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Promotion is an opportunity to be recognised for your work in teaching, learning, and research. It's an opportunity to reflect on your teaching and leadership in your discipline, school and faculty.
DLT supports the preparation of your promotion application, mainly through our peer review program.
Charles Sturt's promotion policies are designed to reward academic achievement, provide career progression and support academic quality. The promotion process is equitable, practical and culturally safe for Indigenous Australian applicants. It aspires to acknowledge the diverse experiences and circumstances of our academic staff, and to allow for this diversity in the assessment of applications.
Promotion processes are managed by the Division of People and Culture and supported by DLT.
Applicants prepare an application that is evidence-based. It describes their career activity and achievements in teaching, research, professional engagement and academic citizenship. A 'peer review of teaching' report is required with each application if you engage in academic teaching activity.
The scope of academic teaching activity includes:
A peer review can also include educational leadership of:
There are a range of learning and teaching activities that can form evidence in your application. These include:
For advice and support in preparing your application, contact the Academic Development team email@example.com.
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