faculty member


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Noun1.faculty member - an educator who works at a college or universityfaculty member - an educator who works at a college or university
educator, pedagog, pedagogue - someone who educates young people
prof, professor - someone who is a member of the faculty at a college or university
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The faculty member is not just an information provider or a teacher but they have many other roles including facilitation, assessment, curriculum and course planning and resource development.
Zafar Nawaz Jaspal, a faculty member on BPS whose promotion was challenged in court said that VC tried to delay the promotion cases pending for last two years.
Falender is a faculty member is an adjunct faculty member of Pepperdine University and a faculty member of UCLA in California.
Hurt (2008) described how perceptions can differ from one faculty member to another.
One faculty member even expressed discomfort by loudly proclaiming "I am not sharing my hard work
This popularity are pretty unified, otherwise HUMS faculty member divided almost into the same number.
Afaf Khansa, a faculty member, read a press release in their name in which she reiterated faculty determination to go ahead with their moves up till all demands for full-time employment were met.
One of the greatest benefits for the faculty member is helping a new generation of students discover their own passion for research, and in doing so make important contributions to the ongoing research project and ultimately to the body of knowledge in the field.
Visiting faculty member of Urdu Science University.
Researchers are encouraged to examine not only the issue of full-time faculty member employment, but also the issue of part-time employment.
By examining their views, some insights may be gained as to the kinds of management techniques that a faculty member might adopt in order to promote better teaching and learning environment.

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