Editorial Board


Editorial Office


Mary Ann Hollingsworth

Mary Ann Hollingsworth

Editor in Chief

University of West Alabama, Livingston, Alabama, USA

Mary Ann Hollingsworth has been teaching counseling and psychology at various universities in the United States since 2007. In the 1990’s, she also taught collegiate courses in personnel management and supervision. She is presently an associate professor at the University of West Alabama in the USA. Prior to teaching, she practiced counseling in both clinical and educational settings and served a career as a personnel and administration officer with the USA military.

Her areas of interest reflect her experience and training to include pedagogical interventions, promotion of resilience throughout the lifespan, personal wellness paradigms, human growth and development, professional ethics, and online applications for both pedagogy and practice of counseling and psychology. She has published over 28scholarly journals, a textbook on lifespan development, and several inspirational books. She has written a weekly newspaper column for the last eleven years with a focus on inspiration and self-help. She has presented on her topics of interest in over 45 professional conference sessions. She has developed programs to facilitate the optimal development of youth that included mentoring by adult role models.

Her personal interests center around the integration of person and nature such as gardening, farming, and various art hobbies. She spends most of her time in her home area of Quitman, Mississippi, and her university area of Livingston, Alabama.

Paul Joseph Greene

Paul Joseph Greene

Associate Editor

Paul Joseph Greene is Assistant Professor of Theology at St. Catherine University, in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. He earned his BA in English and Theology, and an MA in Theology from Saint John’s University and Saint John’s School of Theology (respectively), both in Collegeville, Minnesota. He earned his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota in 2014. The honor of his professional life has been to teach high school and undergraduate students for more than 20 years.

In an age when liberal arts majors are on the decline, Paul finds himself particularly adept in teaching introductory theology courses to students whose educational interests align increasingly with degrees in health sciences.  He has been fortunate to pilot at one of only a few academic institutions an interprofessional curriculum centering the spiritual needs of patients and healthcare providers by employing a more fully human multi-dimensional (bio-psycho-social-spiritual) model for care.

His research explores a theology of love by carefully reconsidering sometimes-dangerous ideas about power and domination, and is exemplified in his 2017 monograph entitled The End of Divine Truthiness: Love, Power, and God (Powerful Buddhist-Christian-Taoist Love) published by Wipf & Stock in Eugene, Oregon.

Dejan Marolov

Dejan Marolov

Managing Editor

European Scientific Institute, ESI
Dejan Marolov is a founding member of the European Scientific Institute since 2010. He is a professor at Goce Delchev University, Macedonia, visiting professor at Mediterranean University, Italy, member of the Center for Law and Economic Studies, Azores University, Portugal and member of the Academic Council on the United Nations System, UN.

Alfonso Conde Lacarcel

Alfonso Conde Lacarcel

Academic Editor

Granada University, Spain

Alfonso Conde Lacarcel is a lecturer at the Faculty of Educational Sciences of the University of Granada, Spain. He is focused on improving the work processes of non-formal educational organizations that work with groups at the risk of exclusion. This is aimed at improving the society we live in and to help form a critical, multicultural, and socially and effectively inclusive citizenship.

Presently, Alfonso Conde Lacarcel is focused on the Psych Pedagogical Orientation from an integral perspective of a human being based on the accompaniment and search of solutions to the problems of individuals and groups. In addition, he is also focused on educational innovations in the training of future teachers, pedagogues, and social educators as a formula to increasing the transforming impact of education in various areas.

Matthias Grunke

Matthias Grunke

Associate Editor

Matthias Grünke is a Professor of Special Education at the University of Cologne in Germany and a visiting Professor at the University of Sunderland in the UK. His research focuses on the efficacy of writing interventions for struggling learners and on effective ways to include young people with disabilities in sports activities. He received his master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Erlangen-Nuremburg and his Ph.D. (“summa cum laude”) as well as his postdoctoral degree in Special Education from the University of Cologne. Dr. Grünke is a trained Montessori educator and behavior therapist.

Editorial Committee


Sidney R. Castle

Sidney R. Castle

National University La Jolla, USA

Expertise: Educational Administration, Leadership Theory, Research Design, Statistical Analysis
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Reuben Gitonga Mutegi

Reuben Gitonga Mutegi

University of Nairobi, Kenya

Expertise: Education, Monitoring and evaluation, Policy based papers
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Fatima Rahim Abdul -Hussein

Fatima Rahim Abdul -Hussein

University of Misan, Iraq

Expertise: teaching English and Applied Linguistics
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Halit Kiriktas

Halit Kiriktas

Siirt University, Turkey

Expertise: Argumentation, Inquiry and Model-based Science education. STEM education
EJES editorial member since June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Lydia Aframea Dankyi

Lydia Aframea Dankyi

University of Cape Coast, Ghana

Expertise: counseling, teacher education
EJES editorial member since June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Huseyin Gumus

Huseyin Gumus

Mersin University, Turkey

Expertise: Leisure education, recreation
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

David Perez-Jorge

David Perez-Jorge

University of La Laguna, Spain

Expertise: Education and Educational Psychology
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Yasemin  Acar-Ciftci

Yasemin Acar-Ciftci

Istanbul Yeni Yuzyil University, Turkey

Expertise: Multicultural Education, Teacher Education
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Zouhaier Slimi

Zouhaier Slimi

International Maritime College, Oman

Expertise: Education
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Uzma Shahzadi

Uzma Shahzadi

University of Sargodha, Pakistan

Expertise: Teacher Education, Educational Leadership, Educational Assessment, Technology in Education
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Abdullah Aydın

Abdullah Aydın

Kırsehir Ahi Evran University, Turkey

Expertise: Philosophy of science, chemistry education, Teacher Education
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Intakhab Alam Khan

