untenured

untenured

(ʌnˈtɛnjʊəd)
adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) US not tenured; (of a position) not guaranteeing tenure; (of an employee) not guaranteed tenure
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It also cites surveys showing that tenured faculty generally publish more, serve on more committees, and teach more than their untenured colleagues.
Certainly untenured faculty would avoid associating themselves with controversial talks that might evoke ire, if not retribution, from their superiors.
It exposes untenured and temporary faculty not only to internal disciplinary scrutiny, but equally importantly, it encourages harassment as an effective means to impact university policies.
He gave it up when I joined the faculty, because he wanted me to have every possible advantage as a new, untenured faculty member.
For Canadian political sociologists interested in the study of public opinion, the option of engaging in comparative research involving multiple countries excluding Canada continues to exist, and untenured faculty might be well advised to follow that course as they seek to establish publication records, since the plethora of sources for high-quality research data have now been reduced to a single survey--the National (federal) Election Study.
Typically, this situation would create a large number of untenured staff and new management, resulting in inconsistent and significantly reduced FCR rates, but we were able to excel in this situation by implementing the right training practices.
Some faculty are carrying sparse teaching loads compared with others, while some departments are adding faculty - albeit untenured - even though their enrollments are declining.
Scholars within disciplinary specializations are required--especially younger, untenured faculty--to focus just on material appropriate to those disciplines.
The untenured musicians, who have been working for years performing live music during theatrical performances, have had their positions terminated.
Chris's long hours in the library and the usual financial difficulties that face young, untenured scholars led him to make a sideways move into librarianship and he moved to Birmingham in 1990 to take a professional course at what was the new University of Central England, and is now Birmingham City University, going on to work at the Central Library's archives.
Compared to her more senior tenured Caucasian faculty, this young minority faculty member routinely faces utterly unacceptable discourtesy in the classroom from her students who take advantage of the fact that she is new, female, minority, and untenured and feel greater latitude to "get away" with such behavior all the while comparing her class approach unfavorably to her colleagues'.
Finally, Tara Pauliny applies the term to the untenured WPA who "finds herself in an inherently queer position: She is an administrator who is both authorized and de-authorized; she is an integral part of the institution and a potential means of disruption" (1).