Professorial Banding Criteria Matrix Name: Click here to enter text. Department: Click here to enter text. Date: Click here to enter a date. Professorial Band – to achieve a band the criteria in the previous band(s) must also be met. These should be used with disciplinary norms Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4 Band 5 Core criteria: Core Criteria: Core Criteria: Core Criteria: Core criteria: ☐ Research i) An international research profile with significant and substantial outputs, as appropriate to the discipline and in keeping with the ☐ volume required by REF reviews ii) As appropriate to the ☐ discipline, evidence of successful collaborations with other research ☐ teams/institutions/networks ☐ i) A sustained international research profile with increasing citation, as appropriate to the discipline ☐ ii) significant and sustained success in obtaining research or research project grants, individually or as a team leader, or key coinvestigator ☐ iii) Significant success in obtaining research grants, individually or as a coinvestigator i) An outstanding internationally recognised body of research with frequent citation and impact on scholarship, as appropriate to the discipline ☐ i) World-leading scholars with an established reputation and sustained body of work published in the top journals and presses ☐ ii) As appropriate to the discipline, evidence of successful collaborations, through, for example, leading EU work stream of grant with other research teams/institutions ☐ ii) Evidence of successful consortium collaborations with major international or major national research teams or institutions, as appropriate to the discipline iii) A track record of sustained research with ongoing major projects. ☐ The following supplementary activities and responsibilities may be among those supporting the primary Research contribution: iv) A track record of ☐ sustained achievement within the field ☐ ☐ The following supplementary activities and responsibilities may be among those supporting the primary Research contribution: ☐ i) Research students successfully supervised to ☐ completion and, as appropriate to the discipline ☐ ☐ i) Increasing numbers of research students successfully supervised to completion and, as appropriate to the discipline ii) Substantial experience in reviewing grant applications to national and international funding bodies; through, for iii) Significant and sustained success in obtaining research grants programme, as PI The following supplementary activities and responsibilities may be among those supporting the primary Research contribution: ☐ i) Significant key note addresses to international bodies ☐ ii) Significant indications of esteem within and beyond academia, such as senior ☐ ☐ iii) Establishing, leading and developing research centres of international and national importance, ass appropriate to the discipline iv) Sustained success in obtaining research grants and leading projects such as co-ordinator of EU consortium (with respect to funding availability within the discipline) Together with supplementary evidence of ☐ i) Professors meeting the Research criteria for Band 5 will be producing worldleading, paradigm-shifting research that is internationally acknowledged as such Supplementary criteria, according to disciplinary norm: ☐ i) Very significant and recurring funding from external sources ☐ ii) International collaborations with worldleading institutions ☐ iii) The establishment and development of research centres of international importance ☐ iv) Numerous invitations to present prestigious named lectures, or participate in high-profile events ☐ v) World-class reputation such that a research group (if she or he has one) is ☐ ii) Proven and sustained success in research leadership and/or ☐ management of a research team ☐ iii) Experience in reviewing grant applications for national and international funding bodies example, membership of research council peer review college ☐ ☐ iv) Guest editorship, regular reviewing or refereeing for eminent journals v) Invited addresses to, or organization of, international or major national research meetings and conferences vi) Research degree appointments as external examiner vii) Indications of esteem within and beyond academia, such as invitations to participate in public, printed or broadcast debate iii) Significant invited addresses to, or organization of, international or major national research meetings and conferences iv) Significant indications of esteem within and beyond academia, such as visiting appointments, and highprofile invitations to participate in public, printed or broadcast debate. visiting appointments, and high-profile invitations to participate in public, printed or broadcast debate ☐ ☐ iii) Evidence of active involvement in the development and achievement of the research strategy within the Faculty or College sustained success in: ☐ i) Supervising postdoctoral fellows as well as research students ☐ ii) Active membership of key research bodies such as research council boards ☐ iii) Receipt of senior Research Fellowships awarded by funding bodies or learned societies ☐ iv) Prestigious prizes or awards ☐ v) Editorship of internationally eminent journals iv) Membership of editorial boards of journals ☐ vi) Regular invitations to deliver named lectures or keynote at leading conferences in the field. recruited internationally ☐ vi) Significant roles in management or leadership so as to influence the future research trajectory of the discipline, Faculty or the College ☐ vii) Acknowledgement of the importance of his/her work, through the award of Fellowships of learned societies, for example the British Academy or the Royal Society, and prestigious named prizes, national or international awards recognizing research excellence ☐ viii) The award of honorary degrees from prestigious universities; ☐ ix) Esteem from beyond, as well as within, academia. Teaching Professorial Band - to achieve a band the criteria in the previous band(s) must also be met. These should be used with disciplinary norms Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4 Band 5 Core criteria: Core criteria: ☐ i) Influence of pedagogy ☐ i) Award of national ☐ i) HEA Principal Fellow or beyond own department prizes such as those by equivalent award ☐ i) Evidence of developing through successful faculty the HEA e.g. National ☐ i) Evidence of developing and delivering excellent and delivering excellent schemes or college wide Teaching Fellowship, ☐ ii) A seminal contribution to learning activities through and innovative learning dissemination or use of Senior Teaching the development of teaching module design, developing activities, this might be pedagogical approaches Fellowship internationally in a particular teaching materials, and of through introducing new by other universities subject area, or in relation to learning modes, new Higher Education more ☐ evaluating their impact on ☐ ii) Publication in the field student learning disciplinary areas etc. and ☐ ii) Widely used teaching of pedagogy which generally. This would be might be evidenced