Example sentences for: academics

How can you use “academics” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • But while Stoppard has slummed a bit for the big screen, he has done some of his most serious and demanding work for the small one: Professional Foul , a 1977 BBC commission, addressed the moral dilemmas faced by a group of English academics at a philosophical conference in Prague; and Squaring the Circle: Poland 1980-81 , broadcast in 1984, brought the playful self-consciousness of Travesties to the deadly serious events surrounding the Lenin Shipyard strike and the subsequent government crackdown.

  • Nonfiction works generally appeal to small groups of academics/devotees of any particular subject, and those people are likely to read the books regardless of what the NYTBR says.

  • Academics plagiarize more regularly than nonacademics, prompting Mallon's theory that professors are let off the hook to plagiarize again because their colleagues are too embarrassed to punish them.

  • But Juan Rodriguez, a professor at Texas Lutheran University and a member of the association since 1974, predicted a "backlash" in a few years: "Academics are no more enlightened than anyone else."

  • Many of us are actively involved in developing ArrayExpress - a repository of gene-expression data hosted by the EBI, while others represent companies and academics developing laboratory or institutional databases (Affymetrix, Iobion, and Rosetta, University of Pennsylvania, GeneX).


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