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Teaching-based promotions - a SLMS event on 9 July

26 June 2014

Hear from UCL colleagues who have been promoted based on their teaching practice 

promotion event 9 july

The issue of teaching-based promotion comes under the microscope at this SLMS event on Wednesday 9 July.

While research excellence is one well-trodden route to senior positions, UCL academic staff may also apply for promotion to Senior Lecturer, Principal Teaching Fellow and Professor on the basis of teaching achievement.

Attendees at this session will have the chance to:

  • Hear from colleagues who have been promoted
  • Find out about evidence that can be used in an application
  • See and discuss a successful application form
  • Ask questions about research-based promotions.

Speakers and Q&A panel members will include Vice-Provost (Education) Professor Anthony Smith, and Professor Peter Delves and Principal Teaching Fellow Carol Sacchett, UCL Brain Sciences.


Wednesday 9 July, 2-3:30pm


131 A V Hill lecture theatre, Medical Sciences, Gower Street WC1E 6BT

To book your place, visit Eventbrite. For more information, get in touch with Natasa Perovic, E-Learning Environments

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