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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor.
Many are instructors or lecturers.
In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors,or adjunct professors.
So what do all the these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a carrier in higher education.
Professors usually need a doctoral degree. But sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate.These person would be called early-structor utill the degree has been completed.
After that the instructor could become an assistant professor.
Assistant professors do not have tenure.Tenure means a payment employment.
This gold of great job security is hard to reach these days.
Few of teaching positions offer the chance for tenure.
Teachers and reseachers, who are higher interpositions that do offer, are set to be on the tenure track.  
An assistant professor is the firt job on this path. Assistant professors generally have 5-7 years to gain tenure.
During this time, other faculty members study the person's work.
If tenure is declined, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job.
Can the days for tenure may feel great passion to get reseach published.
Publish or parish is the traditional thing.
An assitant professor who received tenure becomes an associate professor.
An associate professor may later being a pointed a full professor.
Assitant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students and they carry out reseach.  They also serve on communities and take part in other activities.
Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track. Instead, they might be in adjunct or visting positions.
A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period of time. An adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do reseach or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate.
Another positon is that of a lecturer. Lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate.
And that's the VOA Special English Education Report. Written by Nash stamby.
You can read a lesson to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Babara Kelein.

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This is VOA special English education report.

Not everyone who teaches in a college or a university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant, or associate professors, or adjunct professors.

So what do all these different academic titles mean at american colleges and universities. Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education.

Professors usually need a doctoral degree, but sometimes the school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate. This person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that the instructor could become an assistant professor.

Assistant professors do not have tenure. Tenure means a permanent appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Few of teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who are higher into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path. Assistant professors generally have 5 to 7 years to gain tenure. During this time , other faculty members study the person's work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job.

Candidate for tenure maybe a great pressure to get research published. Publish or perish is a traditional saying.

And an assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor. And an associate professor maybe later appointed a full professor.

Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students and they carry out research. They also serve on communities and take part in other activities.

Other faculty members are not expected to do all of these jobs. They are not on a tenure track. Instead, they might be in adjunct or visiting positions.

A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period of time, and an adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate.

Another position is that of lecturers. lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate.

And that's the VOA special English education report written by Nancy . You can read and listen to our report and get information on how to study in the United States at VOA special English. com. I'm Barber Clyn.
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
Not everyone in the college or university is a professor. They are instructors or lecturers. In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors, or adjunct professors. So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education. Professors usually need a doctoral degree. Sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate. This person will be called an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that the instructor could become an assistant professor. Assistant professors do not have tenure. Tenure means a permanent appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path. Assistant professors generally have five to seven years to gain tenure. During this time other faculty members study the person's work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. Publish or parish is the traditional saying. And assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor. And the associate professor may later be appointed a full professor. Assistant, associate, and the full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students, and they carry out research. They also serve on committees and take part in other activities. Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track. Instead, they may be in adjunct or visiting positions. A visiting professor has a job at one school, but works at another for a period of time. And adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate. Another position is that a lecturer. Lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate.
And that's the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Steinbach.
You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com, I'm Barbara Klein.

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本帖最后由 流浪水妖 于 2010-9-2 11:39 编辑

This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
Now everyone who teaches in a college or a university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors or adjunct professors.
So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities?
Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education. Professors usually need a doctoral degree. But sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate. This person will be called an instructor until the degree has been complited. After that the instructor could become an assistant professor. Assistant professors do not have a tenure. Tenure means a permanant appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it are set to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path. Assistant professor generally have five to seven years to gain tenure. During this time, other faculty members study the person's work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant  professor usually has a year to find another job. Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. Publish or parish is the traditional saying. And an assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor.And an associate professor may later be oppointed to a full professor. Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students and they carry out research. They also serve on committees and take part in other activities. Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track.
Instead they might be in adjunct or visiting positions. A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period of time. An adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate. Another position is that a lecturer. Lecturers teach classes but they may or may not have a doctorate.
And that's the VOA Special English Education Report written by Nancy Steinbeck. You can read and listen to our reports and get the information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Babara Klein.

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This is VOA education report.
Not anyone who teaches in a college or university is professor, many are instructors or lecturers, in fact, not even all professors are full professors,many of them are assistant or associate professors, or adjunt professors.
So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career and high education.
Professors usually need a doctorate degree,but sometimes our school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorates, this person will be called an instructor until the degree have been completed.After that, an instructor could become an assistant professor,assistant professors do not have tenures.Tenure means a permanant appointment,this goal of great job security is hard to reach these days. Few teaching postions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this pack, assistant professors generally have five to seven years to gain a tenure, during this time, other faculty members study the person's work,if tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. Publish or perish is the traditional thing. An assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor.An associate professor may later be appointed a full professor.
Assitant, associate and full professors perform many duties.They teach classes, they advise students and they carry out research, they also serve on committies and take part in other activities.Other faculty members are not expeted to do all these jobs.They are not on a tenure track, instead, they might be in adjunt or visiting positions, a visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period of time.An adjunt professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes.Adjunt professor has a doctorate. Another prosition is that of lecturer who teach classes but they may or may not have a doctorate.                             


