At the first meeting of the UKRI-EPSRC Council on 15 and 16 May 2018, the Council agreed that many of the major policies and plans set in motion by its predecessor, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), provided a valuable legacy and a useful starting point and benchmark for the new Council, as it considers how it can best contribute to the mission of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).
EPSRC Council consists of the Executive Chair and12 ordinary members. The Executive Chair is be responsible for the development and approval of the EPSRC Strategic Delivery Plan, and is responsible for delivery against the Plans. The Executive Chair leads the Council and is supported and challenged by the Council’s members. The 12 ordinary members are appointed by the Board, and the Executive Chair is be appointed by the Secretary of State.
Terms of Reference, Protocol, Membership, Declarations of interest, Meetings
Our Appointments Assurance Committee is a sub-committee of council and formed in January 2014.
Terms of Reference, Membership, Declarations of interest
The EPSRC is seeking applications from prominent industrialists, academics and individuals working in the third sector and government organisations to join EPSRC’s strategic advisory bodies.
Strategic Advisory Network membership, Strategic Advisory Teams (SAT) Membership Vacancies
The Strategic Advisory Network provides the EPSRC Executive with strategic advice to assist us to develop, implement and modify plans, and to make appropriate recommendations to our Council.
Terms of reference, Membership, Recruitment Process and Expectations of Members, Declarations of interest
The Governance Manual sets out our standards of governance, management and leadership.
Introduction, Our remit, Our Organisation, Our Plans and Monitoring, Accountability …