The Pembroke Center is pleased to be piloting a differences proctorship in Academic Journal Editing. This advanced graduate student proctor serves as the journal’s senior assistant editor, administering the peer review process, assisting in the editorial cycle, and liaising with contributors and various divisions at Duke University Press. This proctorship is twelve months in duration, with the possibility of renewal, and averages twenty hours per week.
The Pembroke Center is thrilled to host Scott Jackshaw as the inaugural differences Proctor in Academic Journal Editing. Jackshaw is a fifth-year doctoral candidate in the Department of English. They hold a bachelor’s in English and Creative Writing from the University of Alberta, and a master’s in English from Brown University.
Information about applying to become the differences Proctor will be published on this page when it becomes available.