CSE Scholarships

2020 CSE Scholarship Program

Scholarship Donation

Help shape the future for an early career publishing professional!

2020 Recipients Announced

This year, the CSE Membership Committee received 46 submissions for three scholarships to attend the annual meeting, covering up to $2,000 in travel expenses. The quality of these submissions was the highest ever, making this a very difficult decision for the committee. After careful review, the committee narrowed its search down to three deserving individuals, all of whom are excited and passionate about increasing their knowledge and expertise in the scientific editing field. Congratulations to Amy King, Rosanna Vail, and Annie Yueh, the 2020 Council of Science Editors scholarship recipients!

Amy King, Editorial Coordinator, ASCO, Journal of Clinical Oncology; JCO Precision Oncology
Amy King is an Editorial Coordinator at Journal of Clinical Oncology (JCO) and JCO Precision Oncology (JCO PO). She assists journal editors and reviewers with the peer review process and helps authors prepare their materials for production. She partners with production, marketing, and digital department staff to ensure quality, clarity, and promotion of journal content. She works on the corrections program and fields editorial department email and phone inquiries for all ASCO journals.

She also works on several special projects including overseeing JCO special collections, generating monthly journal reports, and coordinating JCO PO’s mentoring program.

Rosanna Vail, Managing Editor, Utah State University
Rosanna Vail has served as the managing editor of Human–Wildlife Interactions for the past four years. This wildlife management journal is published through the Jack H. Berryman Institute, a national organization based in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University (USU). She holds a B.A. in English from Southern Oregon University and an M.S. in Technical Communication from USU. Currently, she is a participant in the Council of Science Editors Publication Certificate Program and is looking forward to focusing her career. In her spare time, she volunteers as an English language tutor and board member for a nonprofit organization strengthening literacy in her community.

Annie Yueh, Editor, Harborside
Annie Yueh has been an editor for the Journal of the Advanced Practitioner in Oncology (JADPRO) for the past four years. JADPRO provides education and professional development support to nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and pharmacists in oncology. She works closely with authors on their manuscript submissions and in the editing phases before publication. She is also involved in conference planning, professional society management, and podcasting in conjunction with the journal. She was a 2019 Folio: Rising Star Honoree. Ms. Yueh graduated from the University of Virginia in 2015 with a BA in French and Economics.

The CSE Scholarship Program was developed to support editors and publishing professionals by sponsoring their attendance at the CSE annual meeting. The scholarship program will be open again in the fall of 2020.


Previous CSE Scholarship Recipients

2019

Christine Melchione, Anip Joshi, Kayla R. Zehr

2018

Daralynn Pilkie, Karma Tenzin and Nikhil Thangiah

2017

Heather DiAngelis, Andrew Mataya, Farah Qaiser

2016

Rahul K. Arora, Sheryl Vaz, Julie Vo

2015

Brittany White, Mariah Hanley, Rhea Williams

2014

Silvia Elena Buntinx, Kimberly Rosenfield, Erin Russell

2013

Elizabeth Gebhardt, Michelle Liew, Sarah Tipsin

2011

Lohfa Bali Chirdan, Bhawan Singh Gharti Magar