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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors, or adjunct professors.

So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you were thinking of a career in higher education.

Professors usually need a doctoral degree, but sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate. This person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that, the instructor could become an assistant professor.

Assistant professors do not have tenure. Tenure means a permanent appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who were hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path.

Assistant professors generally have 5 to 7 years to gain tenure. During this time, other faculty members study the person’s work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. “Publish or perish” is the traditional saying. An assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor. An associate professor may later be appointed—a full professor.

Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students and they carry out research. They also serve on committees and take part in other activities. Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track.

Instead, they might be in adjunct or visiting positions. A visiting professor has a job at one school, but works at another for a period of time. An adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate.

Another position is that a lecturer. Lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate.

And that’s the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Steinbach. You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Barbara Klein.
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Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors or ----professors.
So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education.
Professors usually need a doctoral degree. But sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate.
This person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that, the instructor could become an assistant professor. Assistant professors do not have ---.
---- means a permanent appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for ---.
Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the --- track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path.
Assistant professors generally have five to seven years to gain ---. During this time, other faculty members study the person's work. If --- is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job.
Candidates for --- may feel great pressure to get research published. Publish or perish is the traditional saying.
An assistant professor who receives -- becomes an associate professor. An associate professor may later be appointed a full professor.
Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes. They advise students. And they carry out research. They also serve on committees and take part in other activities.
Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a -- track. Instead, they might be in -- or visiting positions.
A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period of time. An -- professor is also a limited or part-time position, to do research or teach classes. --- professors have a doctorate.
Another position is that of lecturer. Lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate.

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This is the voa special english education report.
Not everyone who teaches in the college or university is a professor.Many are instructors or lecturers,in fact not even all professors are full professors,many of them are assistant or associate professors,or agent professors.
So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universties.Get ready for a short lecture,especially if you are thinking of a carrer in higher education.
Professors usually need a Doctory digree,but sometimes a school will offer a positions to people who have not yet received their doctory,these person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed.after that the instructor could become an assistant professor, assistant professors don't have tenure.tenure means a permenant appointment,this goal of great job security is hard to reach these days,fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure.
Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer are said to be on the tenure try,assistant professor is the first job on this path.assistant professors generally have five to seven years to gain tenure,during these time other facalty members study the person's work,if tenure is denied,then the assistant professor usually has one year to find another job,candidate for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published,publish or parish is a traditional saying.
and an assistant professor who receives ten years becomes an associate professor,an associate professor may later be appointed a full professor.
assistant,associate and full professors proform many duties.they teach classes,they advise students and they carry out research.they also serve on committees and take part in other activities.other facalty members are not expected to do all these jobs,they are not on a tenyear try,instead they might be in agent or visiting positions,a visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another full period of time.
an agent professor is also a limited or part time position to do research or teach classes.agent professors have a doctory .
another position is that of a leturer,leturers teach classed,but they may or may not have a doctory.

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This is the VOA Special English Education Reoport.

Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistants or associate professors or adjunct professors.

So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education.

Professors usually need a doctoral degree. But sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet receive their doctorate. This person would be call an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that, the instructor could become an assistant professor.

Asistant professors do not have tenure. Tenure means a permanent appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Your teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it are set to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path.

Assistant professors generally have five to seven years to gain tenure. During this time, other faculty members study the person's work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job.

Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. "Publish or perish" is the traditional saying.

An assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor. An associate professor may later be a pointed a full professor. Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students, and they carry out research. They also serve on committees and take part in other activities. Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track. Instead, they might be in adjunct or visiting positions.

A visiting professor has a job at one school, but works at another for a period of time. And adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate.

Another position is that of lecturer. Lecturers teach classes. But they may or may not have a doctorate.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report written by Nancy Steinbach. You can read and listen to our reports and get information about how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com. I am Barbara Klein.
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors, or adjunct professors.

So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you were thinking of a career in higher education.

Professors usually need a doctoral degree, but sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate. This person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that, the instructor could become an assistant professor.

Assistant professors do not have tenure. Tenure means a permanent appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who were hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path.

Assistant professors generally have 5 to 7 years to gain tenure. During this time, other faculty members study the person’s work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. “Publish or perish” is the traditional saying. An assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor. An associate professor may later be appointed—a full professor.

Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students and they carry out research. They also serve on committees and take part in other activities. Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track.

Instead, they might be in adjunct or visiting positions. A visiting professor has a job at one school, but works at another for a period of time. An adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate.

Another position is that a lecturer. Lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate.

And that’s the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Steinbach. You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Barbara Klein.
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This is the VOA specil english education report.

Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor, many are instructors or lecturers, in fact, not even all professors are full professors, many of them are assistant or associated professors or adjunct professors.

So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities, get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career  in higher education.

Proffessors usually need a doctoral degree, but sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet receive their doctorate, this person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed.

