[ESIP-all] Fw: Call for Peer Reviewers for NASA Global Climate Change Education
tamara_ledley at terc.edu
Tue Sep 16 13:44:09 EDT 2008
NASA is trying to find reviewers for the Climate Change Education NRA.
As they got 275 Notices of Intent you can imagine this might be
difficult. If you are not submitting or part of a proposal to this NRA
please consider being a reviewer. See Diane Clayton's email below for
Tamara Shapiro Ledley, PhD
Senior Scientist, TERC
2067 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02140
phone: 617-873-9658; fax: 617-349-3535
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Diane Clayton <diane.clayton-1 at mail.nasa.gov>
09/16/2008 10:13 AM
<Tamara_Ledley at terc.edu>
Call for Peer Reviewers for NASA Global Climate Change Education
To: NASA Peer Review Candidates
From: Diane Clayton, NASA Global Climate Change Education
Tamra Ross, NASA Research and Education Support
Subject: Availability for NASA Global Climate Change Education
Online Peer Review
NOTE: This email is for information gathering purposes. Willingness to
participate in the peer review process does not guarantee a proposal will
be assigned. The number of available qualified reviewers may exceed the
number of reviewers needed.
NASA Research and Education Support Services (NRESS) is seeking persons
willing to serve as online reviewers for the Global Climate Change
Education (GCCE) NASA Research Announcement (NRA) NNH08ZNE005N. Peer
review is a critical component of the decision-making process for awarding
projects under this NRA. It assists in identifying high-quality projects
by engaging individuals with different backgrounds, perspectives and areas
of expertise in the review process.
The GCCE NRA is designed to improve the quality of global climate change
and Earth system science education at the elementary, secondary, and
undergraduate levels. Each funded proposal is expected to take advantage
of NASA’s unique contributions in climate science to enhance students’
academic experiences and/or to improve educators’ abilities to engage and
stimulate their students.
Detailed information regarding proposal requirements and evaluation
criteria are contained in the NRA. This document can be viewed through the
NASA Solicitation and Proposal Integrated Review and Evaluation System
(NSPIRES) at http://nspires.nasaprs.com <http://nspires.nasaprs.com/> .
Select “Solicitations” and then “Open Solicitations”.
The online review period is scheduled for the November-December time frame
. Proposals will be approximately 15-20 pages in length. Non-civil
servants will receive an honorarium of $75 for each proposal fully
reviewed and submitted through NSPIRES by the close of the review period.
Please view the solicitation to determine your interest in serving as a
peer reviewer and respond to the following by return e-mail to
GCCEREVIEWERS9 at nasaprs.com
Position / Title:
Will you be serving as either a PI or Co-I on a proposal to be submitted
in response to the FY 2008 Global Climate Change Education NRA?
Are you interested in serving as an online peer reviewer for proposals
submitted under this NRA?
If yes, please indicate your area/s of expertise with respect to the three
funding categories for this NRA:
I. Improve K-12 teacher competency for global climate change education
II. Strengthen the teaching and learning about global climate change
within formal education systems
III. Provide opportunities for undergraduate students, pre-service
teachers, and/or in-service teachers to actively engage in global climate
change science research.
Please indicate the number of proposals you are willing to review:
Please respond to these questions no later than September 30, 2008.
Reviewer assignments will be made after the announcement closes on October
24, 2008. To facilitate the review process, if you are not already
registered, please register with NSPIRES. NSPIRES registration is required
to participate in the review process.
If you know of colleagues who may be interested in serving as reviewers,
please share this information and have them contact us.
Thank you for your prompt attention and response to this request.
Our apologies for any duplicate postings you may receive.
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