International Space University (ISU) has named New Space their Official Journal. ISU develops the future leaders of the world space community by providing interdisciplinary educational programs to students and space professionals in an international environment. ISU is the sole university globally devoted entirely to space education and is recognized by other agencies and universities.
ISU President and Professor Pascale Ehrenfreund states:
“ISU is acutely aware of the importance of peer-reviewed publications for any academic institution and this new partnership with New Space, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers, will amplify the distribution and impact of research conducted by faculty and students in ISU’s cutting-edge Masters of Space Studies program.”
“I’m very excited about the agreement between New Space, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers, and the ISU,” says Editor-in-Chief Ken Davidian, PhD, Vice President, International Space University. “It brings together two meaningful and profound parts of my life. I’ve been associated with New Space for the past ten years and ISU for almost 35 years. This agreement is like creating a great room of synergistic activities by removing the separation between two important but disparate activities in my life.”
This partnership between ISU and New Space is one that will further the connections within the space research community and benefits all research experts within the field.
ISU community members who are interested to receive a complementary online subscription to the New Space journal should contact ISU VP North America, chief editor of the New Space journal.
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