CSE Releases Its Revamped Science Editor

Denver, CO: Founded in 1957, the mission of Council of Science Editors (CSE) is to be an authoritative resource on current and emerging issues in the communication of scientific information. Science Editor, the official print-and-online publication of CSE, has recently undergone a number of exciting new changes!

This publication serves as a forum for the exchange of information and ideas among professionals concerned with editing and publishing in the sciences. Articles related to peer review studies, editorial processes, publication ethics, evaluating article impact, and other items of special interest to the journal’s readers are encouraged.

We had last updated you that one of our editorial members, Sheryl Vaz, was selected for CSE Scholarship. We are now happy to announce that in the Spring-Summer 2016 issue of Science Editor, the member profiles of each scholarship recipient has been published. You can read more about Sheryl’s experience at CSE on their newly revamped website: http://www.csescienceeditor.org/article/member-profile-sheryl-vaz-2016-cse-scholarship-recipient/.

On behalf of Enago, we would like to congratulate the Editorial Board and the Science Editor Redesign Task Force of Science Editor for this new initiative. You can read more about CSE and the travel grant here: http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/.

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