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NASA’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD) Is Seeking Earth and Space Science Volunteer Reviewers

By SpaceRef Editor
January 22, 2020
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The NASA’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD) seeks subject matter experts (SMEs) to serve as reviewers of proposals submitted to our annual Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) Solicitation. New researchers, including post-doctoral fellows and sometimes upper level graduate students are welcome to volunteer.


Qualified SMEs may, and are encouraged, to volunteer to one or more program’s panel reviewer call. If you volunteered in a prior year and were not invited or were invited but not available, please complete a new form(s). If your expertise matches our program needs and there are not too many organizational conflicts of interest, then SMD will contact you to discuss potential review assignments.


The links connect to recently posted volunteer-to-review forms that ask for your contact information and the topics in which you consider yourself to be a subject matter expert. 


·        Akatsuki Participating Scientist Program (ROSES C.25)


In addition, these previously advertised forms remain open, and if you volunteered for any of the following in 2019, there is no need to do so again:


·         The Physical Oceanography Program (PO)


The main landing page for all SMD volunteer reviewer forms is always:  This is updated a few times a year. 


SpaceRef staff editor.