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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To be eligible for the DOE award, a researcher must be an untenured, tenure-track assistant or associate professor at a U.S.
Tenure also creates an untenured underclass desperately hoping to start the tenure track, with little likelihood of doing so.
For untenured areas, private entities may develop the area under the ENGP through a memorandum of agreement (MOA) entered with the DENR.
The US will leave no stone untenured to exploit worthwhile minerals of Afghanistan.
Satisfaction with monetary compensation and various measures of workload are as one would expect, with the balance of work between tenured and untenured faculty positively related to satisfaction with compensation among those same groups (r = .54, p < .05) just as it was related to compensation when considered outside of the institution (r = .51, p < .05).
Editors of both the Chinese and Murty libraries said they have shied away from using untenured translator-editors.
Danbatta said that NCC in performing its role had observed instances of over-quoted invoices, double submissions, untenured contracts and demand notices not backed by required valid contract agreements.
But Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Tom Peterson asks deans to take into account that the institutions faculty makeup is mainly untenured assistant professors.
As an untenured faculty member, I am nervous about making my exams easier.
CDAs Entry-Level Division directs untenured Foreign Service professionals to their first- and second-tour assignments and provides advice to our newest colleagues as they learn to navigate the Department and Foreign Service lifestyle.
"I'm an untenured teacher, so they don't have to necessarily have a reason to not invite me back next school year to teach."