Academic promotions – information sessions

A number of sessions are being offered in May to support staff applying for academic promotion and to assist supervisors on how they can best support their staff when applying for academic promotion.

Preparing for academic promotions for applicants

These sessions are for academic staff who are considering applying for promotion in the 2020 round, or in the near future.  The session includes:

  • an overview of the promotions process, including the key changes from the previous promotion round
  • a Q&A session where your questions can be answered.

Please register your attendance viaStaff Connectby searching for the course code.

Session details
Campus Date/Time Staff Connect Code
All campuses (MS Teams) Tuesday, 26 May: 1pm – 2pm 12088
All campuses (MS Teams)
Friday, 29 May: 12noon – 1pm
12088

Evidencing scholarship of teaching for promotion

Professor Meg Stuart, Acting Deputy Provost will discuss with applicants how to best use their scholarship of teaching evidence to build a strong case as part of an application and case for promotion.

Please register your attendance viaStaff Connectby searching for the course code.

Session details
Campus Date/Time Staff Connect Code
All campuses (MS Teams)
Thursday, 28 May: 1pm - 2pm
12090

Evidencing research for promotion

Professor James McLaren, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) will discuss with applicants how to best use their research evidence to build a strong case as part of an application and case for promotion.

Please register your attendance viaStaff Connectby searching for the course code.

Session details
Campus Date/Time Staff Connect Code
All campuses (MS Teams) Wednesday, 27 May: 1.30pm – 2.30pm
12091

Preparing and supporting your staff for academic promotion – supervisor information session

This session is specifically tailored to provide academic supervisors with guidance on preparing and effectively supporting academic staff who are considering applying for promotion.  The session includes:

  • an overview of the promotions process, including key changes from the previous promotion round;
  • a presentation by the Chair, Academic Promotions Committee about the Committee’s expectations for the Application and Case for Promotion Form; and
  • a Q&A session where your questions can be answered.

Please register your attendance viaStaff Connectby searching for the course code.

Session details
Campus Date/Time Staff Connect Code
All campuses (MS Teams)
Tuesday, 26 May: 2.30pm – 3.30pm
12089
All campuses (MS Teams) 
Friday, 29 May: 1.30pm –2.30pm
12089

Further information

For more information about academic promotions, clickhere.

For more information on registering for courses via Staff Connect please consult theStaff Connect user guide.

If you have any questions about the information sessions please contactService Central.


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