SEEKING PEER REVIEWERS
The Native Hawaiian Education program is seeking qualified applicants to serve as peer reviewers for the FY 2012 grant competition. Applicants should be highly qualified in areas pertinent to the program and have a background in one or more of the following:
- Native Hawaiian Language and Culture
- Multi-cultural/Culturally Responsive Education
- Indian Education
- Postsecondary Education
- Elementary and/or Secondary Education
- Special Education
- The needs of at-risk children and youth
- Early Childhood Education
Interested applicants should contact the program office and submit a current resume that includes:
- Full Name
- Education (Please list all college degrees, including dates of degrees, institution, and major)
- All professional position titles, descriptions, and dates in chronological order beginning with, or going back to, your first position after receiving your B.A. or B.S.
- A detailed description of your current organizational affiliation, and position title
- Telephone numbers (work, home, or mobile)
- Home and work mailing addresses
- Preferred E-mail address
If interested, resumes should be submitted by e-mail in word format to NHEPeerReview@ed.gov by March 31, 2012. Please include “2012 NHEP Reviewer: in the subject line.
The Department of Education uses a panel of experts to evaluate each application submitted under this program. Each panel consists of three experts and includes persons who are not employees of the federal government. However, a reviewer cannot participate in the review process if a conflict of interest exists because:
- The reviewer has agreed to serve as an employee or consultant on a project for which funding is being sought in an application under review, or has been offered the opportunity to do so and has not yet accepted or declined, based on whether a grant is awarded;
- The reviewer’s personal financial interests will be affected by the outcome of the competition;
- The reviewer helped prepare an application in the competition, even if the reviewer has no financial interest in the outcome of that application; or
- The reviewer has a relationship with an entity or individual that has a financial interest in the outcome of the competition..
Thank you for your interest in the Native Hawaiian Education Program.
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