CEDAR email: Membership Call for LWS Program Analysis Group (LPAG)
Morrill, Jeff S. (HQ-DJ000)
jeff.s.morrill at nasa.gov
Wed Oct 25 09:42:25 MDT 2017
Call for Membership in the Living With a Star Program Analysis Group (LPAG)
We are writing to enlist your help in finding well qualified candidates for the Executive Committee of the Living with a Star Program Analysis Group (LPAG), formerly the LWS TR&T Steering Committee. As with its predecessor, the LPAG performs a vital role by providing an opportunity for the Heliophysics Community to comment on the LWS program. This includes, but is not limited to, discussions of future Focused Science Topics (FST), examining progress in meeting science goals and objectives, as well as how well results from the program are transferred into societal benefits. A description of the LPAG can be found on the LWS web site (https://lwstrt.gsfc.nasa.gov/images/pdf/LPAG_TOR_2017_Final_Signed.pdf).
We are currently seeking members from all areas of the Heliophysics community with a solid understanding of the scientific basis of Heliophysics system science. Highly qualified candidates from all career stages, including early career, will be considered. Membership in the LPAG will nominally be three years. This initial call for membership, however, will range from one to three years in order to establish a rotation whereby one third of the members will be replaced each year. Additional information can be found on the new LWS website at:
You can become a candidate for the LPAG by replying to the email addresses below. Please include in your submission a brief summary of the contributions you would make to the committee and your qualifications for doing so, as well as a single-page vitae. This submission must be limited to a two-page PDF file. Nominations will only be accepted for scientists who reside at a U.S. Institution for the period of service. There is no restriction on citizenship. We will accept submissions until the close of business on 11/22/17. Please feel free to share this letter with anyone you think would be interested.
Thank you for your consideration and assistance.
LWS Program Scientist
jeff.s.morrill at nasa.gov<mailto:jeff.s.morrill at nasa.gov>
LWS Science Lead
janet.kozyra at nasa.gov<mailto:janet.kozyra at nasa.gov>
Dr. Jeff Morrill
Science Mission Directorate
Email: jeff.s.morrill at nasa.gov<mailto:jeff.s.morrill at nasa.gov>
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