One who professed, or publicly teaches, any science or branch of learning; especially, an officer in a university, college, or other seminary, whose business it is to read lectures, or instruct students, in a particular branch of learning; as a professor of theology, of botany, of mathematics, or of political economy.
A teacher at a college (often tenured). See Tenure.
University teacher who has completed a Habilitation and enjoys life-time tenure.
A senior member of the academic teaching staff.
Usually one of the senior academic staff within a department who becomes a professor as a result of specialist research and teaching. Some large departments will have more than one professor each with their own subject specialism.
The highest academic rank on a college or university faculty. In descending order, the other ranks are associate professor, assistant professor, and instructor. (Graduate teaching assistants are generally not considered faculty.)
someone who is a member of the faculty at a college or university
a faculty member who has achieved demonstrated excellence in two of the three areas of teaching, scholarship/research/creative endeavors, and service to on-campus and off-campus communities
a good lecturer if and only if he is both well-informed and entertaining
an eminent member of the University whose achievements at York and/or in his/her profession have marked him or her as one of the scholars from whom the University receives its energy and strength
an individual primarily teaching, lecturing, observing, or consulting at post-secondary accredited educational institutions, museums, libraries, or similar types of institutions
a person teaching classes at the university
a representative for the University
a senior teacher and researcher , usually in a college or university
a teacher at a university
a teacher mostly in college or university
a tenured or tenure-track position, so DYB should not be referred to as anything but "instructor" or "lecturer" (or "blowhard") until she actually achieves that status
title given to a university teacher ranked by seniority, with full professor at the highest level followed by associate professor, assistant professor and lecturer.
the most senior academic rank, and often the head of a school.
General term for all faculty. If your professor has a doctoral degree, you may also refer to him/her as a “doctor”.
Title sometimes given to a senior academic following several years successful teaching and research, and election by the senior academics at an institution.
the third of three ranks of faculty members; also, “full professor
university academic of highest rank only
A person well versed in the rules and strategies of the Pokémon TCG and has passed a required exam. Professors are fans of the Pokémon TCG who want to contribute their time at League sessions and tournaments to teach new players the Pokémon TCG. They also may judge at these events. Professors are third parties independent from Pokémon USA, Inc. who are not employees, agents, or independent contractors of Pokémon USA, Inc.
lecturer (at college or university)
See Instructor, Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor
The meaning of the word professor (Latin: "one who claims publicly to be an expert") varies. In most English-speaking countries, it refers to a senior academic who holds a departmental chair, generally as head of the department, or a personal chair awarded specifically to that individual. In some countries like in the United States, Canada and India, individuals often use the term professor as a polite form of address for any teacher, lecturer, or researcher employed by a college or university, regardless of rank.
The Professor is a common generic name for fictional characters who fill the role of doctors, scientists, or mad scientists. While most characters identified as "the Professor" usually have a longer name, this generic title is the most commonly used.