Reviewer in Training program: Spring 2022 Participants
The Reviewer in Training (RiT) program offers Early Career Researchers (ECRs) a learning opportunity to gain a better understanding of the elements of high-quality review and the peer review process through direct participation in the Project Grant Program with the support of a Mentor. For more information on the RiT program and other capacity development programs, please visit the Reviewer Pathway.
Three hundred and fifty-eight (358) individuals applied to the Spring 2022 RiT program, of which one hundred and eighteen (118) individuals were selected to participate across fifty-nine (59) peer review committees (2 participants per committee).
Application pressure by committee
Each applicant may select up to two Project Grant Program committees in which they prefer to participate and for which they have the appropriate expertise to review. Successful applicants are chosen by random lottery, which we believe is a fair approach given the high demand to the program.
It is important to note that as grant application pressure rises in Project Grant Program committees, they may split in two or three, resulting in additional opportunities on these newly formed committees.
|Committee (split committee)||Applicants||Participants|
|BME (BME, BE2)||26||4|
|BSB (BSB, BS2)||37||4|
|CBT (CBT, C2)||21||4|
|CIA (CIA, CA2)||26||4|
|CIB (CIB, CB2)||12||4|
|CPT (CPT, CT2)||18||4|
|E||1||Committee Not HeldFootnote **|
|HS1 (HS1, HS2, HS3)||64||6|
|PH1 (PH1, PH2)||49||4|
|RC1 (RC1, RC2)||25||5|
In committees with more RiT opportunities than applicants, the unfilled opportunities were offered to applicants (through random draw) from other committees.
For additional application information on our past programs, please visit: Reviewer in Training Program: Fall 2021 Participants, Reviewer in Training program: Spring 2021 Participants, and Observer Program: participation from 2017 to 2020.
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