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Promotion to Principal Lecturer Student Experience is based on an outstanding contribution to teaching and learning and will normally reflect progression towards the professorial grade via the teaching and learning pathway. Candidates are expected to have led excellent or innovative practices that have made a substantial contribution to the student learning experience within their field of work or professional practice. They will have developing recognition for impact in terms of reach and significance beyond their department or discipline.
Applications are considered by the Senior Academic Promotions Committee.
It should be noted that there is no longer a workload allocation automatically linked to this promotion. As with promotion to Readership, the promotion (to Grade 12) is purely a recognition of the valuable contribution made by an individual with respect to the student experience. It should be noted too that this promotion is distinct from that of ‘Principal Lecturer’ which relates more to academic leadership and management at a programme level.
In determining whether the criteria are met, the panel will look for evidence of the impact of your contribution, which could include:
Candidates are required to provide: