Policy: Academic promotion
To outline the standards which underpin academic promotions at ANU.
This policy sets out principles designed to support the holistic recognition of academic staff achievements in research/creative activity, education, service and leadership.
This policy applies to academic staff, excluding honorary conjoint appointment staff.
- Academic promotion at ANU is:
- Based upon merit, as demonstrated through a transparent and rigorous process;
- Consistent with the recognition of equal opportunity, providing applicants with the chance to outline achievements relative to their particular circumstances;
- Focused on the holistic recognition of the quality, productivity and impact of staff achievements in research/creative activity, education, service and leadership, aligned with ANU values as demonstrated through various forms of evidence; and
- Not subject to quota.
- The Academic Promotions policy and procedure is aligned with the University’s strategic plan, which includes all staff demonstrating the following values:
- Academic freedom and integrity
- Fairness and justice
- Respecting, celebrating and learning from First Nations People
- Safety and wellbeing
- Truth-seeking, transparency, accountability
- Inclusion, equity and diversity
- Respecting collegiality
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|Purpose||To outline the standards which underpin academic promotions at ANU|
|Topic/ SubTopic||Staff - Staff & Career Development|
|Effective Date||20 May 2022|
|Next Review Date||20 May 2027|
|Responsible Officer:||Chief People Officer|
|Contact Area||Human Resources Division|
Australian National University Act 1991
ANU Enterprise Agreement 2017 – 2021
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