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tenure

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

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In addition, to test for significance between higher-ed tenured and nontenured faculty against the dependent variable, workplace bullying, an independent T-test was performed.
Three female tenured professors, or 38 percent of the tenured faculty
To discern motivators and barriers considered important by all faculty, motivator and barrier items for which the mean value for both the tenured and non-tenured groups was greater than 2 (Moderately Important) were reported.
KCTCS hasn't taught Latin for several years, and higher education routinely lay off tenured faculty when academic programs are discontinued.
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.
Though a tenured professor of population studies at Stanford University, Ehrlich has a long history of making unscientific ecological predictions.
2 among 14 peer institutions in the Midwest in percentage of tenured and tenure-track faculty from under-represented groups.
She was a tenured piano faculty member of the Croatian Academy of Music.
In 1988, Deverell left a tenured professorship at the University of Regina to become one of Vision TV's six founding members.
In 1990 Professor Bell threw down the gauntlet at Harvard Law School's refusal to hire qualified African American women for tenured positions.
you spend half your time listening to equally lame, albeit tenured, professors tell you why you can't do anything, and the other half toadying up to those same tenured losers.
Young funds have outperformed both mid-age and tenured funds in 13 out of the last 15 years.