Editorial Board and Associate Editor/Editor Openings
Deadline: September 15, 2022
Do you know someone who has contributions to make to choral research and to ACDA publications? See below for how you can formally nominate them . . . or you can simply request that we reach out to someone you feel might do great work; write to .
The editor of the International Journal of Research in Choral Singing requests nominations for six-year membership on the editorial board. Terms begin January 1, 2023. Nominations are additionally invited for the positions of editor and/or associate editor, with term lengths to be negotiated with the nominees. Electronic files of nomination materials will be accepted through September 15, 2022, addressed to Patrick K. Freer, IJRCS Editor, at .
Editorial Board. Nominees should hold a completed doctorate and have a record of research publications. Nominations, including self-nominations, must include (1) a letter that includes description of the nominee’s qualifications to evaluate quantitative and qualitative research manuscripts; the letter should also highlight the nominee’s most important research publications and any previous editorial/reviewer work; (2) the nominee’s ACDA membership number/membership expiration date; (3) the nominee’s curriculum vitae; and (4) a PDF or direct link to a representative published research article selected by the nominee. International nominees need not be ACDA members. Application materials may be emailed directly by the nominee; a letter of nomination from another individual may be sent separately, if desired.
Editor and Associate Editor. It is assumed that nominees would accept membership on the editorial board if not selected as either editor or associate editor; please inform if otherwise. Nominations must include the four items outlined above. Complete nominations will additionally include, as a fifth item, a letter of recommendation from the editor of a journal for which the nominee has served as a member of the review board; this letter should address issues of scholarly contribution to the review process, timeliness, and collegiality.