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tenure

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

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Before we talk about why the system has not been able to create the desired change, it is important to look back on the history of the tenure track system.
In the verdict, Justice Shahid Kareem, rejecting the petition about clause 1.1(d) of the statues, remarked that the condition mentioned therein applies to the university which adopted the statutes and in which a faculty member is on tenure track.
In the detailed verdict, Justice Kareem, after rejecting claim of the petitioner about clause 1.1(d) of the statues, remarked that the condition mentioned therein applies to the university which adopted the statutes and in which a faculty member is on tenure track.
Of 161 WCA positions at doctoral/doctoral research universities, 59 (41.5%) offered appointment to the tenure track, indicating that fewer than half of the most research-intensive institutions deemed their WCA as worthy of a tenure-track position.
Reasons given for delayed applications were health or family issues, including having children while on the tenure track. Some also waited an additional year to improve their publication record, or a delay was forced upon them by unexpected changes in application procedures at their institution.
(4) Catherine Martin Christopher, Putting Legal Writing on the Tenure Track: One School's Experience, infra pp.
Decisions about hires--staff versus faculty, tenure track versus non tenure track, the availability of professional development opportunities, our very working conditions--are clearly tied to financial decisions about how and when lines are funded.
The tenure track process may leave many with an overpowering sense of loss and lack of direction as they enter what many researcher have called the "laberinto the labyrinth of academic structures, a place that can be dark, lonely, and without much direction.
"He elected not to be tenure track, and that was his decision," Cook said of Wetherbe.
A case study using qualitative content analysis was conducted on the transitioning experiences of three assistant professors of nursing, who had young children, during their first two years on tenure track at a research-intensive public university.
Years ago, Grisby turned down a tenure track job at Yale in favor of a nontenure track appointment.
For example, Schools of Business and Management had committed more resources to hiring a larger number of tenured or tenure track faculty.