Information Sessions

To support academics applying for promotion a range of information sessions and support will again be available for the 2020 round of academic promotion. We will let all academic staff know what is available as soon as we can and in the meantime feel free to have a look at the podcast page and the FAQ page and FAQ videos or to contact Justene Knight.

For further information, please contact Justene Knight, Senior People, Talent and Culture (PTC) Consultant, on (08) 8302 1729 or email UniSA-AcademicPromotion@unisa.edu.au

In order to support academics wanting to apply for promotion, the following sessions were held in 2019. Dates for 2020 TBA. 

Information Sessions with People, Talent & Culture

APRIL
30

Applying for Academic Promotion - Q&A with Senior Management Group (SMG) and People, Talent & Culture

Facilitator: Senior Promotion panel and Justene Knight (executive officer)
Target Group: 
Academics (levels B - D)
Date: Tuesday 30 April
Time: 1.30pm - 3.30pm
Location: Bradley Forum, H5-02, Level 5 Hawke Building, City West Campus

A two-hour interactive workshop to provide academics at any level thinking about applying for promotion at UniSA with practical advice directly from panel members.

In the first hour you will have the opportunity to hear from members of the promotion panel about what they want to see in a good application for academic promotion. There will also be an opportunity for participants to directly ask the panel questions. 

REGISTER HERE 

MAY 
2

Applying for Academic promotion (Focus on Applying for Levels B & C)

Facilitator: Justene Knight
Target group: Academic women (Levels A – B)
Date: Thursday 2 May
Time: 1.30pm – 3.30pm
Location: AU2-02 Training Room, 101 Currie Street

This workshop is designed to support women applying for academic promotion to Levels B and C. This two-hour information session will provide an opportunity to ask practical questions about applying for promotion and to hear tips from colleagues who have been successful at navigating the application process.

 REGISTER HERE

MAY 
9

Applying for Senior Academic promotion (Focus on Applying for Levels D & E)

Facilitator: Justene Knight
Target group: Academic women (Levels C – D)
Date: Thursday 9 May
Time: 9.30am – 11.30am
Location: AU2-02 Training Room, 101 Currie Street

This workshop is designed to support women applying for senior academic promotion to Levels D and E. This two-hour information session will provide an opportunity to ask practical questions about applying for promotion and to hear tips from colleagues who have been successful at navigating the application process.

 REGISTER HERE 

MAY
10

Academic Promotion - understanding and using your data & academic staff activity report (ASA) - Mawson Lakes session

Facilitators: Sue Mikilewicz, Sheridan Gentili, Cathy Mahar and Justene Knight
Target group: Academics (Levels A – D)
Date: Friday 10 May 2019
Time: 9.00am – 11.30am
Location: Mawson Lakes - Library (building C) Room C3-03 (level 3)

This hands-on workshop is set in a computer pool and is designed to support academics applying for academic promotion. This session will provide an opportunity to ask practical questions about how to use data (including teaching and research data) to support your case for promotion. You will also have a chance to review and ask questions about all aspects of your academic staff activity report (ASA).

 REGISTER HERE 

MAY
13

Academic Promotion - understanding and using your data & academic staff activity report (ASA) - City West session

Facilitators: Sue Mikilewicz, Sheridan Gentili, Cathy Mahar and Justene Knight
Target group: Academics (Levels A – D)
Date: Monday 13 May 2019
Time: 1.00pm – 3.30pm
Location: City West - Library (Jeffrey Smart building). Room JS6-17 (level 6).

This hands-on workshop is set in a computer pool and is designed to support academics applying for academic promotion. This session will provide an opportunity to ask practical questions about how to use data (including teaching and research data) to support your case for promotion. You will also have a chance to review and ask questions about all aspects of your academic staff activity report (ASA)

 REGISTER HERE