Intakhab Alam Khan

King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

Expertise: Education/language education, English language teaching, Applied linguistics, e-learning, professional development
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Prasart Nuangchalerm

Prasart Nuangchalerm

Mahasarakham University, Thailand

Expertise: Curriculum and instruction, Teacher development, Learning management
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Abdelali Kaaouachi

Abdelali Kaaouachi

University Mohammed I, Morocco

Expertise: Educational studies, evaluation, assessment, quality assurance, IT
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Dobbo Temesgen Lerebo

Dobbo Temesgen Lerebo

Beijing Normal University, China

Expertise: Vocational Education, Match Skill Development, Youth and Employment, Process and Practice in Strategy development and decision making
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Kingsley Karunaratne

Kingsley Karunaratne

University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka

Expertise: Education Policy, Accounting
EJES editorial member since: June 2020
Number of reviews conducted: /

Kimberly Grantham Griffith

Kimberly Grantham Griffith

University of West Alabama, USA

Expertise: Special Education, Teacher Education

EJES editorial member since: March 2019

Number of reviews conducted: 1

Cresantus Nombo Biamba

Cresantus Nombo Biamba

University of Gavle, Sweden

University of Gavle, Sweden, Sweden

Expertise: Education

EJES editorial member since: March 2019

Number of reviews conducted: 1

Juan Antonio Lopez Nunez

Juan Antonio Lopez Nunez

University of Granada, Spain

University of Granada, Spain

Expertise: New technologies applied to education

EJES editorial member since: February 2015

Number of reviews conducted: 13

Mohamed Jaafari

Mohamed Jaafari

University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech, Morocco

Expertise: Applied Linguistics; Discourse Analysis ( media, gender, religious; Translation: English, French and Arabic; Audio visual translation; Educational Technology; Online Course Design; Soft Skills

EJES editorial member since: January 2020

Number of reviews conducted: /

Onur Kulac

Onur Kulac

Pamukkale University, Turkey

Expertise: Public Policy, Public Administration

EJES editorial member since: October 2015

Number of reviews conducted: 2

Taofik Olatunji Bankole

Taofik Olatunji Bankole

Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

Expertise: Population Studies/Demography, Sociology, PublicHealth/ Medical Sciences and Education (Administration and Social Sciences)

EJES editorial member since: April 2019

Number of reviews conducted: /

Dimitrios Lampakis

Dimitrios Lampakis

University of Thessaly, Greece

Expertise: Physics, Science Teaching

EJES editorial member since: July 2019

Number of reviews conducted: 1

Douglas W. Ellison

Douglas W. Ellison

Kent State University, USA

Expertise: Physical Education Pedagogy

EJES editorial member since: September 2017

Number of reviews conducted: 2

Anna Niitembu Hako

Anna Niitembu Hako

University of Namibia, Namibia

Expertise: School Counselling Services and Inclusive Education

EJES editorial member since: April 2019

Number of reviews conducted: 1

Tanzer Celikturk

Tanzer Celikturk

Pamukkale University, Turkey

Expertise: Vocational Education, Public Policy Issues

EJES editorial member since: January 2017

Number of reviews conducted: 2

Omar Abed Elkareem Abu Arqub

Omar Abed Elkareem Abu Arqub

Al- Balqa’ Applied University, Jordan

Expertise: Numerical Analysis Education

EJES editorial member since: December 2014

Number of reviews conducted: 1

Nadine Bonda

Nadine Bonda

American International College, USA

Expertise: Science education and environmental pollution studies

EJES editorial member since: September 2015

Number of reviews conducted: 1

James Abah

James Abah

University of Namibia, Namibia

Expertise: Science education and environmental pollution studies.

EJES editorial member since: June 2017

Number of reviews conducted: 4

Cuauhtemoc A. Carboni

Cuauhtemoc A. Carboni

Imperial Valley College, USA

Expertise: Physical Education Teacher Education, Teacher Education in Secondary School Level, Teacher Self Efficacy, Teacher Preparation Programs, Learning, Assessment, Educational Issues, Kinesiology, Biomechanics, Exercise Science

EJES editorial member since: June 2017

Number of reviews conducted: 7

Qingxia Li

Qingxia Li

Fisk University, USA

Fisk University, USA

Expertise: Computer Science education

EJES editorial member since: February 2015

Number of reviews conducted: 2

Yoonsin Oh

Yoonsin Oh

University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, USA

University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, USA

Expertise: Physical Education, Health Education

EJES editorial member since: January 2015

Number of reviews conducted: 1

Emanuel Oliveira Medeiros

Emanuel Oliveira Medeiros

University of Azores, Portugal

University of Azores, Portugal

Expertise: Education, Democracy and Developments; Intellectuals, Liberty and Power; Philosophy of Religion; Education and Social Communication.

EJES editorial member since: October 2015

Number of reviews conducted: 3

Tammie Cumming

Tammie Cumming

City University of New York, USA

City University of New York – New York City College of Technology, USA

Expertise: Educational Measurement, Assessment, Research and Institutional Effectiveness

EJES editorial member since: March 2019

Number of reviews conducted: 2

Sandra Chistolini

Sandra Chistolini

University of Rome Three, Italy

University of Rome Three, Italy

Expertise: Education

EJES editorial member since: April 2017

Number of reviews conducted: 5

Mensah Adinkrah

Mensah Adinkrah

Central Michigan University, USA

Central Michigan University, USA

Expertise: Sociology, Anthropology, Crime, Deviance, Social Control, Suicide, Domestic Violence, Violence Against Women, Death Studies, Witchcraft

EJES editorial member since: September 2014

Number of reviews conducted: 3