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The NCAR Director charges the Appointments Review Group (ARG) with conducting a review of level III and senior level scientific and research engineering candidates for promotion. Using a consistently applied, rigorous review of the individual accomplishments of the candidates within NCAR policy and procedures, the ARG makes recommendations for promotion to the NCAR Director.
The NCAR Directors' Committee is responsible for scientific advising and facilitating cross-curring science.
The mission of the Diversity Committee is to increase the diversity of the UCAR/NCAR/UCP staff and contribute to enhancing diversity in the geosciences.
The NCAR Executive Committee is responsible for strategic management and budgetary oversight, representing NCAR to the outside community, and facilitating cross-cutting science.
UCAR has established a Human Studies Committee (HSC) as its Institutional Review Board (IRB) to review, approve, authorize and act on behalf of UCAR in every manner required by the federal regulations, guidelines and procedures to protect the interests of human subjects.
A listing of advisory committees for NCAR's Laboratories and Observatory.
The goal of this project is to propose models to the President’s Council for implementing a long-term program of mentoring for all interested employees of UCAR.
The NCAR Advisory Council was established to provide an independent source of advice on the direction and content of the NCAR research program.
NCAR's strategic plan outlines the institutional imperatives that describe our fundamental ongoing responsibilities as a national center, as well as a set of frontiers from which we intend to build existing programs and research. The strategic planning council is comprised of representatives from labs and divisions.