Call for Applications: NJAWHE New Professional and Graduate Student Review Board


Published
September 28, 2016


Application Deadline: October 30, 2016

NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education (NJAWHE) invites applications to join the New Professional and Graduate Student Review Board for 2017. The editors seek individuals with a strong interest in research and/or practice that focuses on the experiences of women in higher education. The journal publishes reports of empirical research, book reviews, and program descriptions that represent an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the experiences of and issues facing women in higher education settings.

The New Professional and Graduate Student Review Board generates a pipeline of reviewers and authors for the journal and is open to individuals who are new professionals (less than five years in the field) and graduate students. An orientation will provide support for individuals who would like to learn more about the editorial process and participate in manuscript reviews for the journal. Reviewers will be offered the opportunity for feedback on reviews as part of the developmental process.

Application Requirements: 

  • Cover letter describing the applicant’s education, areas of interest (content and methodological), a paragraph describing why the individual is interested in the New Professional and Graduate Student Review Board, and what they hope to gain from the experience
  • Curriculum vitae or résumé

How to Apply:

Applicants should send materials no later than October 30, 2016, via e-mail to Amy Bergerson, Co-Editor in Chief, at [email protected]

Selected applicants will be invited to attend an Editorial Board Meeting at the 2017 NASPA Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas. New board members will be notified by December 2016. 

Please circulate this call to colleagues and graduate students who may have an interest in joining the NJAWHE New Professional and Graduate Student Review Board. 


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