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ten·ured

 (tĕn′yərd, -yo͝ord′)
adj.
Having tenure: tenured faculty.

tenured

(ˈtɛnjʊəd; ˈtɛnjəd)
adj
(Education) chiefly
a. having tenure of office: a tenured professor.
b. guaranteeing tenure of office: a tenured post.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.tenured - appointed for life and not subject to dismissal except for a grave crime; "an irremovable officer"; "a tenured professor"
irremovable - incapable of being removed or away or dismiss; "irremovable boulders"; "irremovable obstacles"
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UIC United Faculty represents 1,200 full-time tenured and non-tenured employees at the Near West Side campus.
She describes the differences between being a tenured versus non-tenured track faculty member in detail.
Practically speaking, professors do not need tenure to safeguard their freedom of inquiry and research; instead, tenure protects the tenured professor's freedom of speech and action both inside and outside the classroom.
Of course, the costs of health and retirement benefits for tenured faculty are an issue as universities cut non-tenured faculty positions, adjuncts, and staff positions to balance the budgets, as state appropriations are decreased and enrollments decline (Clark & d'Ambrosio, 2005).
A tenured teacher must receive notice, a statement of the proposed reason for dismissal, and a hearing (with an appeal route) before dismissal.
But, it would seem that as soon as the tenure is signed and sealed it is not uncommon for standards to drop and for belligerence amongst tenured teachers to set in, but is this because teaching is tough and teaching at a high enough level to reach tenure is exhausting, or is it because once the pinnacle has been achieved, it's all downhill from there?
Traditionally, professorial faculty were hired on the tenure track; after a probationary period of six successful years, they were tenured, which ensured lifelong employment.
Constitution's prohibition on state laws "impairing the Obligation of Contracts." In 2014, a trial court agreed that the law violated the property and contractual rights of already tenured teachers but not the rights of those yet to receive tenure.
"I would have thought that managers who were long tenured probably were long-tenured because they were pretty good and they probablygot flows because they were pretty good [managers]."
The American Association of University Professors said the majority of the community college's 523 tenured and tenured-track faculty member chose to unionize.
Islamabad -- Federation of All Pakistan Universities Academic Staff Associations (FAPUASA) has said that the appointment of faculty members serving under Tenured Track System (TTS) on administrative posts is a prerogative of the syndicates of public sector universities.
Lillis' accolade, however, comes with a significant caveat: What about tenured faculty?