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- n. the office of a professor
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office or position of a professor, or public teacher.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or office of a professor or public teacher, as of a college.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the position of professor
The path to full professorship is difficult enough, without having to publish twice as many papers in order to compete with male peers.
He taught at the University of Sussex in the late 60s, and at King's College London, where he held an honorary fixed-term professorship from 1981 to 1984.
A fixed-term professorship with the status of a civil servant is available for three years.
What most people don’t know about the path to professorship is that between the time you get your doctorate (probably your late 20s) and getting a faculty job, everyone does some time as a postdoc researcher, sometimes taking two or three postdocs positions.
(Younger children have no effect on a man’s chances for tenure, and men’s promotion to full professorship is not affected by children of any age.) — Does Science Promote Women?
In the foreign Universities a professorship is a high thing.
William of Orange declared that a professorship was all too poor a reward for such devotion, but the doctor would accept of no other, vowing that his ambition was completely satisfied in being connected with such a wonderful institution of learning.
If he saw promotion, perhaps the presidency, within his grasp, he might deem it worth his while to stay; if not, his professorship should be a stepping-stone to something better.
This was called the professorship of Brafferton, from an estate of that name in England, purchased. with the monies given.
This was called the professorship of Brafferton, from an estate of that name in England, purchased with the monies given.