW: this Journal is for both academicians and practitioners in the field of leadership. This is a multidisciplinary publication sponsored by the Kravis Leadership Institute at Claremont McKenna College.

UNDERGRADUATE LEADERSHIP REVIEW: promotes undergraduate leadership development, providing a forum for undergraduate students of leadership studies, professors at the undergraduate level and collegiate staff involved in leadership development to publish their scholarships and experiences. Founded in 2007 by students, staff and faculty of Christopher Newport University, Undergraduate Leadership Review is published twice annually.