Guidelines for inclusion
A SIPS News & Events newsletter is sent to the greater SIPS community by email every Monday morning and includes sections on news, recent publications, and events.
The primary function of this section is to aggregate and amplify news about SIPS members and their activities from the following media sources:
Cornell news: e.g. Cornell Chronicle, Daily Sun, CALS News, BTI News, Global Development
Newsletters from SIPS-affiliated media: e.g. ‘What’s Cropping Up’, ‘Appellation Cornell’, ‘Small Farms’ quarterlies
External media: Media sources should be relatively high profile or have a clear stakeholder connection. News or opinion pieces should highlight our research, outreach, and teaching on plants, soil, agriculture, or climate/environment.
Internal SIPS news: e.g. awards, new initiatives, personnel changes, internal grant RFPs written or posted by SIPS communications staff
Publications are tracked weekly for SIPS faculty, adjunct appointees, and senior academics. Tracking is done with Web of Science and PubMed, but new publications can be communicated directly for more rapid posting. Titles are included in the newsletter along with the names of Cornell faculty & senior academic co-authors. The list of complete citations can be found on the corresponding linked page on the SIPS News Blog
Manuscripts must be accepted (no BioRxiv) and have a URL to which the title can be linked. Accepted publication types include research papers, reviews, books, book chapters
The primary function of this section is to publicize SIPS section seminars for the forthcoming two week period. “Other events of interest” includes seminars and special events sponsored by groups within SIPS or other units at Cornell, and relevant to plants, soil, agriculture, or climate/environment. Inclusion is dependent on the space available.
If you have news, publications, or events you would like considered for inclusion in a Monday email, please contact Magdalen Lindeberg at ml16 [at] cornell.edu by the Friday before. Craig Cramer cdc25 [at] cornell.edu can also be contacted with news story ideas.