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adjunct

adjective accessory, addendum, addition, appanage, appendage, augmentation, branch, complement, component, corollary, subordinate part, supplement
Foreign phrases: Sublato principali, tollitur adjunctum.By the removal of the principal thing, the adjunct is taken also.
See also: addendum, addition, additive, allonge, ancillary, appendix, appliance, appurtenance, appurtenant, associate, attachment, backer, coactor, coconspirator, codicil, colleague, confederate, consociate, copartner, corollary, pendent, rider, supplement, supplementary
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In addition, the system has a pay range elevation process for long-serving adjunct faculty, says Toni Molle, director of public affairs--with some increases of 5 percent or more.
We simply want the adjunct faculty to be able to make up their own minds on this question," said the Rev.
The simplest definition of an adjunct faculty member is an instructor who teaches part-time at a postsecondary institution.
Members of such organizations are perfect candidates for adjunct teaching.
If adjunct unionization efforts, for example, become more widespread and successful, that may push schools to consider the benefits of a more permanent, but non-tenured class of faculty.
Alumni of the accounting program are a significant source for adjunct faculty candidates.
If the class is taught by an adjunct, no more than $3,000 of that revenue would be spent on instruction.
The maltreatment of adjunct professors is the darkest of clouds hovering over American higher education, whether the school is a degree factory with 40,000 students, or a community college with less than 1,000.
The adjunct faculty members are not responsible for providing a religious educational environment.
State of the research and the literature on adjunct faculty in developmental education
Adjunct faculty are instructional personnel contracted on a temporary basis to teach one course or more.
What started out decades ago as a way to supplement experience on college campuses by using adjunct professors has flipped,'' said Malini Cadambi, SEIU's national director of higher education.