2023 Conference Proposal Reviewers Needed
NCFR members are sought to serve as conference proposal reviewers for 2023. A high number of proposals is expected, and to ensure a high-quality program, all proposals will be blind-reviewed. Reviewers are also needed for the TCRM Workshop. Serving as a proposal reviewer is a benefit of NCFR membership.
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NCFR strongly values inclusiveness and diversity at all levels within the organization. Conference proposal reviewers from diverse and/or marginalized populations are essential to ensure high-quality proposal reviews and the selection of high-quality conference presentations that reflect the diversity of families around the globe.
The full details:
- Reviewers must be NCFR members.
- Faculty, researchers, doctoral students, and new professionals are welcome to volunteer.
- Reviews must be completed between March 14-30, 2023
- Reviewers will be asked to select their areas of expertise. The proposals will be assigned to match this area of expertise with the keywords that authors selected when they submitted their proposals. Reviewers should allow sufficient time to complete all reviews in this tight two-week window.
- NCFR will assign no more than five proposals for each section reviewers sign up for (a maximum of two sections).
- Each proposal takes approximately 45 minutes (or a total of 3.5 to 4 hours for five proposals) to read through and score online.
- In addition to reviewing 1-2 sections, please also consider reviewing additional proposals for TCRM, the Theory Construction and Research Methodology Preconference Workshop. You may sign up to review TCRM proposals using this form too.
- Assigned reviewers will be notified on March 14, 2023 by email from Oxford Abstracts (Set the email addresses [email protected] and [email protected] as safe senders). At that time a file with explicit instructions for reviewing will be attached to the email.
The deadline to sign up as a reviewer is March 1, 2023, at 11:59 pm PST.