Three ways are offered to reconcile academic tenure
and institutional change:
The grand bargain beneath academic tenure
is that brilliant minds, if given security and freedom, will become more brilliant.
Tan's academic tenure
, he has developed a PhD program in Construction (previously non-existent), supervised over 15 PhD candidates and over 50 Master's Degree candidates, and established the Construction Laboratory for Automation and System Simulation.
Propelled by substantial investment from the federal government, state governments, foundations and wealthy alumni, higher education institutions offered those entering the professorial ranks a life of riches, or at least one anchored firmly with middle to upper-middle class incomes, generous employment benefits and a lifetime of job security that came with academic tenure
The concept flourished in the Progressive Era, and the formation of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), along with the 1915 adoption of a Declaration of Principles on Academic Freedom and Academic Tenure
, codified its principles (Calhoun, 2009; Scott, 2009).
Students can utilize oral health informatics within in their academic tenure
and successfully integrate this to their clinical practice.
Some may feel guilty about having wealth and come to feel that they have earned it only after completing their gruelling academic tenure
at Weston, but they know they are elite upper-class children before they set foot on the school's idyllic rural campus.
To obtain academic tenure
and advancement, a physician must invest a significant amount of time in conducting research, treating patients, and teaching students leaving little time for much else.
The insights and perspectives contained in this book should enhance all educators' knowledge, regardless of where they are in their academic tenure
sets college and university professors apart in significant ways from professionals in other fields.