The Arts and Humanities Research Council’s (AHRC) Peer Review College Handbook offers new and existing members guidance and essential information on all aspects of membership.
The handbook is constantly updated so always refer to the last updated version.
The peer review college forms a crucial part of the peer review process and has a vital role in ensuring that AHRC supports research of the highest quality.
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AHRC responsive mode Je-S application forms
- AHRC blank Je-S research grant application form
- AHRC blank research development fellowships application form
- AHRC bank Je-S research networking application form
- AHRC blank Je-S follow-on funding application form.
AHRC responsive mode Je-S review forms
- AHRC blank Je-S research grant review form
- AHRC blank research development fellowships review form
- AHRC blank Je-S research networking review form
- AHRC blank Je-S follow-on funding review form.
The following forms can be used for claiming expenses for your work as a peer review college member:
- risk assessment for use of private vehicle – this form is to be completed and returned to AHRC before each use of a private vehicle on AHRC business
- travel and subsistence – UK bank account holder expenses claim form for non-employees – this form accompanies the travel and subsistence policy for non-employees
- travel and subsistence – non-UK bank account holder expenses claim form for non-employees – this form accompanies the travel and subsistence policy for non-employees
- travel and subsistence – policy for non-employees – the purpose of this policy is to ensure that AHRC’s travel and accommodation needs are met in a consistent way.
Please ensure that all sections of the expenses claim form and your signature are completed before sending it to email@example.com so that the team can process your claim as quickly as possible. If you are only claiming for panel fees, there is no need to fill out the ‘details of business expenses’ section.
The following standards are relevant to your role as a college member:
- UKRI counter fraud and bribery policy – AHRC is committed to the practice of responsible corporate behaviour and to complying with all laws, regulations and other requirements that govern the conduct of our operations
- code of practice – this code is intended as a guide to all members of AHRC’s council, committees, peer review college and other advisory groups, and sets out how AHRC conducts its business and guides members in their duties
- standards of service – this guide is intended to list the standards of service expected from college members.
Peer review principles
The UKRI principles of assessment and decision making explains eight core principles in detail and how they may impact you when assessing proposals in the form of reviewing and panel attendance. They outline UKRI’s expectations and ambition for assessment processes and provide transparency to its commitment to robust decision-making.
Last updated: 28 February 2022