Definition of tenured
: having tenure tenured faculty members
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In one case, an untenured conservative professor was fired after publishing more (and more consequential) scholarship than even some of the tenured professors who evaluated him.
All were long-tenured players and fan favorites who were summarily shown to the exit ramp at Bank of America Stadium.
Not all faculty, whether tenured or not, are created equal in terms of costs.
About 180 are full-time or tenured professors, 300 are part-time professors and the remainder are administrators or support staff.
But the AAUP report said Spalding had ignored Grise-Owens' rights as a tenured professor when she was abruptly fired by McClure and Joanne Berryman, the provost, with no warning, explanation or option for an appeal.
Technology, organization size, short-tenured jobs — these all conspire against such long-term work relationships.
Mr. Iyer, 45, won a MacArthur fellowship in 2013 and became a tenured music professor at Harvard the next year.
The departure of Krebs, the Mountain West’s longest tenured athletic director at 11 years, has repercussions past the state line.
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