the rank of a faculty member in a college or university, as professor, associate professor, assistant professor, or instructor.
Only such titles may be conferred as indicate an office or a profession; academic rank is not hereby affected.
The New Germany George Young
From the point of view of the collegiate course it often appears as if the subfreshman course could be raised to academic rank.
College Teaching Paul Klapper
There was a very strong tie asserting itself amongst certain men of varying ages and academic rank at Oxford at this time.
For the Faith Evelyn Everett-Green
- Academic year
the customary annual period of instruction at a college, university, etc., running approximately from September to June. Contemporary Examples But a person close to the Obamas says they have also considered allowing them to finish up the academic year in Chicago. Will the Obama Kids Stay in Chicago with Grandma? Scott Horton November 12, 2008 […]
. academicals, . Historical Examples But he had now been dismissed from it, not by academical, but by political agencies. The Grand Old Man Richard B. Cook No echo of the German ultimatum to Russia penetrated that academical peace. Notes on Life and Letters Joseph Conrad I have always found myself,’ says Fitzjames, in reference […]
. academicals, . Contemporary Examples Harrovians were also judged to be a bit thick, as the school was not as academically demanding as Eton. Thank God I Was Kicked Out of Eton, Not Harrow Tom Sykes September 5, 2013 Scalia, Thomas, Roberts, and Sotomayor went to highly competitive, academically rigorous Catholic schools. In Defense of […]
. academicals, . plural noun another term for academic dress
a member of an association or institution for the advancement of arts, sciences, or letters. a follower or promoter of the traditional trends in philosophy, art, or literature: Reforms were instituted over the protests of the academicians. Contemporary Examples He needs to display a level of skill that brings him closer to an American sign-painter […]