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On the academic rank of lecturer. In the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia, Switzerland, and other countries, lecturer is a tenured faculty position roughly equivalent to a Professor of the Practice in the North American system. Do not use this tag for questions about lecturing as a teaching method.

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, then no amount of caffeine will change anything. You do not know the circumstances in which this lecturer is in: casual lecturers or adjuncts may be working several other jobs, or may have …
answered Nov 11 by Ian Sudbery