4/14/2013 EvoS Journal update!Please note that after 4 years of outstanding service as the sole editor of EvoS Journal, Rosemarie Chang has stepped to a co-editor position (with Glenn Geher and Dan Glass as co-editors) for the journal for the current year. Huge thanks to Dr. Chang for her exceptional work in making this journal a success in the landscape of higher education!
Dr. Chang recently edited a special edition of EvoS Journal dedicated to issues of evolution in the classroom. Another special issue, edited by Glenn Geher, is in the works – this issue will be a summary of presentations given at the October 2012 EvoS Summit meeting in New Paltz.
The presentations fro the summit are online and free – here. And the conference PROGRAM is found here.
The (revised) timeline for contributors is as follows:
1. June 1 – submit an APA-formatted manuscript to Glenn (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a brief cover letter.
2. June 15 – Glenn will send out to reviewers* by this date.
3. July 15 – Reviews are due to Glenn before you hit the beaches!
4. September 1 – Editor letters and reviews will be sent back to authors requesting final drafts and revisions, as needed.**
5. October 1 – Final manuscripts (with letters demarcating changes) are due to Glenn
6. November 1, 2013 – Target date for publication.
Please email Glenn Geher (email@example.com) with any questions!
3/9/2012 Volume 4, Issue 2 of the EvoS Journal is up now with an article by Daniel Glass, David Sloan Wilson, and Glenn Geher on the state of evolutionary training in higher education! More articles will be posted soon…stay tuned!
1/9/12 The EvoS Journal is putting out a call for papers for our upcoming special issue on evolutionary theory in the higher education classroom…see our Journal submissions page for details!
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