Spring 2021

Cover art, Albemarle Sunset, by Ronald Bentley, a student at Tidewater Community College.

Summer 2020

Cover art, Spirits Rising, by Rosemary Gallick, Professor of Art and Art History at Northern Virginia Community College.

Fall 2019

Cover art by Anne Deangelis, a student at Piedmont Virginia Community College.

Summer 2019

Cover art by Julia DiMartino, a student at John Tyler Community College.

Fall 2017

Cover art by Kim Correale, an art student at John Tyler Community College.

Fall 2016

Cover art by Amanda Layton, a Photography student at John Tyler Community College.

Fall 2014

“Adventures in Wonderland” by Kristen Kaltenberg, a Computer Arts student at Thomas Nelson Community College.

Fall 2012

“Gossip Tails” by David R. Barton, winner of 2012 Inquiry Cover Artwork Contest, Mountain Empire Community College.

Fall 2010

“Islands in the Sky” by Robin K. Goergner, a student at J. S. Reynolds Community College.

Fall 2009

“Running Fields” by Kreela Moore, a student at Piedmont Virginia Community College.

Fall 2008

Cover art by MaryGrace Paden, John Tyler Community College.

Inquiry, the Journal of the Virginia Community Colleges, offers faculty and staff an outlet to publish professionally, to share research and ideas, and to engage in broader conversations about issues and concerns that impact higher education and community colleges.

Do you have pedagogical strategies to share? Are you developing a redesign or community project at your institution? Have you recently completed graduate work? Inquiry is interested in publishing your work in our peer-reviewed journal. Submissions are reviewed by editors on a continuous basis as we have a rolling deadline, so we encourage you to submit any time. Inquiry is published at least once per year.

Webinar with Inquiry Editorial Board

Thursday, February 3, 2022, 12:30-1:30pm

From Ideas to Publication: Strategies for Publishing Research-Based Manuscripts
One of the most rewarding professional experiences for faculty and staff is to join a scholarly conversation about innovations, projects, teaching successes, and current issues in higher education. The editorial board at Inquiry wants to guide you in getting your voice heard in our academic journal. In this webinar, you can connect with Inquiry editors as they share effective research strategies to both make your work publishable and simplify the writing process from ideas to a manuscript that fits our aims and scope.

Thursday, February 3, 2022, 12:30-1:30pm

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