She was an adjunct professor at the university.
Yes he was, according to the University of Chicago Law School. He was an adjunct instructor and then an adjunct professor of law.
It has to do with the level or rank of the professor. assistant professors do not yet have tenure. Associate professors do have tenure. Adjunct professor are part-timer professors and it is not thought that they will earn tenure.
The adjunct professor wasn't nearly as good as the regular one.
There are many types of teachers in a higher education and collegiate setting. They can range from adjunct professor to Andelot meaning the professor in charge of the department.
Quinn is currently an adjunct theater professor at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey.
He graduated from Harvard Law School, where he was the editor of the Harvard Law Review. He then got a job as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Chicago, where he taught for twelve years.
Not any more, but for twelve years, he was an adjunct professor of constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School; he was offered a full-time position, but declined it because he wanted to enter politics.
Sometimes. In U.S. colleges and universities, "professor" is an academic rank awarded by the institution that employs faculty. The most common titles in order of rank, lowest to highest, are instructor; assistant professor; associate professor; full professor. The last three are so-called "professorial" ranks, and the people who hold them may be addressed as "professor." People in the lower ranks -- tutor, docent, lecturer, instructor, for example -- are addressed according to their preferences: Ms., Mrs., Mr. Adjunct faculty may have been appointed as "adjunct professors" or may have professorial rank at another institution. In either case, it is proper to address those people as "professor." [Faculty who hold a doctorate may be addressed as "doctor," irrespective of academic rank.] Many people in the U.S.A. use "professor" as a general honorific. It is not a serious breach of etiquette, therefore, to call any faculty, adjunct or otherwise, "professor," merely as an equivalent of "sir" or "madam."
About 3200 for a masters level
Absolutely. In fact, he was an adjunct professor there for twelve years (some sources say "lecturer," some say "adjunct professor"-- different schools use different terminology to describe those faculty members who are not employed there full-time); he was sufficiently well-respected that the university's dean has stated in print that the university offered him a full-time job as a professor, but he decided he wanted to go into politics instead.
Alan Kay is an American computer scientist, known for his early pioneering work on objected orented and windowing grafical design. He is the president of the Viewpoints Research Institute, and an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Los Angeles. He is also on the advisory board of TTI/Vanguard. Until mid 2005, he was a Senior Fellow at HP Labs, a Visiting Professor at Kyoto University, and an Adjunct Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).