Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Position Opening: Editor-Elect of School Psychology Forum

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Position Opening: Editor-Elect of School Psychology Forum

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The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Publications Committee is conducting a search for editor-elect of School Psychology Forum. School Psychology Forum is the electronic "research to practice" journal of NASP. The appointment will be made by late fall 2015. The selected individual will serve as editor-elect from January-December 2016 and as editor from January 2017-December 2019. The editor and four associate editors are eligible to receive honoraria in accordance with NASP fiscal policy. The 3-year appointment as editor is renewable.

The editor of School Psychology Forum is responsible for (a) processing and evaluating manuscripts, (b) evaluating and selecting proposals, (c) maintaining overall quality control and content of the journal, (d) coordinating with the NASP office regarding fiscal management of the journal, (e) coordinating preproduction activities, including copyediting and page design, (f) selecting and evaluating the members of the Editorial Advisory Board, (g) selecting and coordinating the work of the associate editors, and (h) communicating regularly with the leadership of NASP.

School Psychology Forum represents one of the activities within NASP's Information Services Program. The editor is a member of the NASP Publications Committee, is responsible to the chair of the NASP Publications Committee, and has the assistance of the NASP staff for Web posting and marketing. Funds are provided for an editorial assistant to handle manuscript submission and workflow.

Letters of intent and application materials should be sent to: Kara McGoey, Chair, NASP Publications Committee, A letter indicating intent to submit an application for the position should be sent electronically by September 30, 2015.

Application materials for the editor-elect position, as listed below, must be submitted electronically or sent as an e-mail attachment by no later than October 15, 2015.

n* A current and comprehensive vita including all professional publications, activities in professional organizations, professional memberships, academic preparation, employment history, and related experience.

n* A description of any previous experience and evidence of editorial activities.

n* A statement of the applicant's suggested approaches to the task of editing the School Psychology Forum. …

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