Definition of Nontenure. Meaning of Nontenure. Synonyms of Nontenure

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Definition of Nontenure

Nontenure
Nontenure Non*ten"ure, n. (Law) A plea of a defendant that he did not hold the land, as affirmed.

Meaning of Nontenure from wikipedia

- the lower court and included in the determination the opinion that the nontenured status of the teacher accounted for the firing and not the ****ignment...
- to Harvard in November 2016, leaving Union Theological Seminary for a nontenured position as Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy, jointly appointed...
- colleges and universities. Elsewhere in the academic world both tenured and nontenured professors with alleged or admitted communist party ties were fired with...
- Doctor ("PAD" or at some universities "Prof."): ****istant professor, nontenured, full-time, not a civil servant, PhD required, "acreditación profesor...
- Howard Mitc****, several of whom were his graduate students. Peirce's nontenured position at Hopkins was the only academic appointment he ever held. Brent...
- United States Supreme Court concerning alleged discrimination against a nontenured teacher at Wisconsin State University-Oshkosh. David Roth was hired as...
- and IBM from 2003 to 2012. He worked at Johns Hopkins University as a nontenured ****ociate research professor in the Whiting School of Engineering prior...
- Department of Philosophy, University of Calgary (September 1971 –June 1972) nontenure-track Department of Mathematics, University of Illinois at Chicago (September...
- of postdocs at UC were paid less than $41,000 per year. In 2019, other nontenured research staff at UC elected to unionize and join UAW 5810 under the umbrella...
- Lewin, Tamar (9 September 2013). "Study Sees Benefit in Courses With Nontenured Instructors". The New York Times. Bryner, Jeanna. "Baby names have long-lasting...