The Arts and Humanities Research Council is seeking five individuals to join its advisory board in September.
Those selected will advise the AHRC council and executive on the development and implementation of the funder’s research and innovation strategy, the AHRC said on 9 April. They will also be expected to engage with the UK arts and humanities academics and act as a channel of communication between them and the leaders of the council.
Applications are encouraged from individuals from all career stages, with professional experience in research and innovation, including in higher education, industry and commerce, as well as in policy or civil society. The advisers will be appointed for a period of either two or three years, and will replace the current board members.