For Researchers: Letters From SARA
Feb 11, 2013
Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute Solicitation update, FAQ, Pre-proposal Videocon and volunteer review form.
Jul 13, 2012
Letter from SARA: China FAQ and new volunteer reviewer form.
Feb 22, 2012
A summary of our big omnibus solicitation Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) for 2012.
Nov 4, 2011
Requests for information about increasing public access to results of federally funded research.
Feb 7, 2011
This letter is an update on our upcoming big omnibus solicitation Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) for 2011.
Jul 29, 2010
Starting mid August please omit NASA civil servant salary costs from the NSPIRES cover page budgets.
Jun 22, 2010
Change in peer review contractor, NSPIRES and help desk down times during the move.
Apr 14, 2010
The subject of today’s letter is congressional interest in funds on NASA grants, and what this may mean for you.
Feb 22, 2010
Topics: ROSES 2010 was released, differences between ROSES 2009 and ROSES 2010, Program Officer updates and the latest grant statistics.
Dec 10, 2009
Topics: several new amendments were posted, grant solicitations have been posted, grant stats have been updated and the final report by the NRC R&A has been released.
Sep 28, 2009
Topics: 1) call for suggested changes to ROSES and the guidebook for 2010 and 2) selections were made faster under ROSES 2008 than in previous years.
Jul 28, 2009
Topics: upcoming changes to NSPIRES, program officer contact information, grant statistics and grant solicitations.
May 22, 2009
Topics: A call for the Planetary Photogrammetry Guest Facility, the community announcement foretelling a Discovery Program Draft AO in June, budget details for grants, SMD guidelines under which program officers may sponsor conferences.
Apr 13, 2009
In this email I tell you 1) the big thing to watch out for in ROSES 09, 2) warn that submissions through grants.gov may not be possible, 3) give the latest on NASA spending on conferences, 4) invite you to provide input to an SSB NRC study, and 5) highlight a call for scientists to participate in... Read More