ICTS Bengaluru will host a program on first- and last-passage percolation and other growth/polymer models from July 11 through July 29, 2022. First-passage percolation is a model in the KPZ universality class describing random growth, with relationships to disparate fields such as random matrix theory, number theory and representation theory. This workshop will primarily focus on general techniques beyond integrable probability or exact solvability. The first week of the program will consist of mini-courses giving a broad overview of the topics; these are intended primarily for graduate students, postdocs, and others new to the field. The other two weeks will be devoted to a program of research talks, problem sessions, and other research activities loosely built on the AIM model. A main goal is to build new collaborations among the participants to accelerate progress on challenging open problems. Applications may be submitted through the program website at https://fpp2022.org The program is currently planned to run in a largely in-person modality. India, and Bengaluru in particular, have made great strides towards normality in these later days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Applications received before *Mar 31* will receive full consideration for travel support, and room and board. All those selected to participate will receive support for expenses while in Bengaluru (room / board and transportation to and from the airport). We have international travel support from the NSF for participants from US universities. We especially encourage applications from junior participants (students, postdocs, new faculty), women, and members of underrepresented groups.