tenure


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Synonyms for tenure

Synonyms for tenure

the holding of something, such as a position

Synonyms for tenure

the right to hold property

give life-time employment to

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But those same policies are reducing female professors' chances of tenure by as much as 22 percent and those women who fail to get tenure tend to move on to lower-ranked schools.
In a recent clarification sent to Vice Chancellors (VCs)/ Rectors of public sector universities across the country, the HEC further directed the institutes not to count the period of such faculty members (serving on administrative posts) towards their tenure track service and further clarified such individuals are not eligible to draw Tenure Track System (TTS) salaries.
LADY TENURE AWARDS OBEDIENT SHEEP WITH LIFE-ONG JOB SINECURES.
He had been splitting time between the University of Minnesota and the University of Memphis in the 1990s when one of his deans gave him an ultimatum: Commit to Minneapolis full-time or give up tenure.
By turning the tables on the typical inverse relationship between tenure and engagement, companies stand to make dramatic performance gains.
25%, while for tenure of 61 days to less than 1 year, the same has
The Wall Street Journal highlighted director tenure in an article titled "The 40-Year Club: America's Longest Serving Directors" (July 16, 2013).
A CEO's incentives and power inside the firm are likely to vary over the course of his or her tenure, and this may lead to systematic differences in firm behavior.
Receiving tenure and progressing through the academic ranks are among the most visible and valued accomplishments for college and university faculty (Perna, 2001).
WITH many retired high court judges showing reluctance to head various benches of the armed forces tribunal due to a short tenure, the standing committee on defence is all set to recommend an enhanced term for them.
I have asked professors at both ends of what amounts to a guaranteed job for life if, as the argument goes, they will be unable to speak or write freely without tenure.
The articles in our CUR Summer Focus address the important issue of recognizing the mentoring of undergraduate research in tenure and promotion decisions.
Tenure has been under fire lately, and it's not just from public officials: Only 48 percent of teachers and 25 percent of the public support it.
Although a 50-bps hike for the commonest loan tenure of 36 months amounts to an increase of just Rs 25 per lakh-or Rs 1,200 a year for a Rs 4 lakh small car or Rs 1,800 a year for a mid-size sedan-the impact is not the same on everyone.