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tenure

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

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Inadequate tenured teachers who are employed full time are often shipped about between the different schools in the district year after year in the hope that a new school will make them a better teacher.
Terminating tenured professors, by contrast, is extremely difficult, whether at the UO or other universities.
In his Contempt petition, Dr Ishtiaq pointed out that the Vice Chancellor and the Registrar were not complying with the IHC judgment by continuing the process of selection of professor without first ensuing his appointment as Tenured Associate Professor and eligibility for the post of TTS Professor.
Hypothesis 1c: There is a significant difference in the measure of workplace bullying between industry segments and also tenured and nontenured faculty.
The University of Texas offered buyouts over the summer to 71 tenured professors in the College of Liberal Arts.
To identify those tenured earlier, Davis worked with the Diplomatic Research office to retrieve archived cables, which were available only back to 1984.
The purpose of this investigation was to: (a) identify COE faculty perceptions of successful grant writing motivators and barriers at a public, four-year, coeducational, doctoral-granting university in the South classified as a Research University with high research activity by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; (b) compare the university's COE faculty perceptions to previously published survey results of Colleges of Education at Research I institutions; and (c) compare and contrast tenured and non-tenured faculty's responses.
Then there is the counter argument that tenured teachers "stop trying.
2001), the Eighth Circuit held that early-retirement payments made to tenured faculty members were not wages subject to withholding.
Because tenured faculty are protected from threats to their jobs, they enjoy the opportunity to advance philosophies and explore material that is thought provoking or innovative, yet controversial.
United States, 84 FSupp2d 1043, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals held that amounts received by tenured professors who relinquished their tenure rights under an early retirement program were not FICA wages.
In another study, Waller and associates (1990) found that 50% of laboratory science faculty, nationally are tenured.