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This is the VOA Specail English Education Report.
Not everyone who teachs 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 Amercian colleges and universities? Get ready for a short lecture espically if you are think of a career in  higher education.
Professors usually need a doctoral degree.But sometimes a school will offer position 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 professer. Assistant professers do not have tenor.Tenor means a permanent  appointment.This goal of great job security is harder to reach these days .Few teaching positions offer the chance for tenor.
Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offer are said to be on the tenor trap.The assistant porfessor is the  first job on this path .
Assistant professor genereally have five to seven years to gain ten year.During this time other faculty members to study the person's work . if tenor is denied .Then the assistant profesor usually has a year to find another job.Candidates for tenor may fell great pleasure to get research published.publish or parish is the traditional saying.
An assistant professor who received tenor becomes an associate  professor .And associate professor may later be appointed to 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 comities and take part in other activies.
Other  faculty members  are not expect to do all these jobs .They are not on a tenor trap.Instead they might be adjunct or visiting positions.

A visiting professor has  a job at one school but works at another for period time.An adjunct professor is also a limited all part time position to do research or teach classes.Adjunct professors have a doctorate.
Another position is that of lector.Lectors teach classes ,but they may or may not have a doctorate .
And that is the VOA special English education report written by Nancy Steinbach. You can read and listen to a report and get information on  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 teach 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 assitance or associate professors, * professors.
So what do all of these different acdemic title mean at American colleges and universities?  Get ready for a short lecture especially if you're thinking of a career in higher education.
Professors usually need a doctoral degree. But sometime a school will offer positions to people who have not yet receive their doctorates. This person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed.
After that, the instructor could become assitance professor. Assitance professor do not have ten-year.  Ten-year means * appointment . This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for ten year.  
Teachers and researchers who are higher * position that are said to be on the ten year trip. Assitance professor is the first job on this pad. Assitance professors generally have 5 -7 years to gain ten-year. During this time, other facuty members study the person's work. If ten-year is denied, then the assitance professor usually has a year to find another job.  
Candidates for ten-year might feel great pressure to get research published. Publish or parish is a traditional saying. And assistance professor who receives ten-year become an associate professor. And associate professor may late be appointed a full professor. Assitance, associate, full professors perform many duties. They teach classes, they advice students and they carry out reseach. They also serve on commuties and take part in other activities. Other faculty members are not expected to do all these jobs. They are not on a ten-year trap. Instead they may be in * or visiting positions. A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for yearly of time.  And * professor is also a limited or part-time job to do research or teach classes.  * 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 imformation about how to study in the United States at VOA Special English.com. I'm Babara 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 associate or assistant professors or adjunct professors.  So what do all the these different academic titles mean at American colleges or universities?
Get ready for a short lecture, especially you are thinking about career in high education.
Professors usually need a doctoral degree. But sometimes school will offer positions to people who have not received their doctorate. This person will be called an instructor until the degree has been completed. After that, the instructor can become an assistant professor. Assistant professors do not have tenure. tenure means a permanent  appointment. this goal of greater 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 faculty members study the person's work. if tenure is denied, the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. candidate for tenure may feel great pressure to get research published. publish or perish is the traditional saying and assistant professor who receives tenure  become 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 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 limited for 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 education report written by ??. 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 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 and 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 unversity 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 universties? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education.
    Professors usually need a doctor degree. But sometimes a school will offer position to people that 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 permenant appointment. This goal of greater job secuirity is harder to reach these days. Your teaching positions offer the chance for tenure. Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offered are set to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this pad.
    Assistant professors generally have five to ten years to gain tenure. During this time, other faculty members study the person's work. If tenure is denied, the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. Candidates for tenure may be of great pressure to get reseach publish. Publish or parish is a 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 commitees 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 position.
    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 postion is that of lecturer. Lectures teach classes, but they may or maynot have a doctorate.
    And that's the VOA special english education report, written by Nancy St. You can read or listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at VOAspecialenglish.com.

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this is the special English education report. everyone who teaches in the college or university is a professor.they may are instructures or lectures .in fact,not even all professors are full professors.they are them assistant or a susit professors,or agent professors.so what do all the these different acidemic titles mean at American colleges and universities?get ready for a short lecture is specially if you are thinking of a creer in higher education.professors usually need a doctor degree,but sometimes the school will offer positions to people who has not yet recive their doctor credit.this people would be called an instructor untill the degree has been completed.After that,the instructor will become an assistant professor.the assistant professor donnot have terner.terner means a perminent appointment.this goal of great job security is hard to reach these days.the teaching positions offer the chance for terner.teachers and reseachers who are higher in two positions that do offer are said to be on the terners' track.assistant professor is the first job on this pass.assistant professors geneually have 5-7 years to gain tener.during this time,other faculty memebers study the persons' work.if the terner is deneyed,then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job.cadadit for terner may feel great preasur to get reach published.publish or parish is the traditional saying and the assistant professor who recive the terner becomes assot  professor.anossot professor may later be apointed a full professor.assisant ,asociated,and full professors perform many duties,they teache classes,they advise students and they carry out research.they also serve on commites and take part in other activities.other faculty members are not expecited to all these jobs.they are not on a terner track,instead ,they may be in ajoint or visiting positions.a visting professor has a job at one school,but works at another for a period of time.a ajont professor is also alimted or part time position do research or teach classes.ajont professors have a doctor credit,another position is that a lecture who teach classes,but they may or may not have a doctory.that is a VOA special english education report.get information on how to study in USA at voa [email=specialenglish@com]specialenglish.com[/email]
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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 doctorate 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 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 offerer 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 f* members study the person's work. If tenure is denied, then an 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. 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 communities and take part in other activities.

