HERDSA Notices 15 June 2022

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The International Journal for Students as Partners seeks additional editorial board members
15 July

The International Journal for Students as Partners (IJSaP) wishes to appoint a new editorial board (EB) co-editing team consisting of a staff/faculty member1 and a student2 from a country not currently represented on the EB. We would particularly welcome applications from non-English speaking countries and/or parts of the world in which student-staff partnerships are an emerging development. They will join the existing EB, which consists of five student-staff teams in Australia, Canada, China, United Kingdom, United States, plus a senior editor, an editorial manager, and a communications officer.

The journal
IJSaP is co-edited by students and staff/faculty and is run on partnership principles. The ethos of student-faculty/staff partnership is something that is a distinctive feature of the journal. IJSaP explores established and emerging perspectives, practices, and policies regarding how students and staff are working in partnership to enhance learning and teaching in higher education. The journal was founded in 2016 and the first issue was published in 2017.

IJSaP publishes articles, reflective essays, case studies, opinion pieces and reviews about partnership between students and others in higher education focused on explorations, practices, policies, and analyses of teaching and learning. It is an open access journal published twice a year by McMaster University Press. Further details are available at: https://mulpress.mcmaster.ca/ijsap/announcement

The positions
We welcome and recognise the diversity of skills and experiences students and staff may bring to the role of co-editors. Applications for appointment to the EB should ideally come from a student-staff partnership (one student, one staff). However, individual applications will be accepted, and if appointed, a second appointment stage will be undertaken to identify a suitable partner. Team members may be at the same institution or at different institutions but normally based in the same country/region.

Further information
Further details about the journal, the positions, the application criteria, and the application process are available here. Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Prof Mick Healey, Senior Editor (mhealey@glos.ac.uk), or Dr Antonio Dos Santos, Editorial Manager (ijsap@mcmaster.ca), for an informal discussion about the role. Please address any queries about the application process to the Editorial Manager (ijsap@mcmaster.ca).

Application deadline: 12:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST) Friday 15 July 2022.

Please pass these details on to any colleagues outside Australia, Canada, China, United Kingdom and United States, whom you think may be interested.


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