Applications for the editorial review board for E-Source for College Transitions are due no later than April 15, 2020. Details are below.
Editorial Review Board Members
|Name||Institutional Affiliation||Term Ends|
|Michelle L. Ashcraft||Purdue University||2022|
|Marsha Butler||Valencia College – West Campus||2021|
|Mike Dial||University of South Carolina||2020|
|Crystal Edmonds||Robeson Community College||2020|
|Charles Haberle||Providence College||2021|
|Sheryl K. Larson-Rhodes||State University of New York at Geneseo||2022|
|Elaine Lewis||Utah Valley University||2022|
|Amelia Noel-Elkins||Illinois State University||2020|
|Ahmad Sims||Western Kentucky University||2022|
|Elizabeth Turton||Miami University||2020|
|Kathryn Wilhite||Clemson University||2022|
|Scott Wojciechowski||High Point University||2021|
Apply for the Editorial Review Board
The editor is seeking three to five higher education scholars or practitioners to join the E-Source editorial review board. Members will serve a three-year term, advise the editor on suitability of submissions, and provide authors detailed suggestions for reframing or improving manuscripts.
Successful candidates will have:
- A master's degree or higher;
- A minimum of two years' experience in one or more of the following areas within a higher education setting: instruction, first-year programs, transfer initiatives, sophomore initiatives, academic support initiatives, retention initiatives, and assessment;
- An affiliation with an accredited college or university; and
- Strong writing and editorial skills.
To apply, submit a current CV with a letter of interest highlighting topical areas of expertise/interest related to student transition and describing any previous writing/editorial experience to Dr. Rebecca Campbell, E-Source Editor, at email@example.com no later than April 15, 2020.
Appointments will be made in mid-May, and terms will begin June 1, 2020.