WOT

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AcronymDefinition
WOTWorld of Tanks (online game)
WOTWeb of Trust
WOTWide Open Throttle
WOTThe Wheel of Time (book series by Robert Jordan)
WOTWheel Of Time
WOTWorld of Tanks (gaming)
WOTWar on Terror(ism)
WOTWorld of Tomorrow (various locations)
WOTWaste of Time
WOTWeek of Training
WOTWay of Thinking
WOTWithout Tenure (teaching)
WOTWay Off Topic
WOTWall of Text
WOTWomen on Top
WOTWild Orange Thing (metal detector coil)
WOTWomen-Only Training
WOTWork Order Ticket
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It also led to a complex tenure situation, which was amplified by separate coloured reserves and hundreds of thousands of black households residing on white commercial farms without tenure security.
With regard to its tenure-related faculty, it could also realize that without tenure, we'd have no stature at all.
Without tenure, will a teacher give a failing grade to the son of an influential parent who might shorten that teacher's career?
Anecdotally, what we have seen is that the ranks of the adjunct faculty and faculty without tenure is where the diversity is actually taking place," says Wood.
Rather than feeling shame, however, I have felt frustration in my colleagues' dismissal of my choice to take a WPA job without tenure, and through that frustration, I've felt as though I'm outside of the field, looking in.
But "unless enough teaching positions open up elsewhere in the district, two Beal teachers without tenure are vulnerable to layoffs," the superintendent wrote.
Good for the Olin College of Engineering, which she presents at the end as an attractive model of an innovative school without tenure.
I have asked professors at both ends of what amounts to a guaranteed job for life if, as the argument goes, they will be unable to speak or write freely without tenure.
From her findings, Bolin was able to determine that the status typology frequencies were: professorial 42%, other ranks with tenure 28%, other ranks without tenure 10%, and non-faculty 20% (2008, p.
DEATH WITHOUT TENURE provides a fine Karen Pelletier mystery telling of a professor's tenured position shadowed by a rival's murder.
In most types of institutions, tenured faculty members were more likely to have published within the last two years and served on more committees than were those without tenure.
But opponents contend that without tenure, teachers would erode teacher quality by making recruiting more difficult--especially at rural schools--and making educators fearful of speaking out on controversial subjects for fear of losing their jobs.