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Definition of Nontenured
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Literary usage of Nontenured
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1. To Recruit And Advance: Women Students And Faculty in Science And Engineering by National Research Council (2006)
"Related to that finding, one university's approach to mentoring began with a study commissioned by the chancellor in the 1980s that revealed that nontenured ..."
2. Advancing the Nation's Health Needs by National Research Council (2005)
"Much of that growth was in nontenured positions and other academic categories, which together represent about one-third of the total academic staff in 2001. ..."
3. Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing And Employing America for a by Cosepup, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences (2007)
"The shift to staffing research and teaching positions at universities with nontenured staff, which depends in large part on a supply of international ..."
4. Building Higher Education-Community Development Corporation Partnerships by Nancy Nye, Richard Schramm (2000)
"Without a clear priority for community service and applied research in the guidelines that are used in tenure and promotion decisions, nontenured faculty ..."