Academic journal article The Geographical Bulletin

A Note from the (New) Editor

Academic journal article The Geographical Bulletin

A Note from the (New) Editor

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I appreciate the opportunity to serve as Editor for The Geographical Bulletin. Gamma Theta Upsilon's tradition of supporting students in geography remains rich, and being part of that legacy serves as a highlight of my career. Many thanks goes to our past Editor, Dr. Steven Schnell, who accomplished many great things for The Bulletin. But, on a more personal note, he has gone above and beyond in helping me come aboard this Editorship. Steve's guidance, insight, and vast knowledge of all things Bulletin remains invaluable, and he always seems eager to help. I want to extend my sincere appreciation to him. He has done a highly admirable job steering The Bulletin.

As Editor, my efforts remain focused on four goals, three of which are logistic. First, I intend to further streamlining the submission and review processes started by Steve. Second, expanding solicitation outlets - raising the journal's visibility beyond GTU and its constituents. Third, increasing the journal's online availability, extending Steve's (and the Executive Committee's) archiving of back issues for general access. Finally, as those who submit articles to The Geographical Bulletin know, our peer review process remains a demanding and rigorous one, with reviewers treating each submission as they would a review for any other journal, even though The Bulletin is perhaps not as well-known, broadly speaking. This tradition upheld by Steve, I believe, helps account for The Bulletin's high-quality articles over the past decade. …

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