Faculty [noun]

Definition of Faculty:

ability, skill

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Sentence/Example of Faculty:

The University of Illinois is requiring all faculty, staff and students to participate in screening testing twice a week, using a rapid saliva-based test.

Under the terms of the deal, University of Arizona will create a non-profit entity called University of Arizona Global Campus that will maintain its own accreditation, faculty, and academic programs.

The reporting prompted the university to end the use of confidentiality clauses when professors are fired and change policy to prevent faculty and administrators from arguing that academic freedom shields them in sexual misconduct cases.

She completed her training at the University of Washington and joined the faculty in 1982, eventually being promoted to research professor.

Others, including the University of North Carolina system, are developing worst-case scenario plans, where drops in enrollment could lead to employee furloughs, faculty cuts and suspended athletic programs.

In July 1925, Margaret Mead, a doctoral student at Columbia University, set off on a cross-country train journey with a young faculty member, Ruth Benedict.

So a lot of the problems of the faculty at C-POST are relatively new problems or very new takes on those problems.

We were speaking of the faculty of mimicry, and he told me such a funny little anecdote about Chopin.

There is no ground for the assertion that a spiritual faculty exists apart from the reason.

This seems to amount to a claim that religious people possess an extra sense or faculty.