ACM SEEKS EDITOR(S) FOR INTERACTIONS
The ACM Publications Board seeks an editor-in-chief or co-editors-in chief for its bimonthly magazine ACM Interactions.
ACM Interactions is a publication of great influence in the fields that envelop the study of people and computers. Every issue presents an array of thought-provoking commentaries from luminaries in the field together with a diverse collection of articles that examine current research and practices under the HCI umbrella.
The editor-in-chief is a volunteer position responsible for soliciting and organizing all editorial content for every issue. These responsibilities include: soliciting articles from prospective authors; managing the magazine’s editorial board and contributors; creating new editorial features, columns or forums; assigning manuscripts to associate editors for review; and making final editorial decisions.
An annual stipend will be available for the hiring of an editorial assistant. Financial support will also be provided for any travel expenses related to this position.
The EiC search is open to applicants worldwide. Experience in and knowledge about the issues, challenges, and advances in human-computer interaction is a must.
Please send your CV and a vision statement of 1,000 words or less expressing the reasons for your interest in the position and your goals for Interactions to the chair of the search committee,
Jeffrey Bardzell, chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject line: RE: Interactions
The deadline for submissions is AUGUST 1, 2019.
The editorship will commence on OCTOBER 1, 2019.
You must be willing and able to make a three-year commitment to this post.
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