Free and open to the public
This 30-minute webinar will present a concise decision tree for deciding who can be listed as the author of peer-reviewed research publication. We’ll discuss the prevailing expectations of journals and professional associations regarding the role that someone should fulfill to qualify to be listed as an author and some of the pitfalls arise in choosing and coordinating with co-authors during the publication process. Please note that this webinar presents is a broad perspective based on the experience of the presenters and is not a statement of policy or practice related to or informed by the Science family of journals.
Speaker: The live webinar will be presented by Dr. Charles E. Dunlap, Director of the Research Competitiveness Program. Dr. Dunlap has more than 20 years of experience designing and implementing national and international S&T grant competitions, overseeing funding agencies, and developing and leading symposia on peer review process. He has created and led S&T programs in the U.S. and more than thirty countries.