Bill Goodfellow and Tim Canfield, SETAC Globe Co-Editors-in-Chief

Consider being part of the SETAC Globe Editorial team! We are reimagining the SETAC Globe by expanding the scientific focus of the articles and presenting the information in interesting ways for the readership. We are seeking to establish a team of editors, who will solicit articles or provide content directly, conduct interviews with other SETAC members, and cover the policy discussions, events and other such topics happening in their region.

The topic of “science communication” comes up at every SETAC meeting, and this outlet offers an opportunity to showcase your science and advancements in your field. The SETAC Globe is a monthly published electronic newsletter with a readership of more than 13,500. In any given month, articles are opened approximately 30%, which means on a monthly basis you would be reaching nearly 4,000 scientists. No prior experience is necessary.

Please send a letter of interest, or submit questions or inquires to globe@setac.org.

Authors’ contact information: globe@setac.org

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