The ASNT Publications Department is seeking volunteer subject matter experts to assist staff and various Society committees in the peer review of its educational publications and related content.
ASNT membership, committee involvement, or ASNT certification, while encouraged, is not required to participate in the peer review process.
As a peer reviewer, you would use your expertise to
Becoming a peer reviewer is an excellent way to contribute to the NDT profession while at the same time earning points toward the renewal of your ASNT certification.
Current ACCP Level II, ACCP Professional Level III, and ASNT NDT Level III certification holders can earn recertification credits for their publications activities as listed below. Participants are responsible for documenting their activity.
|Author or revise one full Study Guide, Q&A Book, PTP book, etc.||3 points|
|Full publication review as assigned by Publications Department||3 points|
|Partial publication review as assigned by Publications Department||1 point|
For more information on becoming a peer reviewer, contact the editors below:
Reviewers should hold a postdoctoral degree in a related field and have recently published works in NDE. Questions and CVs should be directed to the Editor-in-Chief.
Please go to https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/urnd and create an account. During that process be sure to include keywords which indicate your areas of expertise. This will enable the Associate Technical Editors to identify you as a possible reviewer for RNDE.
Haley Cowans, Educational Materials Editor
Cindi Leeman, Educational Materials Supervisor
Educational books, including study guides, question and answer books, and classroom training materials (all methods)
Karen Balkin, NDT Handbook Editor
Nondestructive Testing Handbooks