by a text book or development significantly alters the evidenced by international ii) Sustained and continuing College teaching prize or of other teaching field prizes, the paradigm-shifting evidence of successful and initiative award resources which are nature of the work etc. effective teaching over a widely used in the sector iii) PI for external funding ☐ significant period, indicated ☐ ii) Evidence of CPD for teaching related by student take-up of development or initiative ☐ iii) Organisation of options, strong evaluations The following conferences concerning etc. supplementary activities pedagogy within the field ☐ iv) Evidence of substantial and responsibilities may be national/international The following supplementary among those supporting peer esteem in teaching ☐ iv) engagement with A the primary Teaching Level exam boards or ☐ activities and responsibilities may be among those contribution: other external bodies ☐ v) QAA auditor or supporting the primary comparable role Teaching contribution: v) Leadership of ☐ i) Design and ☐ management of development (or review) i) Management of successful new of the curriculum or programmes at programmes teaching/assessment undergraduate or masters methodologies or the level. ii) Active development of management of teaching ☐ teaching support roles, within the Faculty or such as personal advising College ☐ vi) Reviewer of teaching and learning provision for other universities ☐ External Engagement & Impact ☐ ☐ Professorial Band - to achieve a band the criteria in the previous band(s) must also be met. These should be used with disciplinary norms Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4 Band 5 i) Evidence (as appropriate ☐ i) Evidence (as ☐ i) On-going engagement ☐ i) Award of patents or ☐ i) Acting as lead advisor to to the discipline) of impact appropriate to the with national or licences national governmental or of knowledge transfer or discipline) of a significant international partners in related agencies or exchange on practice or on and sustained impact of the public dissemination of ☐ ii) Prominent involvement international bodies such as quality of life; this might be knowledge transfer or information to the benefit at office-holding or the EU, the UN, UNESCO via occasional public exchange on practice or of the community, or the equivalent seniority in the etc. on global issues forums, or meetings with on quality of life population at large or to establishment of community, business, the commercial, creative externally funded ☐ ii) Advisory or consultancy health or and heritage sectors, endowments for scientific work that has significantly ☐ ii) Increased consultancy governmental/policy groups activity which benefits the including leadership of or cultural activity or broadened the College as well as the consortia in this area research understanding of the ii) Evidence of research individual discipline, benefits RHUL, impact in the form of and continues to do so ☐ ii) Engagement with ☐ iii) Substantial translations of original iii) Significant Third industry, professional partnerships in the area ☐ work into foreign Stream activities of bodies, charities or other of knowledge transfer ☐ iii) Impact of research, languages, or other forms of manifest benefit to the end-users of research (e.g. Government practice or teaching on impact on non-English College as well as the Departments & nonnational, governmental or speaking audiences individual iii) Successful Departmental Public international policy or ☐ commercialization of Bodies, charities, practice iii) Evidence of Third research outputs International Stream and Consultancy Foundations, museums, ☐ iv) Successful development activities of manifest arts and science festivals, of their own work through benefit to the College as substantial contribution patents and licenses, spin out well as the individual to national or companies etc. which benefit international media Royal Holloway broadcasts, particularly substantively, and of sharing series etc.) expertise in this regard ☐ v) Major national/international media coverage of research, scholarship or practice ☐ vi) Third Stream activity whose impact and/or income are of manifest benefit to the College, and exceed norms in this area ☐ Leadership and Enhancement ☐ ☐ Professorial Band -to achieve a band the criteria in the previous band(s) must also be met. These should be used with disciplinary norms Band 1 Band 2 Band 3 Band 4 Band 5 i) Evidence of external ☐ i) Evidence of sustained ☐ i) Evidence of enduring ☐ i) Evidence of an original ☐ Professors meeting the leadership through and on-going success in academic leadership and contribution to the Leadership & Enhancement contributions to peer review leadership roles within a proven ability to lead, leadership of the field criteria for Band 5 will bodies, committees, Royal Holloway. This develop and motivate through the undertake significant and learned societies, might be via development colleagues, working to establishment of a new influential activities professorial appointment of new initiatives and achieve substantive body, cultural event etc. facilitating the College’s panels outside the schemes College goals strategic aims. Evidence of institution, institutional or this might well include: ☐ ii) initiating and departmental university sustaining key ☐ ii) Evidence of academic ☐ ii) A successful and reviews, professional leadership and the effective contribution to partnerships of strategic ☐ i) Evidence of a substantive, organisations and the like capacity to motivate the achievement of the importance, or major successful and active role in colleagues working as College’s strategic goals fundraising or other the strategic development ii) Well-developed part of a team beyond the area of income generation and furtherance of the management skills and research and teaching, for academic agenda of the evidence of significant and example through iii) Active membership of College ☐ on-going contributions to involvement with national or international the administration of a partnerships, representing research sponsorship or ☐ ii) Substantive contribution Department/School/Faculty the College externally on evaluation panels, or to College’s strategic goals at Royal Holloway through matters of key other relevant beyond areas of research and major administrative roles importance, or through committees and funding teaching (e.g. negotiating fundraising or other bodies, including complex partnerships, iii) Mentoring of other staff income generation Research Councils’ boards representing College on matters of key importance, or through fundraising or ☐ iii) Active membership of national or international other income generation) so bodies with evidence of as to benefit the College well how a leading and into the future influential role has been undertaken ☐ iii) Leadership, guidance and sharing expertise with colleagues at a level that brings lasting enhancement and raised esteem to the work of the group ☐ iv) Achieving public recognition outside as well as inside the H.E. sector as a world authority.