After that, the instructor could become an assistant professor, assistant professors do not have tenure, tenure means a permanent appointment, this goal of a great job security is hard to reach these days,

Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure, teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure track.

Assistant professor is the first job on this path, assistant professors generally have 5 to 7 years to gain tenure, during this time, other ** team members study the person's work,  if tenure is denied, then assitant professor usually has a year to find another job.

Cadidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published, publish and perish is the traditional thing, and assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associated professor.

And assoicated professor may later be appointed a full professor, assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties, they teach classes, they advise students, and they carry out research,  they also serve on commitees and take part in other activities.

Other ** team members are not expected to do all these jobs, they are not on a tenure track, instead they might be in adjunct or visiting positions, a visiting professor has a job at one school, but works at another for a period of time.  

And adjunct professor is also a limited or part time position to do research or teach classes, adjunct professors have a doctorate, another position is that of lecturer, lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate.

And that is the VOA special english education report, written by Nancy Standbar, you can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com, I am Bob Clan.

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.  Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors, or adjunct professors. So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you were thinking of a career in higher education. Professors usually need a doctoral degree, but sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate. This person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that, the instructor could become an assistant professor. Assistant professors do not have tenure. Tenure means a permanent appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who were hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path. Assistant professors generally have 5 to 7 years to gain tenure. During this time, other faculty members study the person’s work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. Publish or perish is the traditional saying. An assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor. An associate professor may later be appointed a full professor. Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students and they carry out research. They also serve on committees and take part in other activities. Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track. Instead, they might be in adjunct or visiting positions. A visiting professor has a job at one school, but works at another for a period of time. -An adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate. Another position is that a lecturer. Lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate. And that’s the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Steinbach. You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Barbara Klein.

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors, or adjunct professors.

So what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education.

Professors usually need a doctoral degree, but sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet received their doctorate. This person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that, the instructor could become an assistant professor.

Assistant professors do not have tenure. Tenure means a permanent appointment. This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path.

Assistant professors generally have 5 to 7 years to gain tenure. During this time, other faculty members study the person’s work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. “Publish or perish” is the traditional saying. An assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor. An associate professor may later be appointed—a full professor.

Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advise students and they carry out research. They also serve on committees and take part in other activities. Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track.

Instead, they might be in adjunct or visiting positions. A visiting professor has a job at one school, but works at another for a period of time. An adjunct professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate.

Another position is that a lecturer. Lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctorate.

And that’s the VOA Special English Education Report, written by Nancy Steinbach. You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Barbara Klein.
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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact, not even all professors are full professors. Many of them are assistant or associate professors or adjunct professors.

So what do all of this different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education.

Professors usually need a doctoral degree. But, sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet receive their doctorate. This person would be called an instructor untill the degree has been completed.

After that the instructor could become an assistant professor. Assistant professors do not have tenure. Tenure means a permanent appointment. This goal of great job security is hard to reach these days. Few teaching positions offer the chance for tenure.

Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it, are set to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this path.

Assistant professors generally have 5 to 7 years to gain tenure. During this time, other faculty members study the persons work. If tenure is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job.

Candidates for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. Publish all parish is the traditional saying. And an assistant professor who receives tenure becomes an associate professor.

An associate professor may later be appointed a full professor. Assistant, associate and full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advice students and they carry out research. They also serve on communities and take part in other activaties.

Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a tenure track. Instead they might be in adjunct or visiting positions.

A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period of time. An adjunct professor is also a limited or part time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate.

Another position is that of lecturer, lecturers teach classes but they may or may not have a doctorate.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report written by Nancy S. You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com. I'm Barara Klein.

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This is the VOA Special English Education Report.

Not everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor,many are instructors or lectors.

In fact,not even all professors are full professors,many of them are assistant or associate professors or adjunct professors.

So,what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges and universities?Get ready for a short lecture especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education.

Professors usually need a doctoral degree.Sometimes a school will offer positions to people who have not yet receive their doctorate.This person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed.After that,the instructor could become an assistant professor.

Assistant professors do not have tenure.Tenure means a permanent appointment.This goal of great job security is harder to reach these days.Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure.

Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer it are said to be on the tenure trap.Assistant professor is the first job on this path.

Assistant professors generally have five to seven years to gain tenure.During this time,other faculty members study the person's work.If tenuer is denied,then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job.

Candidates for tenuer may feel great pressure to get research published.Publish or perish is the traditional saying.An assistant professor who receives tenuer becomes an associate professor.An associate professor may later be appointed a full professor.

Assistant,associate and full professors perform many duties.They teach classes,they advise students and they carry out research.They also serve on committees and take part in other activities.

Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs.They are not on a tenuer track,instead they might be in adjunct or visiting positions.

A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period time.An adjunct professor is also a limited or part time position to do research or teach classes. Adjunct professors have a doctorate.

Another position is that of lecturer.Lecturers teach classes,but they may or may not have a doctorate.

And that's the VOA Special English Education Report written by Nancy S,you can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com.I'm Barbare Klein.

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