Jenn Richler, a Senior Editor at Nature, will introduce the Nature family of journals, the Nature Climate Change and Nature Energy portfolios in the behavioral and social science, and publishing opportunities in these journals. Following this, she will also provide a broader overview of the editorial process, with opportunities for questions.
This event is targeted at researchers and PhD students in the fields of climate change or energy, especially where they intersect with social sciences, as this is area Jenn predominantly deals with.
A light lunch will be provided after the event, with an opportunity for mingling.
Jenn joined Nature Research in 2016 as a Senior Editor serving Nature Climate Change and Nature Energy, where she handles a broad range of manuscripts from across the behavioral sciences, including psychology, sociology, behavioral economics, political science, and communications. She also served as Acting Head of the Nature Research Social Sciences Center of Excellence from 2017-2019. Prior to joining the company, Jenn was an associate editor at Journal of Experimental Psychology: General where she handled manuscripts spanning all areas of experimental psychology, and a writer for the American Psychological Association, where she covered primary research for a general academic audience. Jenn completed her PhD in psychology and postdoctoral work at Vanderbilt University, USA.