a person who lectures.
an academic rank given in colleges and universities to a teacher ranking below assistant professor.
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- sub·lec·tur·er, noun
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How to use lecturer in a sentence
Dependence on the West’s waste diverts attention to building up local economies, Andrew Brooks, a development geography lecturer at King’s College London, writes in an article in The Guardian.Thrift shopping is an environmental and ethical trap | Sara Kiley Watson | February 26, 2021 | Popular-Science
A recent endowed lecturer was Raphael Mechoulam, a cannabis research scientist based in Israel.Medical cannabis master’s program at University of Maryland sees growth since launch | Tracy Mitchell Griggs | December 18, 2020 | Washington Post
Emma writes for many relevant, industry related online publications and does a job of an Executive Editor at Bizzmark blog and a guest lecturer at Melbourne University.Does changing your business phone number affect SEO? | Emma Worden | November 3, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
Experts from Netflix will work with 2U to design each track and all courses will be led by faculty from Norfolk State University and feature guest lecturers from the tech industry, the company said.Netflix launches a virtual HBCU boot camp with Norfolk State to increase exposure to the tech industry | Jonathan Shieber | October 22, 2020 | TechCrunch
Now a lecturer at Swansea University in Wales, Frawley’s research focuses on the way cultural influencers, like wellness companies, try to make happiness a personal problem.
“I have to think her body type played a role,” said Rachel Greenblatt, a lecturer in Jewish Studies at Harvard University.Why Was Bess Myerson the First and Last Jewish Miss America? | Emily Shire | January 7, 2015 | THE DAILY BEAST
But shortly into the term, an anthropologist guest lecturer called the Roma a dirty and culture-less people.American Gypsies Are a Persecuted Minority That Is Starting to Fight Back | Nina Strochlic | December 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
He might consult a current lecturer there named Dean Esserman, who is also chief of the New Haven Police Department.Stop-and-Frisk Ruled Unconstitutional: A ‘Fair Trial’ for the NYPD? | Michael Daly | August 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
“Yes,” Dr. Iain Brassington, a bioethics lecturer at the University of Manchester, told me.
Hager El Saway is an assistant lecturer of dental radiology at Cairo University.
Gottfried Achenwall, an eminent German lecturer on statistics, history and the laws of nature, died at Gttingen.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
If the Socialistic program were to go into effect tomorrow morning there would be here tonight neither lecturer nor audience.The Inhumanity of Socialism | Edward F. Adams
He's a great lecturer, but he's a pacifist—the only one on the faculty—and a friend of Dora's.Ramsey Milholland | Booth Tarkington
I may be the prodigal son, but you're the devil of a moral lecturer, you are!The Varmint | Owen Johnson
He was in his element: he would have made an admirable stereopticon lecturer had business not claimed him.Dominie Dean | Ellis Parker Butler
British Dictionary definitions for lecturer
a person who lectures
a teacher in higher education without professorial status
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