[ UK /fˈækə‍ltˌi/ ]
[ US /ˈfækəɫti/ ]
  1. the body of teachers and administrators at a school
    the dean addressed the letter to the entire staff of the university
  2. one of the inherent cognitive or perceptual powers of the mind
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How To Use faculty In A Sentence

  • The phenomenon, called droop, has been a focus of Mr. Nakamura and other faculty members at University of California, Santa Barbara, including Soraa co-founders Steve DenBaars and James Speck . The Quest for Cheaper, Better Lights
  • No adversely critical faculty was brought to bear. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nilufer Bharucha, faculty in the department of English and project coordinator, explained that the term diaspora means to be scattered or dispersed across national boundaries, and has been self-consciously used today by postcolonial theorists to describe those who got displaced from their home owing to colonial politics and post-colonial economic realities. Analysis
  • The students and faculty sometimes lead the community members through a brief demonstration of a PBL case tutorial session.
  • Now, whether the presentative faculty of the soul be identical with, or different from, the faculty of sense-perception, in either case the illusion does not occur without our actually seeing or [otherwise] perceiving something. On Dreams
  • But faculty and many of the most gifted students began to drift else-where.
  • One of the "brightest minds" in his class, he was one of the laziest; one of the quickest and most agile when aroused, he was one of the torpids as a rule: One of the kind who should have "gone in for honors," as the faculty said, he came nearer going out for devilment. Found in the Philippines The Story of a Woman's Letters
  • So we set about assembling a team of cross-disciplinary professionals including Dr. Patricia Muehsam, on the faculty of Mount Sinai Medical School; Dr. Peter Roche de Coppens, professor of sociology, anthropology, and psychotherapy at East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania and the Sorbonne in Paris; Dr. Beverly Rubik, a biophysicist who had conducted scientific research in mind-body, subtle energies, and complementary medicine; Dr. J. Manifesting Michelangelo
  • Alternatively, the faculty might have contagious diseases, such as tuberculosis or varicella, and could infect patients.
  • These situations are not hypothetical; they are based on real stories from faculty members across the country.
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