The American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration (AAPRA) is seeking candidates for the position
of Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Park and Recreation Administration.
Position Summary: The Editor-in-Chief is primarily responsible for coordinating all aspects of preparing four
regular issues of the Journal of Park and Recreation Administration (JPRA) for publication each year. This includes activities such as soliciting manuscripts, previewing manuscripts, assigning manuscripts to associate
editors and reviewers, working with reviewers to ensure timely reviews, and assisting authors in revisions. Additionally, the editor is responsible for identifying and working with a team of associate editors and guest editors as
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The Academy's Journal of Park and Recreation Administration (JPRA) was launched in 1983 to enhance the practice of park, recreation, and leisure services administration by producing scholarly papers and to conduct research. The Journal of Park and Recreation Administration provides a forum for management and organizational analysis of the delivery of park, recreation, and leisure services. JPRA is committed to the advancement of the park, conservation and recreation field. It is central to building the field’s body of knowledge and enhancing the effectiveness and professionalism of park and recreation administrators.
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