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SEDA Webinar – 21st March 2019

Professors in Preparation

21st March 2019, 14.00 – 15.00



Becoming a professor is not easy but for some reason becoming a professor in teaching and learning appears to be harder than most. Part of this is because there is no consensus about what a pedagogic professor looks like, and part of this is linked to uncertainty about appropriate selection criteria, and the type of evidence required to demonstrate professorial behaviours and activities. There is a lack of guidance and role models that aspiring professors (education, scholarship and / or professional practice) can turn to for advice about teaching and learning career pathways. The professors in preparation network is aimed at providing aspiring professors with a supportive community through which the pooling of knowledge and sharing of ‘lived’ experiences aids successful applications.  The network is based on the premise of a virtuous circle in that members that achieve professorship continue to contribute feedback and support to the next generation of professors.


In this webinar you’ll learn how to:

  • Undertake an audit of your professorial journey to date, and identify interventions to fill any gaps
  • Engage with networks to develop your practice and profile
  • Access support and mentoring from established teaching and learning professors
  • Identify the evidence you need which is both impactful and sustainable
  • Approach writing your submission documentation



Dr Deborah Lock

Deputy Head of College

Director of Education

University of Lincoln

Co-Founder of PIP

Dr Julie Hulme

Reader Psychology

Director of Learning & Teaching

Keele University

Co-Founder of PIP

Prof. Liz Mossop

DVC Student Development & Engagement

University of Lincoln

Prof. Peter Draper

Prof. Nursing Education & Scholarship

University of Hull


If you wish to join this webinar, please send an email to We will send out details of how to join nearer the time.

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