Introduction to the Peer Review College
This short film is a guide to the AHRC Peer Review College and its development with AHRC Director of Research Mark Llewellyn, and members of the Peer Review College.
Peer Review is a tried and tested system used by the seven UK research councils and other funding bodies. Peer reviewers are experts drawn from academic and other organisations, covering the full range of arts and humanities research areas, who review and grade proposals for funding.
The profile of the Peer Review College is intended to reflect the breadth of disciplines and subjects within the AHRC’s subject domain.
Professor Mark Llewellyn, AHRC Director of Research, says. ‘Peer reviewers make a vital contribution to the AHRC’s decision making, and perform a very important role within the research community as a whole.’