nonacademic

nonacademic

(ˌnɒnækəˈdɛmɪk)
adj
(Education) not related to, involved in, or trained in academic disciplines
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The researchers identified 665 referrals over 21 years: 27, 40, and 33 percent directly from families, from academic health care providers (HCPs), and from nonacademic HCPs, respectively.
Going by the fact that perceived behavioural control of non-academic staff in the University of Ibadan had a predictive relationship with their knowledge sharing intention, it is ascertained that the nonacademic staff in the University of Ibadan perceive knowledge sharing as an easy task.
In 2004, Delnor was the first nonacademic facility in Illinois and the first Northwestern Medicine facility to receive Magnet designation.
They discuss how to decide on a career path; career paths in government, private foundations, consulting, think tanks, for-profit corporations, and nonprofits, as well as non-tenure-track academic jobs and postdoctoral positions, with information on the path, the types of jobs available, the skills needed, and a typical day; and the tools and resources needed to prepare for the nonacademic job market, including advice on how to find a mentor, prepare for and conduct nonacademic job searches, and network and interview.
Education Secretary Leonor Briones has warned school officials against making students join field trips, junior-senior proms and nonacademic projects as requirements for graduation or completion.
Success Center is premised on the idea that certain nonacademic skills are essential to academic success.
The overall acceptance rate continued the divergence seen last year, the acceptance rate rose only slightly for nonacademic authors but fell significantly (from 50.0% to 39.1%) for submissions from academic authors.
Only by "integrating backward" to deliver a range of nonacademic supports beyond just core academics can schools improve children's health and well-being.
production and repeated cross-sections of the SDR surveys to examine academic and nonacademic employment, and tenure-track and non-tenure-track employment, within the four broad academic disciplines.
Furthermore, they have been told to take strict action against school owners who arranges nonacademic activity.
In all states, however, a clear distinction is made between the academic track (Gymnasium, Grades 5-13 (1)) and the nonacademic tracks (all other school types; predominantly, Grades 5-10; Baumert et al., 2010).
Radical Prostatectomy at Academic Versus Nonacademic Institutions: A Population Based Analysis.