Year: 2011

December 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, I am pleased to say that CSE will launch a certificate program in scholarly publication management beginning spring 2012. This program was devised in response to the rapidly changing scholarly publishing market, which is in transformation with new technologies, an Internet-savvy customer base, and financial threats such as library […]

November 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, Thank you for your overwhelmingly positive comments about CSE’s Science Editor. The July-September issue is in the mail and online. We apologize for the delay and hope you find this issue worth the wait. It is full of reports from the 2011 CSE annual meeting—such as “Ethics Clinic: The […]

October 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, Do you read Science Editor? How would you rate its usefulness to your profession? To determine the answers to these and other issues regarding the communication and publication needs of CSE members, the Board has decided to temporarily suspend publication of Science Editor, and a task force chaired by […]

September 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, I’m thrilled to announce that Dr. Paul Ekman, one of “The 2009 TIME 100” Scientists & Thinkers, and Dr. Leroy Hood, president and co-founder of the Institute for Systems Biology, will give the Keynote and Plenary addresses, respectively, at the 2012 CSE Annual Meeting in Seattle, May 20-21. You may […]

August 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, True to its slogan, “CSE: Education, Ethics, and Evidence for Editors (E4),” CSE continues its work this summer to meet the needs of its members through its webinars, Web site, committees, and publications. See what longtime member Judy Jansen has to say about CSE in the Member Spotlight below. […]

July 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, Through the year, I rely on my network of CSE colleagues to answer questions about style, editing, publishing, and ethics. I can think of no better way to stay connected with the scientific editing community. Often, CSE members relate lessons learned regarding thorny problems, saving time and sleepless nights. […]

June 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, No summer slump for CSE–the various CSE committees and the Board are busy writing newsletter articles, following up on innovative ideas from the Annual Meeting in Baltimore, preparing for the 2012 meeting in Seattle, and planning major revisions of the White Paper on Promoting Integrity in Scientific Journal Publications […]

May 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, If you missed the 2011 CSE Annual Meeting in Baltimore, you truly missed excellent and informative sessions and Short Courses, searching for solutions to prickly editorial issues like data sharing and launching a freelance career, catching up with colleagues you haven’t seen since last year, and meeting new colleagues […]

April 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, This is my last CSE e-newsletter. My tenure ends in early May and I pass the CSE President’s gavel to Diane Sullenberger’s capable hands. Without a doubt, the best thing about my year as CSE President has been the opportunities it has provided to get to know many CSE […]

March 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, Want to make new friends and influence your peers? Then, register for the CSE meeting, join a CSE committee, submit an article to Science Editor, or become a contributor to the 8th edition of CSE’s style manual. Read on to find out how to do all this and more. […]

February 2011

Dear CSE Members, Colleagues, and Friends, Have you had enough of winter yet? Even though winter’s not over, signs of spring are on the horizon. One sure sign is the opening of registration for CSE’s annual meeting. See below for links to registration and some new CSE educational offerings that include a webinar on journal […]