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(tĕn′yər-trăk′, -yo͝or′-)
Of or relating to a teaching or research position at a college or university that can lead to a tenured position.
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of or relating to a college- or university-teaching job that can lead to a tenured position.
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The faculty union, United Academics, supports the goal of increasing the proportion of tenure-track faculty/ student ratio but wonders how, in the near term, the UO will handle the sometimes large classes the terminated non-tenured faculty have been teaching, according to statements on the union's website.