CEDAR email: JGR: Space Physics looking for new Editor-in-Chief
Cohen, Morris B
mcohen at gatech.edu
Thu Jul 11 19:25:40 MDT 2019
JGR: Space Physics is looking for a new Editor in Chief! The application deadline is extended to 31-July.
This is your chance to shape the direction of one of the most influential journals in geophysics, including selecting Editors and Associate Editors, driving special issues, and serving as ambassador at scientific meetings. We all know how important JGR: Space Physics is for the scientific community, and so it's important that we have a visionary leader in the EiC position.
Might that person be you? If so...apply, apply, apply!!! All you need to do is send a CV and a letter of interest. You can do that, right?
Do you have a person in mind that you think is qualified that you would like to suggest? If so, tell us, tell us, tell us!!! All you need to do is send us an email with a name and email address.
People from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. Seriously, AGU has recently had a not-so-good track record on diversity for its EiC positions, even though there are many potential qualified applicants. The search committee is committed to a fair and impartial process.
Ready to apply or nominate/suggest a colleague? Send your application to pubmatters at agu.org<mailto:pubmatters at agu.org>
Have questions for the search committee? Send an email to JGR-SpacePhysicsEditor-in-ChiefSearchCommittee at agu.org<mailto:JGR-SpacePhysicsEditor-in-ChiefSearchCommittee at agu.org>
Morris Cohen, Georgia Tech
Chair of the Search Committee
mcohen at gatech.edu<mailto:mcohen at gatech.edu>
Morris B. Cohen, Ph. D.
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
LF Radio Lab: http://lf.gatech.edu<http://lf.gatech.edu/>
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