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Peer Review College Membership

The AHRC's Peer Review College has around 970 members from higher education institutions and independent research organisations in the United Kingdom and overseas, and from outside academia.

2021 Recruitment

AHRC is committed to promoting the values of equality of opportunity, diversity, and inclusivity. Earlier in 2021, we launched an EDI statement and action plan with a commitment to ensure that EDI is embedded both at all levels of our organisation and in the portfolio of research that we fund and support.

We are now inviting applications to join our Peer Review College, with a key objective to further diversity our membership and cement plurality of voices in our decision-making processes.

Applications are invited from eligible individuals at all career stages, including ECRs, who can demonstrate that they meet the essential criteria for College membership (see Appendix A, Call document), and must be submitted by the deadline of 4pm on Thursday 25th November 2021.

Applications should be submitted via the Survey Monkey application form for this recruitment: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/AHRCPeerReviewCollegeApplicationForm2021.

Further information:

Our Peer Review College membership visualisation (below) is updated regularly.

This short film shows footage from one of our Peer Review Induction Session from April 2018. It includes first-hand testimonials from our College Members about their experiences of being on the College, and what being a College Member means to them.

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Peer Review College Membership visualisation

How to use the interactive visualisation: The interactive maps and tables on the visualisation have a selection of views. Users can change these views by selecting a College type to update the maps, or select a Research Organisation to filter the whole dashboard.

Users can also:

  • Hover over points or segments of the visualisation to bring up more information in a legend
  • Export underlying data tables for their own analysis
  • Share the visualisation with others.