unacademic

unacademic

(ˌʌnˌækəˈdɛmɪk)
adj
not academic or at an academic level
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Three members of the governing body comprising Abhishek Singh, Narain and NP Ashley protested against the authoritative role of the principal and his unacademic decision that could compromise the academic integrity of the admission process.
ASUU averred that the policy was not only unacademic but unprecedented and a deviation from global academic norms.
While many children may see themselves as unacademic and therefore shut down in the classroom, they frequently shine in other environments.
(68) See Michael Shafir, "Unacademic Academics: Holocaust Deniers and Trivializers in Post-Communist Romania," Nationalities Papers, 42 (6), (2014): 942-964.
"This proposal is absolutely rejected, because it is unethical and unacademic and brings education standards down into the gutter," the group's statement read.
I won't ever do such an unacademic thing and give a student undeserved grades.
Green (1857) remains the most useful (in terms of manuscript sources and referencing), although its perspective is typically Victorian and moralistic in focus, which leads to what we would now deem to be largely unacademic discussions of Margaret's temperament, her motherhood, etc.
In the hands of Leo Damrosch, the old cliches of the Swift saga are given new life owing mostly to Damrosch's relaxed (determinedly unacademic) tone and approach.
FYUP, permanent appointments, difficulties faced by the ad- hoc teachers, arbitrary and unacademic screening criteria and issue relating to the School of Open Learning were discussed," Nandita Narain, DUTA president said.
James, most recently seen on our screens on BBC Two's Great British Garden Revival, said: "A career in horticulture is often unfairly dismissed as being unacademic, mundane and poorly paid.
Andie and I had launched J.E.S., Vatican II and all its everyday excitement was coming to a thunderous climax, and I was heavily involved with Koren in working to reinvent the Theology Department from a sort of unacademic catechism class to a serious academic enterprise.
In its energy and its unparalleled verbal wit, its restlessness, its agitational and unacademic designs on its political and social context, Swift's writing supplies modern criticism with what it has sorely needed since Arnold covered critical writing with the mantle of cultural authority and reactionary political quietism.