AGU is searching for a new Editor-in-Chief for the Space Weather Journal and Quarterly.
- Published on 25 February 2014
Information about the search is posted on the AGU web site. Interested scientists are asked to submit a Letter of Interest by 7th March 2014, but AGU is extending this deadline two weeks.
Space Weather commenced publication ten years again, in 2013. Under the expert editorship of Dr. Louis Lanzerotti, and with a focus on both the research and impacts of space weather, it has become a beloved and unique journal for the aeronomy, space science, heliospheric and solar communities.
The new Editor-in-Chief will have the responsibility of selecting additional Editors, and guiding the Space Weather Journal and Quarterly into the digital future. If you might be interested in this opportunity, or know of colleagues who might be suitable, please consider submitting a Letter of Interest to AGU, or encouraging your colleagues to do so. The Search Committee for the Space Weather Editor-in-Chief will be soliciting and interviewing potential candidates over the next month or so, and would love to hear from you!