We have devised a multi-step review process that includes both written reviews from campus faculty and permanent PIs and assessment by a faculty committee, the UW2020 Council.
- Proposals are initially reviewed by members of the respective divisional UW2020 subcommittees. Based on these reviews, the subcommittee will determine which proposals will be sent to two faculty members or permanent PIs with either content or methodological expertise for independent reviews.
- The respective divisional UW2020 subcommittees will reconvene and prioritize the proposals based on the written reviews and the committee’s evaluation of the proposals. Proposals that are prioritized in approximately the top 25% will be forwarded to the UW2020 Council.
- The UW2020 Research Council will discuss the top half of the proposals identified by the divisional subcommittees. The UW2020 Council will formulate recommendations for funding to the VCRGE.
Questions about the review process should be directed to your divisional Associate VCR.
The UW2020 Council members & subcommittees
Marsha Mailick, VCRGE, Council Chair
Physical Sciences Subcommittee
Steve Ackerman, Chair, Atmospheric & Oceanic Studies and office of VCRGE
Nick Abbott, Chemical and Biological Engineering
Susan Coppersmith, Physics
James Schauer, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Eric Wilcots, Astronomy, Associate Dean College of Letters and Science
Biological Sciences Subcommittee
Norman Drinkwater, Chair, Oncology and office of the VCRGE
Andrew Bent, Plant Pathology
Elizabeth Craig, Biochemistry
Tim Kamp, Cardiology
Jane Mahoney, Medicine
Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences Subcommittee1
Jan Greenberg, Co-Chair, Social Work and office of the VCRGE
Lea Jacobs, Co-Chair, Communication Arts and office of the VCRGE
Ullrich Langer, French
Jack Porter, Economics
John Zumbrunnen, Political Science
1 The Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences Divisions were combined because of the limited number of applications from these divisions. Separate committees will be formed in future rounds of the UW2020 initiative if a greater number of applications are received from these divisions.