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Synonyms for adjunct

Synonyms for adjunct

a subordinate element added to another entity

Synonyms for adjunct

something added to another thing but not an essential part of it

a person who is an assistant or subordinate to another

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a construction that can be used to extend the meaning of a word or phrase but is not one of the main constituents of a sentence

furnishing added support

of or relating to a person who is subordinate to another


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This is an important need for adjuncts and Cengage Learning is committed to supporting them in their careers.
However, colleges should look to these corporations and minority-owned businesses, not as a source of potential students, but to identify potential adjunct faculty.
Ginsberg, who wasn't talking specifically about Arkansas schools, said universities have slashed instructional costs by hiring adjunct facility members while administrative costs have skyrocketed.
In the week before Walkout Day, tables were set up on campuses, with volunteers providing information and pamphlets about adjunct conditions.
In Equality for Contingent Faculty: Overcoming the Two-Tier System, Keith Hoeller, an adjunct at Green River Community College in Auburn, Wash.
The plight of adjunct faculty garnered international attention upon the death of Margaret Mary Vojtko, a Duquesne adjunct faculty member who passed away shortly after being fired by the administration, following 25 years of loyal service to her students.
Because adjunct faculty frequently have little advance notice about their assigned course(s), they may be inadequately prepared to teach the content (Thompson, 2003).
During the semester, consider holding regular adjunct faculty professional-development sessions, as well as open help and networking opportunities.
Creating opportunities for adjunct faculty to come together provides a way for them to develop connections with each other and with the university, reduces isolation, and makes first-term teaching less daunting.
Due to the shortage of nursing faculty, utilization of adjunct faculty has become a necessity for nursing programs throughout the country.
Adding adjunct cultures can help improve the flavor of cheese by providing certain key enzymes for proteolysis and by affecting the dynamics of the starter and nonstarter cultures.
Obtaining a part-time position as an adjunct faculty member at a local college offers not only prestige but a variety of benefits.
Enhanced with informed and informative essays by Avis Berman (a former director of the Pennsylvania Academy of fine Arts and Adjunct Associate Professor of hart History at Temple University, Philadelphia) and art historian Avis Berman, "Adam Van Doren" is a coffee table artbook and monograph by Samuel G.
In addition, he presently teaches at New York Law School as an adjunct professor of law and was formerly an adjunct associate professor of real estate at New York University, which awarded him its prestigious "Teachers' Excellence Award.