(sometimes initial capital letter) the milieu or interests of a university, college, or ; .
I did offer to mention her to contacts at another media organization and in academia, though she didn’t get a job or into school.
Barbara Walters’ Syrian Blunder Howard Kurtz June 5, 2012
Conservative economists in academia may care about the distinction between marginal tax rates and effective tax rates.
Deciphering the Sequester: It’s All About the Spending Justin Green February 25, 2013
Secretaries who came from academia, like Condoleeza Rice, Madeleine Albright, Henry Kissinger, or George Shultz, usually go back.
What Will Hillary Clinton Do After Leaving the State Department? Josh Dzieza January 27, 2012
So when unprepared Christian students begin to study science and lose their faith, it feeds deep distrust of academia.
How Creationism Hurts Christian Colleges—And Their Students Karl W. Giberson February 12, 2014
Calls for a boycott of Israeli academia will undoubtedly intensify.
Ariel versus Academia Dov Waxman June 10, 2012
From this rich and interesting temple we passed to the academia delle belle Arti.
From the Oak to the Olive Julia Ward Howe
First to be noted is the “academia,” planned by Cardinal Wiseman.
History of the Warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom Andrew Dickson White
Pray despatch at the earliest opportunity what you have bought for my “academia.”
The Letters of Cicero, Volume 1 Marcus Tullius Cicero
Missing your chance at the Hof-theatre, you can rush off to the old academia to take the same chances.
The Four Corners Abroad Amy Ella Blanchard
Between you both, there will be quite an academia at Kilronan.
My New Curate P.A. Sheehan
the academic world
- Academic costume
the ceremonial garb of the students and faculty in schools, colleges, and universities, consisting of a flat cap (mortarboard), a long, wide-sleeved gown, and sometimes a hood, worn especially at commencement exercises. Historical Examples From this building came out two young men in academic costume. Winter Evening Tales Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
- Academic dress
- Academic freedom
freedom of a teacher to discuss or investigate any controversial social, economic, or political problems without interference or penalty from officials, organized groups, etc. freedom of a student to explore any field or hold any belief without interference from the teacher. Contemporary Examples Levin immediately reassured critics that “academic freedom” would be “guaranteed” at Yale-NUS. […]
- Academic gown
a long, wide-sleeved outer garment worn as part of the academic costume. Historical Examples Invested with the academic gown and cap, I repaired in due form at the appointed hour to the Senate Chamber. Our Hundred Days in Europe Oliver Wendell Holmes He was habited, although in his own house, in the academic gown to […]
- Academic press
noun a publishing house associated with a university or other scholarly institution, specializing in the publication of scholarly books and journals, particularly works written by its faculty; also called university press Examples The first English-language academic presses were those of Oxford and Cambridge.