- There may be elected to the rank of professor-at-large those individuals who have achieved outstanding international distinction in the humanities, the natural or social sciences, or the learned professions, or have achieved such distinction and have demonstrated broad intellectual interests through their activity in such fields as public affairs, literature or the creative arts. Professors-at-large shall be elected by the Committee on Academic Affairs of the Board of Trustees, upon the recommendation of the President, for a definite term of not to exceed six years.
- Professors-at-large shall be nonresident and be required to perform no regular duties for the University except that they shall agree to spend a minimum period of two consecutive weeks every three years in residence on the University campus. While in residence, professors-at-large shall perform such duties as may be assigned to them and shall be entitled to the rights and privileges of membership in the University Faculty, including the right to vote.
- Professors-at-large shall receive such stipends and other perquisites as may be agreed upon at the time of their election.
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