Posted on 1 November 2017
Reporting to the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Board, the Council will work with Research England Executive Chair David Sweeney to deliver the new organisation's remit to create and sustain the conditions for a healthy and dynamic research and knowledge exchange system in English universities.
The board consists of 11 members and will have an important role in shaping the strategic direction and priorities for Research England. All members will take up their positions from Sunday 1 April 2018. Read full details about the Research England Council.