Journal of Multidisciplinary Graduate Research

An Electronic Journal of SHSU College of Education - ISSN #2572-1909

Welcome to the Journal of Multidisciplinary Graduate Research (JMGR), the first international peer-reviewed academic journal to focus exclusively on promoting graduate student publications! We invite you to peruse our submission guidelines and submit your interesting and high quality manuscripts. We look forward to working with you!

Sam Sullivan

Editor: Sam L. Sullivan, Ed.D

Sam L. Sullivan, Ed.D., is a professor in Curriculum & Instruction at Sam Houston State University.  He received his doctorate in higher education from Oklahoma State University. He spent six years in the public schools and has been at Sam Houston State for the last 43 years.  His primary research and writing interests include longitudinal studies in classroom management and moonlighting and morale on an international scale.  He teaches graduate research classes primarily and serves as a reviewer for several tier one journals.

Richard Henriksen

Associate Editor: Richard Henriksen, Jr., Ph.D

Richard Henriksen, Jr., Ph.D., is a professor in the department of counselor education at SHSU and received his doctorate from Texas A&M Commerce. He has been a counselor for 20 years and a counselor educator for 15 years. His research interests include multicultural counseling, counselor supervision, spirituality and religion in counseling, and counseling the multiple heritage population.

Bob Maninger

Associate Editor: Robert M. Maninger, Ed.D.

Robert M. Maninger, Ed.D., associate professor at SHSU, received his Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of North Texas. His minor was in instructional technology, which is one of his areas of expertise. He has been in academia for ten years after spending twenty years in the EC-12 schools. His writing/research interests include; technology integration, teacher morale and moonlighting, and administrative case studies.