In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1femenino interinidadbefore noun tenure-track appointment — nombramiento interino masculino
- tenure-track position — puesto interino
- According to other estimates, a majority of all recent hires have been off the tenure track.
- She noted tenure track faculty go through a ‘rigorous’ probationary period during which they must demonstrate their skills in not only teaching, but also in research and service.
- I wonder if a published forum of this kind could be arranged for a group of faculty who do not have tenure track jobs.
- When I arrived at Wake Forest to teach English, I realized that one of my tenure track colleagues was an American Studies graduate from Minnesota who shared many of my same broad interests in texts.
- To staff essential courses, most institutions hire both part- and full-time faculty off the tenure track on short-term contracts and in other less formal arrangements.
- The party's main recommendation was the establishment of a tenure track career pathway for outstanding trainee academics.
- The long-term financial commitment required for tenure track faculty suggest that most formula and state appropriations are used for salaries.
- The process of granting tenure begins when a professor is hired into a tenure track position.
- ‘The Faculty Senate is very concerned about this issue and how it may impact tenure and tenure track appointments at the institution,’ Hopper said.
- The subjects in the study were people like Steve and me: professors of psychology, who were sent some vitas to evaluate as applicants for a tenure track position.
- Faculty members, especially women, go to great lengths to avoid being seen as ‘in need of assistance’ while on the tenure track, which prevents some women faculty members from even having a child.
- We were joined by someone who was in Cambridge for an interview for a tenure track lectureship position.
- It is not uncommon for clinical faculty to be hired into tenure track positions as well.
- We also agreed that because tenure, with its inextricable links to academic freedom and faculty governance, defines the very culture of any reputable U.S. university, most LSU faculty members should be on the tenure track.
- Indeed, Franklin says, it's generally accepted that it can take an average of three years for an English doctorate to attain that elusive entry-level tenure track job.
- Increasingly, clinical professors, after years of lobbying for equal status in the legal academy, are joining the tenure track.
- The award of a doctorate led to her going back on the staff at Mount Holyoke College in 1965, this time with the tenure track appointment of Assistant Professor.
- Moreover, as the share of faculty off the tenure track increases, the demand for full-time tenure-track faculty declines, and PhD programs become less attractive to American college graduates.
- Medical schools are encouraged to view these posts as a tenure track leading to a strategic senior appointment in the school after the fellowship.
- Of course, no one was ever hired on the tenure track or promoted to full professor for being ‘nice.’
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