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The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) are seeking nominations for new members to be appointed to its Peer Review College (PRC) who would be able to assess proposals submitted under AHRC’s research themes. In parallel we wish to increase the capacity of the College in specific research areas.See more details >
The Research Excellence Framework panel membership for 2014 has been formally announced. In addition, the AAH are pleased to be able to make slides available from Paul Greenhalgh's address to the AAH REF forum, 30/03/2011See more details >
The AAH is one of many nominating bodies for the 2014 REF panel Art and Design: History, Practice and Theory.See more details >
Consultancy Bulletin Academic are releasing a number of documents and studies on the Impact Agenda for the forthcoming REF exercise.See more details >
We reproduce below a report from Professor James Ladyman (University of Bristol) on a recent meeting with David Willetts, Minister of State for Universities and Science, regarding the UK's research councils.See more details >
Friday 11 June 2010
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Notes from a one day conference 25 June 2010
organised by King’s College London and supported by HEFCE
Many thanks to Peter Stewart, former Chair of the Learning, Teaching and Research group, for organising this well-attended forum.
The forum updated participants on the current situation, and raised a range of questions and concerns.See more details >
HEFCE and its equivalent UK funding bodies today announced the outcome of their consultation on the REF conducted last autumn, to which the Association of Art Historians submitted a formal responseSee more details >