From my perspective, one of the largest accomplishments of my tenure over the past three years is the growth of the journal. When I talk of growth, I not only mean the number of submissions and articles published, but also in terms of maturity. Granted, we are a small journal and the overall number of submissions to JEEG relative to other journals is quite low, but the number of submissions has increased every year and with this comes higher quality. We reject roughly 40% of articles now due to being low a quality submission relative to all of the other...

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