St Hugh’s Fellows receive Recognition of Distinction Award
Congratulations to five St Hugh’s Fellows who have received the title of full Professor in the Recognition of Distinction Awards at Oxford University: Jonathan Cook (Fellow by Resolution in Musculoskeletal Sciences), Harald Oberhauser (Tutorial Fellow in Mathematics), Erin Saupe (Tutor in Palaeobiology), Nicholas Perkins (Tutorial Fellow in English) and Jon Parkin (Tutorial Fellow in History).
There are three criteria for the conferment of the title of full Professor which must be met:
- Research: An ongoing research record characterised by a significant influence on the field of study, of a high order of excellence and international standing, and the quality of which in terms of research distinction is at least equal to that expected of those appointed to full professorships at other leading international research universities.
- Teaching: An ongoing record of involvement in University and/or College administration concomitant with the duties of the University post and the College fellowship, and demonstrable competence in such administration. An ongoing record of effective teaching for the University and for colleges concomitant with the duties of the University post and the college fellowship (where one is held).
- Good citizenship: “Good citizenship” may include activities such as the holding of University and/or college offices, service on University and/or college committees, and leadership of equality, diversity and inclusion initiatives, amongst others. Account may also be taken of editorship of journals, service on committees working in a national context, and other forms of public engagement, as well as activities connected to enterprise, links with industry and business etc.
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