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a professor of the highest rank

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The HEC verification report regarding six faculty members mentioned that none of the teachers including four APs and two full professors had ten publications.
ACADEMIC RANK AND POSITION Department/Academic Unit Head 28% Full Professor 29% Associate Professor 17% Assistant Professor 10% Lecturer 2 Instructor 4% Adjunct 2% Other 8% Note: Table made from pie chart.
Occhipinti joined Clarion University, a public institution, in 2003 as an assistant professor of anthropology and was subsequently promoted to associate professor and full professor. Occhipinti earned her Ph.D.
He is a full professor and director of the Building Technology Program and is director of the Urban Metabolism Group at MIT.
An active member of ANA/CNA/DNA-SIG 30, she is a full professor at Regis University.
Before entering politics, he had been a classical scholar, becoming a full professor of ancient Greek at the age of 25.
Sheppard received her doctorate in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 1985 and joined the Stanford faculty a year later as an assistant professor, advancing to associate professor in 1993 and full professor in 2005.
Meanwhile, the number of faculty members occupying the highest academic rank possible in the university or full professor significantly increased from 344 to 588.
Evans was promoted to associate professor in 1998 and to full professor in 2005.
POSITION: Associate or Full Professor of Agricultural & Biological Engineering
He went on to become a full professor and leader in UC Berkeley's Department of Entomology, as well as a pioneer in the fields of biological pest control and the specifically targeted use of pesticides.
In 1951 he has been promoted to Associate Professor and in 1957 he became Full Professor at the Chair of Mathematical Analysis.
Weinberg's career has placed him in leadership roles as; Chief of Neuroradiology Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Northwestern Medical School and Full Professor of Radiology and Neurosurgery at Northwestern Medical School.
Promoted to full professor in 1982, she held numerous administrative positions including director of freshman English, chair of interdisciplinary studies in humanities, director of academic planning and faculty development, and coordinator of the Canadian studies program.
A full professor was lucky to make $10,000 a year; student centers were no more than a cafeteria; administrators were few; athletic facilities involved a gym, tennis courts, a small basketball court, football and baseball fields, and a track.