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Frequently Requested Records

FOIA Reading Room, Frequently Requested Records
FOIA Reading Room, Frequently Requested Records
FOIA Reading Room, Frequently Requested Records
Standard Due Dates
How and why to become a grant reviewer

Volunteering to be a peer-reviewer can be an invaluable experience!

  • Review proposals in agencies where you hope to receive funding
  • Discover what works and what does not
  • Learn how other reviewers evaluate proposals
  • Understand the expectations of different agencies

Many agencies will even let you become a reviewer before you have received funding from that agency.

http://thefergusongroup.typepad.com/grants/2013/06/federal-agencies-want-you-to-be-grant-reviewer.html

http://www.xavier.edu/grant-services/documents/becomeagrantreviewer.pdf

http://grants.nih.gov/grants/peer/becoming_peer_reviewer.htm

https://www.nsf.gov/bfa/dias/policy/merit_review/reviewer.jsp

https://www.hhmi.org/sites/default/files/Educational%20Materials/Lab%20Management/study_section.pdf

https://fitw.grads360.org/#communities/pdc/documents/7815.

Video on what a peer review looks like:

NIH Peer Review Revealed Provides a front-row seat to a review peer review meeting.

Miscellaneous Resources
NSF CAREER Toolkit

The NSF CAREER Toolkit centralizes all OPD resources on the NSF CAREER program.