Information Sessions

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

Information Sessions with People, Talent & Culture

MARCH 13

Academic promotion – (part one) getting to know your data and (part two) building a case for teaching

Facilitators: Michael Crisp, Sheridan Gentili, Zoe Andriolo-Haas and Justene Knight
Target group: Academics (Levels A – D)
Date: Friday 13 March 2020
Time: 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Location: City West – Jeffrey Smart Building Room JS5-12 (level 5) and via live broadcast.

This workshop will be split into two parts and is set in a collaborative teaching space and we encourage you to bring along your own laptop or to join us from another location via live broadcast.

The first part will help you navigate around the components of your academic staff activity report (ASAR) and then look at where you can find other validated data to use when getting ready to prepare your application.

The  second part of the session will cover what you should be planning and thinking about prior to preparing and crafting the teaching components of a case for academic promotion.

This session will be recorded via live broadcast and made available on the website.

REGISTER HERE 

Two separate sessions are available for registration from the link above; face-to-face (F2F) and online (OL). 40 places available F2F and unlimited places available OL. 

MAY 
6

Applying for Academic Promotion - Q&A (3-part session)

Facilitators: Senior promotion panel, academic peers and executive officer
Target Group: 
Academics (Levels A - D)
Date: 
Wednesday 6 May 2020
Time: 11.00am - 3.00pm
Location: Bradley Forum, H5-02, Level 5 Hawke Building, City West Campus

A 3-part Q&A session to provide academics thinking about applying for promotion at UniSA with practical advice directly from peers, panel members and the executive officer.

In the first hour you will have the opportunity to ask questions about the process side of preparing a case for promotion from Justene Knight.

In the second hour a panel of peers who have applied for promotion in previous years will provide their top tips and answer your questions. This will be followed by a light lunch and an opportunity to network

The final part will give you the opportunity to hear from the Vice Chancellor and other senior members of promotion panels about what they want to see in a good application for academic promotion. There will also be an opportunity for you to directly ask them questions. 

This session will be recorded and made available on the website.

 REGISTER HERE

MAY 
12

Applying for Academic promotion - Applying for Levels B & C (Women's Development Program)

Facilitators: Justene Knight and academic peers
Target group: Academic women (Levels A – B)
Date: Tuesday 12 May 2020
Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm
Location: AU2-02 Training Room, 101 Currie Street

This workshop is part of UniSA’s SAGE commitment and is designed to support women applying for academic promotion to Levels B and C. This 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
13

Applying for Senior Academic promotion - Applying for Levels D & E (Women's Development Program)

Facilitators: Justene Knight and academic peers
Target group: Academic women (Levels C – D)
Date: Wednesday 13 May 2020
Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm
Location: AU2-02 Training Room, 101 Currie Street

This workshop is part of UniSA’s SAGE commitment and is designed to support women applying for senior academic promotion to Levels D and E. This 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 senior academic  application process.

 REGISTER HERE 

MAY
25

Academic Promotion – (part one) getting to know your data and (part two) preparing a teaching case for promotion

Facilitators: Michael Crisp, Sheridan Gentili, Zoe Andriolo-Haas and Justene Knight
Target group: Academics (Levels A – D)
Date: Monday 25 May 2020
Time: 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Location: City West, Jeffrey Smart Building, room JS3-13A/B (level 3) & via live broadcast.

This workshop will be split into two parts and is set in a collaborative teaching space to allow you to bring along your own laptop, use one of the computers in the room or to join us from another location via live broadcast.

This session will provide an opportunity to ask practical questions about how to use 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 and to understand the research data that forms parts of the ASAR.

For academics who are involved in teaching there will be a separate focus in the second half of the workshop on the data available when preparing,  crafting and finalising the teaching components of your application for promotion.

This session will be recorded and made available on the website.

 REGISTER HERE 

Two separate sessions are available for registration from the link above; face-to-face (F2F) and online (OL). 40 places available F2F and unlimited places available OL. 

JUN
2

Applying for Academic Promotion - hearing from peers

Facilitators: Academic peers
Target group: Academics (Levels A – D)
Date: Tuesday June 2 2020
Time: 9.00am - 11.00am
Location: AU2-02 Training Room, 101 Currie Street

This session will provide an opportunity to hear from a panel of peers who have applied for promotion in previous years who will provide their top tips and answer your questions. 

REGISTER HERE