The NWSA Board is delighted to welcome four new faces to the Editorial Board of our quarterly journal, Northwest Science!
- Dr. Kathryn Peiman will succeed Robin Lesher as the new Managing Editor of Northwest Science. Currently working as an independent contractor at the nexus of science, communication and the arts, Kathryn previously worked in the non-profit sector and in academia. She has a PhD in evolutionary ecology from UCLA.
- Dr. Karen Capuder joins Northwest Science as Associate Editor for Anthropology. Karen has over a decade of professional experience in archaeology and is currently Senior Archaeologist for the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. She has a PhD in sociocultural anthropology from the University of Washington.
- Dr. Frank Fogarty joins Northwest Science as Associate Editor for Avian Ecology. Frank is currently Associate Professor for Applied Avian Ecology at Cal Poly, Humboldt, and previously held research and teaching positions for Cal Poly, Humboldt, the University of California, Davis, and New Mexico State University. Frank has a PhD in Ecology from the University of California, Davis.
- Dr. Chris Johnson joins Northwest Science as Associate Editor for Wildlife Ecology. Chris is Professor of Landscape Conservation and Management at the University of Northern British Columbia, and a Registered Professional Biologist. His research integrates the disciplines of wildlife, landscape, and conservation ecology to plan for and mitigate the influences of human developments on the environment. Chris has a PhD in animal ecology from the University of Northern British Columbia.
We are excited to work alongside Kathryn, Karen, Frank and Chris, and to benefit from their expertise!
As a reminder, Northwest Science is also seeking two new Associate Editors for wildlife ecology and coastal marine ecology. Please see this announcement for details.