2006 Volume 29, Number 2

Science Editor

 March-April 2006 
Volume 29 - Number 2

Viewpoint

38
Seeking to Become Ever More International   Barbara Gastel

Features

39
Challenges in the Global Classroom: Perspectives of an American Science Editor   Elliott Churchill
42
Evidence-Based Peer Review? Highlights of the Fifth International Congress   Ana Marusic
44
Country Roads Take AESE to West Virginia   Meg Smath
46
NASW, CASW Hold Joint Meeting; Magazine Editors Speak   Rita M Washko
48
Plagiarism in the Sciences: Conference Highlights   Miguel Roig
50
“Building Skills, Bridging Ideas”: AMWA’s 65th Annual Conference   Karen Potvin Klein

Departments

51
Reviews   Beth Notzon and Edith Paal
54
The Word Hawk   Bob Johnson
57
Unbound   Elizabeth L Fleischer
60
Editing across the Sciences   Barbara Gastel
62
Other Than Editing   Rita M Washko

CSE News

65
CSE 2006: A Global Perspective You Shouldn’t Miss   Devora Krischer
67
Short Courses in the Sun   Diane Lang
67
Highlights of the CSE Board Meeting  
68
Committee Roundup  
72
Information for Contributors  
72
Calendar  

 

 

"Tampa Bay ... no better way to do Florida", reads the motto. A look at this issue's cover photo, courtesy of the Tampa Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau, confirms the local pride. The natural beauty of this city, site of the 2006 Council of Science Editors annual meeting, draws thousands of tourists each year to the brilliant sunsets, fine aquatic scenery, and exotic vegetation of Florida’s west coast. To read about plans for the annual meeting, please see page 65.