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Message ID: 8956
Date: 2011-09-13

Author:Andres Arroyo

Subject:Graduate Student/Postdoctoral Fellow Section of Child Maltreatment Editorial Board

Graduate Student/Postdoctoral Fellow Section of Child Maltreatment Editorial Board CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Child Maltreatment (CM) is seeking outstanding graduate students, interns, or postdoctoral fellows to serve as members of the Student Section of reviewers, which is adjunctive to the CM Editorial Board. The Student Section provides students an opportunity to gain experience in the scientific peer review and publication processes. Student Section members provide anonymous manuscript reviews under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Once the student review is approved by the faculty mentor, it is included in the journal's decision and feedback process and forwarded to authors. As with all CM reviewers, students then receive anonymous copies of all other reviews of the manuscript, so that they may compare their analysis and comments with those of recognized experts in the field. Student Section members are encouraged to attend and participate in Editorial Board meetings and discussions, but do not serve as Board members. They are expected to complete up to four reviews a year. A total of six students will be selected to serve 2-year terms from 1-1-2012 through 12-31-2013. Applications are encouraged from students, interns, and postdoctoral fellows of diverse backgrounds and professional disciplines, including psychology, social work, medicine, law, criminal justice, and other areas related to child maltreatment. At the beginning of their term as reviewers, students must have at least two years remaining under the supervision of their faculty mentors in their graduate or fellowship programs. Applicants are asked to submit, on line (childmaltreatment@tcnj.edu), a single word document that includes the applicant's CV, statement of interest, and faculty mentor's letter of support. The student statement should describe professional area(s) of interest and goals for a two year term as student reviewer with CM (no more than 2 pages, double spaced, 12 point font). The faculty mentor’s letter should indicate the qualifications of the student applicant and the willingness to supervise up to four reviews a year. Application materials are due on November 15, 2011. We anticipate announcement of student selection will be made in by the end of December 2011. Dr. Candice Feiring Editor, Child Maltreatment Senior Research Scholar The College of New Jersey 2000 Pennington Rd. Ewing, NJ 08628 609 771 2649 feiring@tcnj.edu www.tcnj.edu/~cyrd

Graduate Student/Postdoctoral Fellow Section of Child Maltreatment Editorial Board CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Child Maltreatment (CM) is seeking outstanding graduate students, interns, or postdoctoral fellows to serve as members of the Student Section of reviewers, which is adjunctive to the CM Editorial Board. The Student Section provides students an opportunity to gain experience in the scientific peer review and publication processes. Student Section members provide anonymous manuscript reviews under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Once the student review is approved by the faculty mentor, it is included in the journal's decision and feedback process and forwarded to authors. As with all CM reviewers, students then receive anonymous copies of all other reviews of the manuscript, so that they may compare their analysis and comments with those of recognized experts in the field. Student Section members are encouraged to attend and participate in Editorial Board meetings and discussions, but do not serve as Board members. They are expected to complete up to four reviews a year. A total of six students will be selected to serve 2-year terms from 1-1-2012 through 12-31-2013. Applications are encouraged from students, interns, and postdoctoral fellows of diverse backgrounds and professional disciplines, including psychology, social work, medicine, law, criminal justice, and other areas related to child maltreatment. At the beginning of their term as reviewers, students must have at least two years remaining under the supervision of their faculty mentors in their graduate or fellowship programs. Applicants are asked to submit, on line (childmaltreatmenttcnj.edu), a single word document that includes the applicant's CV, statement of interest, and faculty mentor's letter of support. The student statement should describe professional area(s) of interest and goals for a two year term as student reviewer with CM (no more than 2 pages, double spaced, 12 point font). The faculty mentor’s letter should indicate the qualifications of the student applicant and the willingness to supervise up to four reviews a year. Application materials are due on November 15, 2011. We anticipate announcement of student selection will be made in by the end of December 2011. Dr. Candice Feiring Editor, Child Maltreatment Senior Research Scholar The College of New Jersey 2000 Pennington Rd. Ewing, NJ 08628 609 771 2649 feiringtcnj.edu www.tcnj.edu/~cyrd