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Studies in HE: Editorial Vacancies - Expressions of interest invited

By 31st January 2019

The Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) is seeking to expand the editorial team structure for this prestigious journal and recruit the following new editorial positions from 1st Jan 2020:

·          Editor in Chief

·          Associate Editors x 4 (divided into four distinct geographical areas)

·          Special Issues Editor(s)

Studies in Higher Education is an international journal published on behalf of the SRHE by Taylor & Francis Group. It has a global readership and expects authors to make their work interesting, relevant and intelligible to that readership. The Editor-in-Chief should have a well-respected international reputation in the area of higher education research, prior editorial experience, expertise across a broad range of higher education research, policy and management issues, and knowledge of the different types of higher education systems globally. The Associate Editors should possess a range of subject expertise, including a variety of research approaches. The Special Issues Editor(s) should possess a broad knowledge of higher education issues facing many countries, including emerging countries.

For all the above positions, editorial fees will be paid for the editorial services provided, given the substantial time commitment involved.  Further details are available from the SRHE website

How to apply

Please send a summary CV (maximum 2 sides of A4 per individual not including references and publication record) and a covering letter giving a short rationale supporting the reasons for your interest in one or more positions to the Society Director, Helen Perkins at . References and a publication record can be included in an Appendix to the above CV. You may express an interest in more than one of the above positions, and applications from both individuals and teams of people are equally welcomed. If you would like to have an informal discussion about these positions and find out more about the roles and the support available, please contact the Society Director via the e-mail above.

 The closing date for expressions of interest in these positions is 31st January 2019.

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