Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program: Peer Review (2019)


Thank you for your interest in joining a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program Peer Review committee. These passionate, dedicated reviewers are vital in the review and selection process. The Institute of International Education (IIE) organizes committees based on discipline expertise and world region experience.

For applications submitted for the 2020-21 competition, the majority of applications will undergo peer review starting in mid-late October through late November 2019. The peer review team will confirm receipt of your information and will update you during the confirmation process (summer 2019 for the fall 2019 review cycle). Note: Prospective reviewers should reside in the U.S.

Please complete this short survey and email your current CV/resume to PeerReview@iie.org (if you have not done so already).

Personal Information
Please confirm your interest and availability.

Please complete the questions below.

Institutional (Employer) Information
Note: Prospective reviewers should reside in the U.S.
Professional Discipline
Have you ever received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant?
(This includes all programs within the U.S. Scholar program, including the Fulbright Arctic Program, German Studies Seminar, International Education Administrator Seminars, NEXUS, and New Century Scholars.)
If you have received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant, please list your grant information below, starting with the most recent if you have received more than one. If you received a multi-country grant, select "multi-country" in country drop-down list; do not list each country separately.

The peer review process is managed by IIE on behalf of the U.S. Department of State. After you submit this form and email your current CV/resume, the peer review team at IIE will be in touch. The team can be reached at PeerReview@iie.org.

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