University of London
GUIDELINES FOR STAFF IN PRESENTATION OF A CASE FOR
PROGRESSION AND CONFERMENT OF TITLE
Care should be taken to present a curriculum vitae clearly. For the Academic Staffing & Titles
Committee a curriculum vitae set out under the headings below will provide the minimum information
required to make recommendations in the review process. Statements on teaching and research
are set out with detailed lists of teaching and publications as appendices. Please remember
when filling in all these documents to highlight what is new since the last application for promotion (for
example by using bold type.)
1. PERSONAL DETAILS
Full name; email address.
2. EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
List dates, places, attainments, including class of degree, in a chronological and internally
Previous and present appointments held, with dates
4. INTERNAL POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Dept./School, Faculty, Institutional, with dates (as with subsequent entries, do not list positions
held prior to 2001 unless of special relevance)
5. EXTERNAL POSITIONS OF RESPONSIBILITY
University of London/ intercollegiate, National, International, with dates
Internal, external and showing undergraduate and postgraduate separately, with dates
7. ACADEMIC-RELATED ACTIVITIES BEYOND THE HE SECTOR
(E.g., Industry, Outreach, Practice Placements, Third Sector etc)
8. RESEARCH GRANTS & CONTRACTS
Details, with dates, of all grants & contracts which you have secured personally, or that have
been secured for projects with which you are have been associated. Indicate clearly your role
in the project, stating for example if you were Principal Investigator, and stating what
proportion of the outcomes accrue to the College.
9. ACADEMIC PRIZES, AWARDS, HONOURS
Internal, external, with dates
10. INVITED PRESENTATIONS/ CONFERENCE PAPERS
Dates, places, titles: UK lectures and presentations, conference papers; then international.
Give further details where necessary, e.g. to distinguish keynotes, workshops etc.
11. ORGANISATION OF CONFERENCES
Dates, places, details as necessary.
12. EDITORSHIPS OF LEARNED JOURNALS
13. MEMBERSHIPS, AFFILIATIONS, OTHER APPOINTMENTS
Professional bodies, learned societies, peer-review activities
Give dates, places, titles of projects and indicative value to RHUL (Note that consultancy
activities of no value to RHUL will not be counted)
15. PATENTS, SPIN-OUT COMPANIES ETC.
Note that activities of no tangible benefit to RHUL will not be counted
16. STAFF DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
17. IMPORTANT ACADEMIC INITIATIVES
A brief statement regarding any significant initiatives not covered elsewhere in the curriculum
18. DATE THE CURRICULUM VITAE WAS PREPARED