Members of the Administrative Issues Journal board at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford are (front from left): Roxanne Davis, Veronica Aguinaga, Kendra Gift and Lisa Friesen. Back from left—Marc Leonard, Todd Wiggen, Amanda Evert and Erin Ridgeway.

Members of the Administrative Issues Journal board at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford are (front from left): Roxanne Davis, Veronica Aguinaga, Kendra Gift and Lisa Friesen. Back from left—Marc Leonard, Todd Wiggen, Amanda Evert and Erin Ridgeway.

Admin, Faculty & Staff
03.07.2019

SWOSU’s Administrative Issues Journal Revamps Board

Dr. Todd Wiggen, assistant professor in the Everett Dobson School of Business & Technology at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, recently assumed the role of editor-in-chief of the Administrative Issues Journal (AIJ). 

The AIJ is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal based at SWOSU. The journal is an interdisciplinary publication that accepts articles with a disciplinary or topical anchor in the fields of business, health care, education, and public and clinical practice with it being administrative inclusive in the fields of pharmacy, nursing and medicine. This journal accepts quantitative, qualitative and mixed methodology studies.

Wiggen added new members to the board,  including Roxanne Davis, Business Department, account manager/editor-at-large; Veronica Aguinaga, Education Department, research editor; Lisa Friesen, Business Department, editor-at-large; Marc Leonard, Business Department, assistant research editor/editor-at-large; Erin Ridgeway, Al Harris Library, managing editor; and Kendra Gift, graduate assistant. Amanda Evert of the Business Department is the sole returning member of the editorial board.

For more information on the journal, visit the AIJ web page at https://www.swosu.edu/academics/aij/index.aspx.