Other f* 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 Steinbuck. 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 adjunct professors. So, what do all of these different academic titles mean at American colleges or 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 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 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 profesor 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.

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this is voa special english education report.not everyone who teaches in a college or univesity is a p many are instructors or lecturers
in fact not even all professors are poor professors. many of them are assistants or associated professors or air drug professors?
so what do all of these different academic  titles mean at american colleges or universities .get ready for  a short lecture,especially if you are thinking of  your career in  higher education.
professors usually need a doctoring digreen but sometimes a school will offer positons to people who have not yet received their doctoring.this person  would be called an instructor until the degrees have been completed.
after that the instructor   could become an assistant professor. assistant professors  do not have ? ? means a permenant appointment. this growth of greater jobs security is harder to reach these days
you are teaching positions offer the chance for ten years teachers and researchers who  are higher into  positon that do offer it are said to be on the ten- year -track
an assistant professor is the first job on this path. a assistant professor  is generally to ? have 5 or 7 years to gain 10 years
during this time ,other f members study  the person's  work if ten years is  denied then the assistant professor usually has  a year to find another job
candidates fo ten years  may feel a great pressure to get reseach published or paralish? is the traditional  saying
an associated professor may later be appointed a pro-professor  the assistant ,associate and pro professors perform many duties.
they teach classes they advise students and they carry out   reseach. they also serve on comamny? and take part in other activities.
and the assistant professors who receive  10 years become assosiciate professors
other fatical? members are not expected to do all these jobs they are not on a ten-year track
instead they might be in air drug or visting position. a visiting professor  has a job in one school but works at another for a period of time
an air drug professor is also a limited or part-time position to do reseach or teach classes .air drug professors have a doctoring .another positon is that lecturers .lecturers teach classes but they may or may not have a doctoring
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This is the VOA special English education report.
Not every one who teaches in the 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 associated professors or adjunct professors.
So, what do all of these different academic titles mean at the 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 Doctorate degree. But sometimes school would 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  greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenure.  
Teachers and researchers who are higher interpositions that do offer are set to be on the tenure track. Assistant professor is the first job on this part.
Assistants 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 pay 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 committees and take part in other activities.
Other faculty members are not expected to do all this 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 a lecturer. Lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a Doctorate.
That's the VOA special English education report, written by Nancy Stanby. You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialEnglish.com . I'm Barbe Clien.

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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 VOA Special English Education Report.

No everyone who teaches in a college or university is a professor. Many are instructors or lecturers. In fact, no 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 universities? Get ready for a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education.

Professors usually need a doctor degree. But sometime a school will offer positions to people who have not yet receive their doctorates. These person would be called an instructor until the degree has been completed.

After that, an 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 higher into positions that do offering are set to be on the tenure track.

Assistant professor is the first job on this pattern. 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. 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 agent or visiting positions. A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period of time. An agent professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research and teach classes. Agent 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 Standby. You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in 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 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 to a short lecture, especially if you are thinking of a career in higher education. Professors usually need a doctoral degree. But some time 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 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 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 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. 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 comedies 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 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 NS. You can read and listen to our report and get information at how 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 intructors 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? Yet ready for a short lecture especiallly 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 profeesors do not have tenior. Tenior means a permanent appointment.  

This goal of greater job security is harder to reach these days. Fewer teaching positions offer the chance for tenior. Teachers and researchers who are hired into positions that do offery are said to be on the tenior trap.

Assistant professor is the first job on this path. Assistant professors  generally have five to seven years to gain tenior. During this time, other faculty members study the person's work. If tenior is denied, then the assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. Canditates for tenior may feel great pressure to get research published. Publish or parish is the traditional thing. And assistant professor who receives tenior becomes anaysois professor. Anaysois 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 commities and take part in other activities.

Other faculty members are not expected to all these jobs. They are not on a tenior track. Instead they might be in edjuant or visiting position. A visiting professor has a job at one school but works at another for a period of time. And edjuant professor is also a limited or part-time position to do research or teach classes. Edjuant professors have a doctorate. Another position is that of lecturer. Lecturers teach classes but they may or may not have a doctorate.

That's the VOA special English education report written by Nancy Stamber. You can read and listen to our reports and get information on how to study in the United States at voaspecialenglish.com  I'm Bob Claine.               

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[Homework]SENEWS-2010-09-02
this is the VOA 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 formal professors. many of them are assistant professors, or associate professors,or even adjunct professors. so what do all these acedamic titles mean at an american college or university. get ready for a short lecture, especially you are thinking a career of high education. professors usually need a doctoral degree, but sometimes school will offer positions to people who have not yet receive their doctory. these persons will be called a instructor until the degree has been completed. after that, the structor could become an assistant professor. assistant professor do not have tenue. tenue means a permanent appointment. this goal of a great job securety is hard to reach these days. fewer teaching positions offer the chance for ten year. teachers and researchers who were hired into positions that do offered are said to on the 10-year truck. assistant professor is the first job on this truck. assistant professors generally have 5 to 7 years to gain tenue. during this time, other faculty menbers study the person's work. if the tenue is denied, then  assistant professor usually has a year to find another job. candidates for tenue may have great pressure to get research published. publish or * is the traditional saying. and an assistant professor who receives a tenue become an associate professor. and an associate professor may latey be appointment a form professor. assistant, associate,or form professors peform many duties. they teach classes, they advise students and they carry out research. they also serve on committee and take part in another activity. other faculty menbers are not expect to do all these jobs. they are not on a tenue truck. instead, they all mght be adjunt or visiting positions. a visiting professor has a job in one school but work in another school during a period. and adjunt professor is also a limited or part-tmie position to do research or teach classes. adujuct professors have a doctory. another position is that of lecture. lecturers teach classes, but they may or may not have a doctory.
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