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|Message from Julia Freybote|
Dear ARES Members,
I was elected editor for the ARES newsletter at the 2017 annual ARES conference and am excited about the opportunity to contribute more to this great organization!
I’ve been an ARES member since I was a doctoral student and throughout the years ARES has been an important resource for me. May it be with its journals as outlets for my research or the conferences as venues to network and meet friends as well as attend interesting research presentations and panels.
The newsletter is the voice of the ARES organization to its members, sister organizations and beyond. And I would like to amplify this voice! While the basic structure of the ARES newsletter will remain the same with columns by officers and committees as well as a list of important dates or events, I’d like to introduce new sections. One of these sections covers announcements about individual ARES members, for example with regard to new positions. Another includes profiles of ARES members and columns by ARES members at different levels of their career sharing their experiences with the ARES organization or academic life. If you have any ideas for additional newsletter columns, please feel free to share them with me.
I encourage all of you to send me information about your new positions, newsworthy information and articles about topics that you consider relevant to ARES members. The submission guidelines for contributions are provided below.
I appreciate the opportunity to serve as ARES newsletter editor and look forward to working with you!
Contribution Submission Guidelines:
David M. Harrison featured in ARES Newsletter March 2017 on page 7 is a Former ARES President 2015-16. David serves on the ARES Board; he has won 12 ARES manuscript prizes and received the 2007 ARES Kinnard Young Scholar award.Read more about our ARES featured member...
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