An active research culture is long-established in the School of Humanities. All academic staff in the School are holders of post-graduate degrees, predominantly doctorates, and it is the expectation of all to be involved in the supervision of post-graduate research students and all colleagues would identify themselves as ‘research active’, with a particular emphasis on the integrity of high-quality teaching and peer-reviewed academic research. Here are some facts and figures.
The School has:
· 8 Professors
· 4 Readers
· 40+ post-graduate research students
· 4 Research Centres
· 3 Units of Assessment (submitted in last three Research Assessment Exercises and preparing for the 2014 REF – Research Excellence Framework)