Honorary Associate Professor

The title of Honorary Associate Professor* can be conferred on a person who would be suitable for an equivalent substantive appointment within the University - where a significant and regular high-level contribution is made to the University in teaching and/or research, and/or the leadership and management of teaching and/or research.

Individuals must be academically qualified for the status proposed, and be a leading authority in their subject area, with a growing international reputation.

It is normally expected that the individual would hold a higher degree (MD or PhD), and have been collaborating with the University of Leicester for a minimum of twelve months.

Applicants may demonstrate achievement within a number of domains, including, but not limited to:

  • An established and growing national/international reputation for research and/or enterprise;
  • Successful contribution to significant research collaborations (where appropriate);
  • An established reputation, and growing reputation, for teaching excellence at national level;
  • Extensive and successful experience of the development of programmes;
  • Academic leadership activities at departmental and faculty/college level.

* please note that conferment of the title of Honorary Associate Professor does not enable title holders to be addressed as Professor, which is permitted only for those holding full professorial status.

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