Examples of academe in a Sentence
the cloistered and privileged world inhabited by the students in that suburban academe
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Impact factors—which represent the number of citations to a journal's articles divided by the number of articles published during a 2-year period—are widely used in academe as a yardstick of a journal’s prestige and reach.
The result has been a huge number of complaints throughout academe and a concomitant growth of bureaucracy.
In addition, as colleagues later noted, his illness might even be seen to have expedited his work, freeing him from the standard bureaucratic chores of academe and mundane domestic tasks.
But the move does mark a perilous entry into academe, something that Mr. Zorn had long resisted — and something that, more often than not, musicians of his cohort haven’t had the opportunity to resist.
Demirors straddles the world of entrepreneurship, academe and journalism.
The most graceful of the three buildings so far is the Bridge, designed by the New York architecture firm Weiss/Manfredi to lubricate the campus’s frank closeness between academe and commerce.
But in the academe there are standards, and plagiarism is considered breaking those standards.
Apparently, its corporate focus on secrecy has been an impediment in recruiting talent (some of whom come from academe and discern publishing as essential).
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