The Humanities New Academic Programme (HNAP)
Supporting newly or recently appointed permanent academic staff with the Faculty of Humanities.
The programme aligns with the University’s vision for the future and offers development in both research and teaching and learning.
HNAP is designed and delivered by the most up-to-date research, including expert workshops with the University’s own researchers on topics, including:
- teaching and learning;
- leadership and widening participation in HE;
- researcher development;
- mental health.
The Programme lays the foundations for a creative, ambitious and supportive environment in which academic staff can develop and thrive as part of our world-leading, research-intensive institution.
Hear more about HNAP
Linda Evans, Associate Dean for Academic and Research Staff Development, discusses the Humanities New Academic Programme.