Careers in Academic Publishing: Developing and Enhancing Skills and Experience

Careers in Academic Publishing: Developing and Enhancing Skills and Experience

15 Mar 2017, 10:00 - 11:00

The Faculty


This seminar is programmed by the STM Association.

This panel session, featuring members of The STM Association’s Early Career Publishing Committee will explore career development within academic publishing. How do you attract recent graduates and what skills and experiences are required to progress within the sector? Panellists will detail their own experiences as well as outline the support, information and knowledge available to those looking to both enter academic publishing and to progress their careers.



  • Rachel Cox


    Team Lead, Higher Education, Content Management & Academic Publishing

    Cambridge University Press

    Rachel Cox began her career in 2010 with a small STM publisher, following a BA in Archaeology and Ancient History. She has worked at Cambridge...

  • Juliet Harrison


    Head of Specialist Journals Publishing

    Emerald Group Publishing Ltd

    Juliet Harrison is Head of Specialist Journals Publishing at Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. Her role involves managing a team of Publishers working on...

  • Francesca Lake


    Managing Editor

    Future Science OA, Future Science Group

    Francesca Lake joined Future Science Group in 2011 after attaining her MSci in Biology from the University of Nottingham (UK). Beginning as an...

  • Rachel Moriarty


    Editor, Computer Science Journals

    Springer Nature

    Currently a Computer Science Editor in the UK, Rachel Moriarty manages a program of 21 international subscription journals and was responsible for...

  • Phill Jones


    Director of Publishing Innovation

    Digital Science

    Phill has spent much of his career working on projects to accelerate science through improved communication. He was the first Editorial Director at...


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