Applications for the 2020 Academic Promotions round will open on Wednesday 29 July.
A webinar for potential Academic Promotions applicants will be held on Friday 26 June, 11am – 12pm via BB-Collaborate
Please register your attendance for the webinar here: https://2020-academic-promotions-webinar.eventbrite.com.au
We encourage questions to be submitted prior to ensure we are able to respond accordingly and capture all relevant information. Please forward your questions to email@example.com by COB Tuesday 23 June.
This webinar has been designed to provide you with valuable information regarding the process of applying for Academic Promotion in 2020. Hosted by Professor Liz Johnson (Deputy Vice Chancellor, Education) and Professor Mark Rose, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous Strategy and Innovation, the webinar will outline the promotion process, address topics such as the meeting with the promotions committee, and provide guidance on how to develop your applications including evidencing your teaching.
If you are considering applying for academic promotions this year you are encouraged to attend.
Policy and Procedures:
Guidelines, minimum standards and tips for success:
- 2020 Academic Promotions Guidelines
- 2020 FAQs and answers
- Minimum Standards and Typical Duties for Academic Levels
If you are interested in applying for academic promotions, the following checklist provides a starting point of actions to consider:
- I have read the information on the Academic Promotions webpages and guidelines.
- I am familiar with the Minimum Standards and Typical Duties document as a baseline document.
- I have made a time to meet with my Head of School or equivalent to discuss my intent to apply.
- I am collating examples to demonstrate my evidence at my current level relative to opportunity.
- I am updating my list of publications and grants via Elements ensuring I can provide a current and accurate report with my application (How to use Elements)
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