What It Can Modify
|Acting||Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, CP, POP, RP||Temporary terms, up to 1 year, renewable once|
|Adjunct||Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor||Only applies to tenure-track titles, renewable terms|
|Courtesy||Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, CP, POP, RP, Instructor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer||No salary or fringe benefits, renewable terms, no maximum|
|Emeritus/a||Professor, Associate Professor, University Professor||Available upon retirement|
|Visiting||Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, CP, POP, RP, Instructor, Senior Lecturer, Lecturer , Senior Scholar Senior Scientist||Temporary in nature, limited terms|
CP = Clinical Professor/Associate Clinical Professor/Assistant Clinical Professor
POP = Professor of the Practice/Associate Professor of the Practice/Assistant Professor of the Practice
RP = Research Professor/Associate Research Professor/Assistant Research Professor
Appointment to an academic title should reflect proportionately the department’s usual spectrum of responsibilities and qualifications for that title. A title modified by “adjunct,” “visiting” or “courtesy” may indicate a narrower focus of responsibilities, or usage may be consistent with traditions of the department or discipline.
Visiting fellow, visiting critic, visiting scholar and visiting scientist are approved academic titles. Descriptions are located in the Titles section of this manual.
In any particular appointment, only one modifier may be used with the academic title.
Last Updated: February 5, 2018 at 7:11 am