for allocating an additional £700,000 from the funding
council for ‘rewarding and developing staff’ were agreed
in outline by Senate, following discussions at committees
and with trades unions.
will be targeted to recognise high performance and address
recruitment or retention problems, with emphasis on progressing
staff on the lecturer ‘A’ scale.
more information, including criteria for allocating awards
- (this will be available as soon as possible).
review of the mechanisms for distributing teaching and
research money to departments – the resource centre and
overhead models – has been launched. The current systems
are now some ten years old, and need overhaul.
will take place across campus, to produce proposals for
discussion in 2002-3, and implementation the following
key priorities for 2001-2 were outlined by the Vice-Chancellor;
student recruitment, research volume and quality and third
arm volume and quality. Discussions with departments and
at the centre will address all three, including new courses
at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
more information (this will be available as soon as possible).