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tenure

A time period,as in the tenure of a lease.

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In addition, at most law schools very few tenure-track law professors have significant experience as practicing attorneys, and what practice experience they do have tends to be limited to a very narrow range of jobs.
It is also worth noting here the ways in which tenure-track faculty responses echo the concerns over prestige and value present in staff responses.
According to Mendoza Reis and Lu (2010), "The Chronicle of Higher Education (2005) reported that nearly half a century after the civil rights movements of the 1960s, 35% of tenure-track faculty (assistant, associate and full professors) in all academic fields were female.
In a tenure-track position, maintaining a strategic plan and building in benchmarks along the way is a key to achieving success.
Finally, in 2006, the overall proportion of women in full-time tenure-track and tenured academic science positions equaled the proportion of women receiving PhDs in science disciplines, and women with recent doctorates represented 42 percent of the tenured/tenure track academic workforce (National Science Foundation Division of Science Resource Statistics 2006).
However, women are not applying for tenure-track jobs at research-intensive universities at the same rate as they are earning Ph.
These tenured and tenure-track faculty bring to the CCMR one-week and two-week courses their conceptual and empirical background and insights, not to mention language skills and in-depth familiarity of different countries and regions.
One strategy involves replacing departing or retiring tenured faculty with full-time non-tenure track faculty, 16% of tenure-track replacements were filled with fixed term contracts.
CPAs embarking on a tenure-track career should talk to accounting professors to find out more about the work and the schools that interest them.
Now we are going to return to the subject of tenure-track faculty positions.
The mean salary of tenure-track accounting faculty (those with doctoral degrees) for the 2001-2002 academic year (9-10 months) from accredited colleges ranged from $86,100 for assistant professor to $107,000 for full professor, according to an annual study conducted by the AACSB More recent, but unofficial, inquiries indicate that starting salaries exceed $120,000 at major accounting programs that emphasize research activities.
org), prepared for The Pew Charitable Trusts, found that no more than half of the 4,000-plus doctoral students in the arts and sciences surveyed at 27 universities will get tenure-track positions.