The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Implementation Office (ROSES A.40)

The Earth Science Division (ESD) of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD) is seeking reviewers for Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES)-2023 program element entitled: A.40 The GLOBE Implementation Office. Volunteering to be a reviewer does not commit you to serve, nor is NASA obligated to invite you.

Reviewers provide both expert input to NASA ESD and constructive comments to proposers. ESD seeks diverse reviewers with knowledge in one or more of the listed topics below. You can also suggest potential reviewers (other than yourself) in the comment box at the end of this form.

Appendix E in the NASA Proposer’s Guide provides a list of relationships and affiliations that would results in a person having disqualifying conflict of interest or appearance of a conflict of interest to serve as a reviewer. Volunteers should use the comment box at the end of this form to tell NASA about anything that might be conflict of interest. 

There are no citizenship requirement for GLOBE reviewers.

Here is how to volunteer: Items with an asterisk* require a response. Otherwise just click the buttons or check the boxes.

In the overall comments box at the end of this form note any additional information about the following:

  1. potential conflicts of interest that you may have beyond your listed institutional employer/affiliation.
  2. suggestions for potential reviewers other than yourself (name, position, affiliation, contact information) and why you are suggesting this person
  3. your connection to the GLOBE Program (if any) or how you heard about the GLOBE Program; note that NASA seeks reviewers with a wide range of expertise, you need not have expert knowledge about GLOBE to be a reviewer.

Please email questions and comments about reviewing for GLOBE, the A.40 solicitation, etc. to

Thank you!