Scientific Editing: Experiments in the Unexpected

Join Editors Toronto on Wednesday, January 31, 2024, at 7:00 pm EST via Zoom for “Scientific Editing: Experiments in the Unexpected.”

This month, join us as Tom Moss Gamblin, PhD, reflects on  a career in math, science and economics editing that is filled with surprises. Tom will share advice on shaping your career that includes

  • making your own luck,
  • being open to opportunities arising from your personal and social life,
  • collaborating effectively with authors,
  • believing the power of process, and
  • balancing career development with job satisfaction (or better yet, maximizing both!).

About the Speaker

Tom Moss Gamblin has been an active math and science editor for the better part of three decades. After completing his doctorate in mathematics at the University of Cambridge, Tom began his career at Cambridge University Press. He moved to Toronto in 1999 to work at McGraw-Hill Ryerson. In 2005, Tom transitioned to freelance status, and since then has worked on a wide variety of college and university publications, focusing on math and finance, but with occasional excursions into philosophy, neural net processing, and literature. In his spare time, Tom enjoys choral singing, French cuisine, and travel.

Date: Wednesday, January 31, 7:00–8:30 pm

Location: Zoom video conference

Branch/twig: Toronto

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