FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Washington, D.C. (March 14, 2022) — The Journal of Science Policy & Governance (JSPG) is pleased to welcome new members to its leadership team. The new staff will lead activities to increase the international visibility, reach, and impact of JSPG’s published work and events. Read the staff bios.
JSPG seeks to enhance the skills of young scholars in science and technology policy and governance through national and international partnerships, collaborations, and outreach. In 2022, the journal will continue its efforts to publish peer-reviewed articles on emerging, timely and relevant science, technology, and innovation policy topics while providing professional development opportunities for trainees and early career researchers in science policy. These include publishing special issues on science diplomacy, open science, and other areas, in addition to standard issues on a number of topics.
The new staff members will work with the journal's partners to increase the impact and footprint of published work internationally and to enable published ideas to reach decision makers at all levels of government, in particular as we celebrate JSPG’s 10 year anniversary as an organization and move into the next decade of innovation in science policy.
“I look forward to working with these talented science policy professionals at various stages in their careers, and to continue driving forward our mission of empowering and elevating the next generation of science policy leaders on international platforms,” says Adriana Bankston, JSPG’s CEO.
The Journal of Science Policy & Governance is an internationally recognized, open-access peer-reviewed publication dedicated to elevating students, post-docs, policy fellows and young scholars in science, technology and innovation policy and governance debate worldwide. JSPG publishes high-quality articles covering the widest range of topics in formats that are accessible to policymakers. Since 2011, JSPG has served as a vehicle for students and early career researchers to bolster their research and writing credentials in science policy. Visit sciencepolicyjournal.org and follow on Twitter @SciPolJournal to learn more.