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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Alternately, students may negotiate with their nursing faculty member to be assigned to the camp setting for a shorter duration as a course elective within their nursing program - at no cost to the camp other than the student's room and board.
Activity points were accumulated to calculate a productivity total for each component as well as for a faculty member overall.
The code existed, however, among other reasons, precisely to permit a faculty member to be charged and "disciplined" for those specific "protected" behaviors.
This theme of the importance of the faculty member continues to be repeated into the modern era of bibliographic instruction of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.
Students rarely work on a significant piece of software without major supervision from a faculty member," he says, "although the faculty member may or may not actually write part of the code.
Irlbeck has been with Capella as a core faculty member since 2003, and as an adjunct prior to that.
In addition to being a longtime faculty member at Columbia and a presidential adviser, Hubbard serves on the board of five major corporations.
FUNCTION: A residential college housing 350 students and a faculty member and his family, with 11 faculty fellows (including the resident faculty member) teaching freshmen seminars and 25 "associate members" from the community dropping in to interact with students.
There are no hard-and-fast rules for how much research a new faculty member must produce to earn tenure.
EARLY CAREER FACULTY MEMBERS For the faculty member who is new to both the educator role and the institution, mentoring should be a significant component of an organized system of orientation.

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