CSE Members, I hope you have thawed out. Spring is almost here. I hear San Antonio is nice in the spring!
Read further for some interesting activities the program committee has planned for our May meeting.
Scientific Publishing is such a crazy beast. I find myself often trying to explain to the role of a scientific journal editor. Does anyone else have this trouble? I’ll be happy to see like-minded individuals in May. CSE will be debuting many exciting things in May and our committees have worked very hard, I think you’ll like what you see.
2014 CSE Annual Meeting: New for 2014!
CSE Dinner Conversations
Sunday, May 4, 7:00 PM
Various local restaurants
CSE Dinner Conversations will provide a forum for attendees and speakers to interact in a social setting. Continue dialogue based on a specific topics from the conference in groups of eight over dinner at various local restaurants. Click here to review the topics that have been organized. Each participant will be responsible for his/her own meal expense. If you would like to participate, please indicate your interest on the registration form to receive more details.
Click here to register for this year’s Annual Meeting.
What training have you received for your editorial role – and was it provided by your publisher or something that you undertook yourself? This short survey aims to discover what (if any) professional development is wanted by editors, and what is provided – and whether they match up. The results of the survey (being undertaken by Pippa Smart, PSP Consultants) will be presented at the European Association of Science Editors conference in June.
Click here to access the survey.
Best to all,
Heather Goodell, CSE President