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These classifications have significance in regard to benefits and rights that may or may not pertain to each category or classification. The original letter of appointment and each subsequent salary notification or reappointment letter shall indicate clearly the title, nature, duration, Tenure status, and salary of the appointment.
Each School or College should have clear statements of the expectations for faculty of each rank and type of title. Unless otherwise stated, the titles and associated criteria described below apply to the faculty of both the Charles River and Medical Campuses. All persons receiving faculty appointments should have engaged in significant scholarly work or have notable professional expertise and achievement.
The standard professorial titles and where appropriate Instructor are significantly altered by the addition of modifiers such as Emeritus, University, Clinical, Research, Adjunct, or Visiting.
All other faculty appointments are by definition Non-Tenure-Track and without tenure. A distinction is also made between full-time and part-time appointments. Full-time appointees are expected to give full-time service and allegiance to the University.
No right of Tenure accrues to any person holding a part-time position regardless of title, rank, or cumulative length of service.
The duties of and terms and conditions for part-time faculty shall be articulated in each letter of appointment. The general descriptions are as follows: At the Medical Campus, Instructor is the entry level rank for those who have recently completed their post doctoral training, residency or fellowship training.
This rank is appropriate for new faculty, generally with M.
Medical Campus individuals at the instructor level may be in positions of advanced training prior to leaving the institution or being promoted to the assistant professor rank. All full-time Instructors are entitled under the by-laws of the University to attend and participate in the faculty meetings of their respective School or College.
If authorized by the School or College faculty, they may have the right to vote. Generally, an assistant professor has been awarded a doctoral or professional degree or equivalent, exhibits commitment to teaching and scholarly or professional work of high caliber, and participates in University affairs at least at the department level Associate Professor: Generally, an associate professor meets the requirements for appointment as an assistant professor, enjoys a national reputation as a scholar or professional, shows a high degree of teaching proficiency and commitment, and demonstrates public, professional, or University service beyond the department Professor: Generally, a professor meets the requirements for appointment as an associate professor, and, in addition, has a distinguished record of accomplishment that leads to an international or, as appropriate, national reputation in his or her field.
Definition of Prefixes and Suffixes that Modify Standard Academic Titles The standard professorial titles above and the title Instructor may be significantly modified by the use of prefixes, as follows: The prefix Clinical identifies appointments that primarily provide practical instruction and application of practical knowledge.
On the Medical Campus, the title describes faculty whose primary activity is limited to clinical or public health practice and associated teaching.
The duties, terms of appointment, and salaries if any of such persons are specified in the letter of appointment.
In general, the applicable rank and any subsequent promotions should be determined by the relevant academic achievements, professional accomplishments, and demonstrated effectiveness of the appointee.
A variety of titles are used to designate such positions including: Clinical Instructor Clinical Associate Professor Clinical Professor Associate Professors of the Practice and Professors of the Practice are officers of instruction who are or have been distinguished practitioners in their respective professions and whose primary responsibilities lie in teaching, mentoring, and service to the University.
The prefix Research identifies faculty appointments that are offered to scientists and scholars who fulfill the research qualifications of the standard professorial or Instructor ranks and who work for the University on research supported by external grants and contracts.
The principal criteria for these titles are scholarly productivity and recognition of original work. Several titles are used to designate such positions: Research Instructor Research Associate Professor Research Professor Research faculty are eligible to give seminars and teach occasional courses.
Teaching is at the discretion of the department. These titles may be used for appointments of one year or longer. Research appointments are for the stated term of the appointment with no guarantee or expectation of renewal.
The prefix Adjunct identifies a scholar whose primary place of employment is not Boston University or whose primary employment within the University is not in a faculty capacity.
An Adjunct Professor is an expert in a special field appointed to give instruction on a part-time or discontinuous basis. These part-time appointments may be in the ranks of: Adjunct Assistant Professor Adjunct Associate Professor Adjunct Professor Duties usually include the teaching and advising of students but do not include service on departmental committees.Appointments with the standard professorial titles of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor may be Non-Tenure-Track, Tenure-Track, or Tenured.
All other faculty appointments are by definition Non-Tenure-Track and without tenure. A distinction is also made between full-time and part-time appointments. Professor: Generally, a professor meets the requirements for appointment as an associate professor, and, in addition, has a distinguished record of accomplishment that leads to an international or, as appropriate, national reputation in his or her field.
"Professor" is his relationship to you. "Professor & thesis adviser", or "Professor/Adviser" would cover the rest. I don't know of a better word, unless you are looking for something like "mentor". That might be helpful if you were writing a recommendation for him, but not so much for you. The goal of the Fake News Challenge is to explore how artificial intelligence technologies, particularly machine learning and natural language processing, might be leveraged to combat the fake news problem.
We believe that these AI technologies hold promise for significantly automating parts of the procedure human fact checkers use today to determine if a story is real or a hoax. The Christ myth theory (also known as the Jesus myth theory, Jesus mythicism, or Jesus ahistoricity theory) is "the view that the person known as Jesus of Nazareth had no historical existence." Alternatively, in terms given by Bart Ehrman as per his criticism of mythicism, "the historical Jesus did not exist.
Or if he did, he had virtually nothing to do with the founding of Christianity.". Professor Uhr earned his Ph.D.
from the University of Michigan in , served several years on the faculty there, and moved to the University of Wisconsin faculty in