Academic staff of the University are appointed or employed by the Colleges of the University and accredited by the University’s Academic Board. Academic staff may be contacted through the Colleges. Honorary appointments are made by the Academic Board or the Council and include honorary researchers.
Resources for academic staff
The University provides IT systems to support learning, teaching and research. Access to these systems may be arranged through your College by completion of the IT Systems Access Form.
ARK is the name of the University’s Learning Management System. It provides resources for both online and face-to-face students. Access by staff requires a username and password and is provided after registration on TAMS, the University record system
The Library Hub provides digital library resources online to all members of the University including academic staff. For further information please contact your Library.
The Research Repository provides details of all peer-reviewed research published by members of the University including higher degree by research theses and, where copyright permits, access to the full-text of research materials. For further information please contact the Research Office.
Staff are eligible to access ENDNOTE bibliographic and referencing software for research purposes through a University-wide licence. For details complete the Endnote Access Form and contact your library.
Accreditation for academic staff and honorary researchers
Persons may apply through a College for accreditation as an academic staff member or honorary researcher of the University. Please read the Academic Staff Policy for further information and consult the application form below:
Academic Promotions 2018
There are two application rounds in 2018 for initial classification or promotion of academic staff at Levels C, D and E. The closing dates are in April (round 1) and October (round 2). See the Academic Promotions Schedule 2018 for full details. All academic staff accredited to teach at the University of Divinity must apply for classification within twelve months of appointment. Classification at Level A or Level B is made by the Vice-Chancellor on the advice of the Head of College. Classification at Level C or Level D is made by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Academic Promotions Panel. Classification at Level E is made by the Council on the recommendation of the Academic Promotions Panel. Applications may be made using the Staff Application Form.