Editorial Board Member at Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship
Virtual (with potential for in-person meetings in Seattle, if desired)
General Board Member Responsibilities All members of the Process editorial board are expected to read undergraduate submissions and make recommendations for each issue. Process publishes three issues per year, and board members review all submissions and attend board meetings to vote on submissions for each issue. During each board meeting, members are either assigned to provide feedback to at least one author or to work as part of a team focused on expanding the journal outreach. Beyond these duties, board members are asked to help brainstorm issue themes, discuss special projects, and consult on decisions impacting the journal. Time Commitment Most of the work for this position is concentrated on the period between the submission deadline and issue publication. Anticipate 4-5 hours of work (including a 1-hour board meeting) reading and discussing submissions and an additional 1 hour either responding to a manuscript submission with feedback or collecting contacts as part of the data team expanding the journal’s outreach. Total: 5-6 hours of work per submission period. About the Journal Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship is an online journal that provides a space for undergraduate writers across disciplines to share their work outside of the context and constraints of the college classroom. Each issue of Process focuses on a topic of contemporary interest to a global audience, fostering critical conversations that traverse disciplinary, cultural, and national borders. Process seeks to engage and cultivate timely and stakes-driven conversations among undergraduates, encouraging students to actively participate in public scholarship. These conversations cover a range of topics, but we are especially committed to submissions that demonstrate rigorous engagement with issues of social justice, transformative education, politics, identity, and cultural production. You can check out our latest issue, On Apathy, here: https://www.processjmus.org/on-apathy. Previous issues are also available on our website. Applying If you are interested, please send us an email with a short (1-2 paragraph) statement explaining why you’d like to join the board of this particular journal and describing any relevant experience, ideas, or other assets you bring. Please submit statements to Grace Funsten, Editor-in-Chief, Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship is excited to announce we are seeking new editorial board members to support our project of publishing the work of talented undergraduates from two- and four-year institutions around the world. This is a great opportunity for any graduate student interested in collaborative public scholarship, promoting undergraduate work, or running an online journal. at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, February 13th. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to email Grace Funsten at email@example.com.
Application Deadline Date:
Monday, February 13, 2023