The Professional Studies Review is a new scholarly,
peer-reviewed journal published by St. John's University in New
York and devoted to the pedagogic needs and research interests of
those working within career-oriented disciplines. The journal
therefore welcomes articles from a wide range of professional
disciplines, including but not limited to, such fields as Criminal
Justice, Health Services, Hospitality Management, Computer Science,
Sport Management, Television and Film, Legal Studies,
Administration and Economics, and Journalism.
Scholars and professionals are invited to submit articles that
will provide readers with new and valuable research results,
stimulate their thinking about developments in their fields, and
provide a critical forum for further discussion and scholarship.
Articles may either be theoretical, experimental, or empirical in
their approach to their subject; all methodologies are acceptable.
We are, however, especially interested in articles which explore
issues that cut across specialized boundaries and which exhibit an
awareness of recent research in a field.
Spring 2009 Edition
For this issue the Review is especially interested in articles on
technology and teaching but will consider articles on any topic of
general interest to those working within the career-oriented fields
mentioned above. See the Call for Papers posting for more detailed
For further information and submission guidelines, please
Dr. Joseph Marotta
College of Professional Studies
St. John's University
8000 Utopia Parkway
Queens, NY 11439