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The deal also includes an internship exchange for a student at a MEAC school to intern in Syracuse’s athletic department, and vice versa, and visiting professorships and a seminar for MEAC staffs to glean revenue-generation strategies from Syracuse.

UNC demonstrated that point after its journalism school offered Hannah-Jones, an investigative journalist for the New York Times, a prestigious professorship.

Young PhD students are no longer looking for professorships in the US, he says, while established scientists are now searching for international options.

If Follett had been a man, the reception of her book would have amounted to a career-making launchpad, earning her a professorship at a place like Harvard.

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However, the former UNC student was offered by the university a non-tenured professorship after going through an extensive approval process.

Hitting those targets again and again is the key to tenure, the full professorship, hopefully the lucrative lectures.

Is it difficult to balance your professorship with your career as an author?

The average starting salary for a tenure-track professorship in visual and performing arts is about $50,000.

Did Elizabeth Warren, who is 1/32 Cherokee, obtain a Harvard professorship with help from her “minority” status?

The talk about a professorship was in her estimation the wayward, humorous whim of an eccentric who was fond of solemn joking.

Give the story of his struggles with poverty in exile, his love affairs, his professorship, his marriage and invalidism.

As may be imagined, his professorship was not one of long duration, and he soon had few or no listeners.

A year later he accepted the professorship of astronomy and physics in the Western University at Pittsburg.

The poor cuss sees no chance of getting a professorship anywhere, and is likely to go into the observatory for good.

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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to professorship, such as: captain, chairperson, director, fellowship, helm, and instructorship.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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