- non- + academic (Wiktionary)
“Nor should we begrudge funds spent on certain "nonacademic" activities.”
“He said the call for disclosure in nonacademic work, though nonbinding was particularly important because it will help "set norms of behavior that colleagues, the press, students and citizens can help hold economists accountable to.”
“Sounds great to librarians, but not of much concern to average nonacademic bloggers.”
“We are told that "the foundation's strategy emphasizes rebuilding a general, nonspecialist, and, crucially, nonacademic audience for poetry.”
“U-Va. is one of the nation's top public universities, a campus of overbooked overachievers, well-rounded students pulling down good grades even as they juggle busy schedules filled with athletics and nonacademic extracurricular activities.”
“Finally, a large proportion of those nonacademic people I know with European experience have obtained it through the military.”
“They arrive with the preschool experiences they need to be ready for grade-level work; their health and mental-health needs are largely being met; they enjoy a range of both academic and nonacademic learning experiences beyond the school day that complement what they learn in class; and they receive the family support that ensures they are motivated and prepared to learn during the school day.”
“Likewise, as Hacker and Dreifus highlight, most athletic programs lose money, and so students end up subsidizing these nonacademic departments (157).”
“Visit a KIPP school or another high-performance institution and you find that a big reason for the longer day is that it accommodates these nonacademic pursuits without sacrificing the instructional core.”
“Intelligent – scarily intelligent in a nonacademic way – honest, courageous, intuitive, fiery and very sensitive – too sensitive sometimes, perhaps" is how it starts.”
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