Honorary Academic Title

The Medical School welcomes applications from medical specialist individuals who would like to contribute to our research and education activities. In recognition we will consider offering an honorary academic title.

Applying for honorary academic title

In order to receive honorary academic title applicants should follow the steps below. Academic title is for a fixed-term period and a renewal application must be submitted by the title holder six months before the term ends.

  1. Complete the Application form (RTF, 348 KB). You will need to provide details of a Medical School academic supervisor who supports your application; two referees; and details of your planned participation in the Medical School's teaching and research activities. Some examples of research and teaching activities are listed below.

    • Involved in developing and reviewing curriculum and assessment materials.
    • Facilitate problem-based learning tutorials.
    • Clinical skills teaching.
    • Clinical exam supervision (registered medical specialists).
    • Deliver lectures.
    • Supervise Higher Degree by Research students (PhD, MPhil).
    • Provide research project supervision in the MChD degree.
    • Supervise ANU medical students on clinical placements.
    • Mentor junior medical staff.
    • Act as a Student Year Coordinator.
    • Serve on a committee or working group.
    • Develop and submit applications for competitive grant funding.
  2. Provide an up-to-date copy of your Curriculum Vitae as outlined on page 3 of the application form.
  3. Include an evaluation of your teaching and research activities or any other evidence you consider important to draw to the Committee's attention.
  4. Email an electronic copy of your application to the Medical School Appointments Committee secretariat science.curtin.hr@anu.edu.au  The Committee meets quarterly.

Once received, the application will be considered by the Appointments Committee at its next quarterly meeting and you will be advised in writing of the outcome within a month following the meeting.

Please note that this is not a promotion process. Promotion applications are through a separate annual University promotions round for those with full academic title. Medical School Faculty holding honorary clinical title may apply at the same level or a higher level at the time of renewal if they and their academic supervisor consider the case strong.

Contact

Human Resources Team, Curtin Hub

ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment

Email:  science.curtin.hr@anu.edu.au

 

 

Renewing honorary academic title

The Medical School welcomes applications from medical specialist individuals who would like to continue to contribute to our research and education activities and renew their existing academic title with the University.

The renewal application must be submitted at least three to six months before the previous term ends.

To renew honorary academic title, please follow the steps below.

  1. Update your Curriculum Vitae.  A copy of your current CV will need to be included with your submission.
  2. Complete the renewal form (RTF, 336 KB) for academic renewal.
  3. Discuss your application with your Medical School academic supervisor.
  4. Include evaluation of your teaching and research activities as well as any other evidence you consider important to draw to the Committee's attention.
  5. Email the signed and completed form together with your CV to the Medical School Appointments Committee

    E:  science.curtin.hr@anu.edu.au

Once received, the renewal application will be considered by the Appointments Committee at its next quarterly meeting and you will be advised in writing of the outcome within a month following the meeting.

Please note that this is not a promotion process. Promotion applications are through a separate annual University promotions round for those with full academic title. People holding honorary clinical title may apply at the same level or a higher level at the time of renewal if they and their academic supervisor consider the case strong.

If you have any questions, please direct them to science.curtin.hr@anu.edu.au

Updated:  27 March 2017/Responsible Officer:  Dean, Medical School/Page Contact:  Webmaster, Medical School