faculty : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n one of the inherent cognitive or perceptual powers of the mind
- n the body of teachers and administrators at a school
- Prostitute: freshmen 24%, seniors 48%, faculty 48%, men 35%, women 29%.
- But many faculty members, led by two teachers' groups, have recently undertaken a campaign of harassment against the school, refusing to wait for reforms promised by the .
- The most recent faculty addition is former Illinois Senator Paul Douglas, who last week taught his opening graduate seminar on "Current Economics and Political Problems.
- Sheldon Hackney in Guardian Unlimited
Faculty turned to her constantly as someone whose opinion is to be trusted,said Sheldon Hackney, a former president of The University of Pennsylvania and southern historian who worked closely with Faust. "She's very clear, well-organized....
- Tim Kaine in 940 News
This is not something where the university officials, faculty, administrators have just been very blithe,Kaine said. "There has been deep grieving about this, and it's torn the campus up."
- Elena Kagan in Kansas City Star
I've led a school whose faculty and students examine and discuss and debate every aspect of our law and legal system,she says.