So instead, he taught a semester here and a semester there, filling in for tenured writers who were off somewhere else, writing.
He is one of very few (if any) coaches to have remained a tenured professor.
If there is anyone who values free speech, it is a tenured professor!
I feel this way now more than ever, because I took a big risk and quit a tenured job at an M.F.A. program.
At this point, says Campos, law school is largely serving the needs of only one group: tenured law professors.
Those protests reached their height when the first tenured black professor, Derrick Bell Jr., resigned from the faculty.
He turned down a tenured position at the University of Chicago Law School.
London, Ontario, for the simple reason that my partner has a tenured university position here.
At that time, only five of 60 tenured professors were women.
One interpretation suggests he is the embodiment of whisky, a lewd allusion to a tenured tradition of Scottish alcoholism.
early 15c., "holding of a tenement," from Anglo-French and Old French tenure "a tenure, estate in land" (13c.), from Old French tenir "to hold," from Vulgar Latin *tenire, from Latin tenere "to hold" (see tenet). The sense of "condition or fact of holding a status, position, or occupation" is first attested 1590s. Meaning "guaranteed tenure of office" (usually at a university or school) is recorded from 1957.