Associate Professor

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Associate professor is a permanent teaching position at a university that is typically held by someone who is below the academic standards required of a full professor, but who is willing to teach the time-consuming entry-level courses.

Often the most liberal teachers—and the biggest promoters of the theory of evolution—are merely associate professors deemed unqualified to be full professors.

Most explanations of the status of "associate professor" conceal its inferior status.