- a thing added to something else as a supplementary rather than an essential part；a person who is another's assistant or subordinate
- connected or added to something；(of an academic post) attached to the staff of a university in a temporary or assistant capacity
noun: adjunct, plural noun: adjuncts
- 1. a thing added to something else as a supplementary rather than an essential part computer technology is an adjunct to learning
- ▪ a person who is another's assistant or subordinate a talented adjunct desperately grabbing at officer status
- 2. a word or phrase that constitutes an optional element or is considered of secondary importance in a sentence, for example on the table in we left some flowers on the table.
- ▪ (in systemic grammar) an obligatory or optional adverbial functioning as a constituent of clause structure.
- 1. connected or added to something other adjunct therapies include immunotherapy
- ▪ (of an academic post) attached to the staff of a university in a temporary or assistant capacity an adjunct professor of entomology
- a thing added to something else as a supplementary rather than an essential part: computer technology is an adjunct to learning
- connected or added to something, typically in an auxiliary way: other alternative or adjunct therapies include immunotherapy
Oxford American Dictionary
Adjunct Faculty 兼任教職 Professor 教授 Associate Professor 副教授 Assistant Professor 助理教授 Specially Appointed Professor 特聘教授
...講師Instructor助教Teaching Assistant兼任教授Adjunct Professor兼任副教授Adjunct Associate Professor...
一般，“兼任教授” 在美國是稱之為“Adjunct Professor”。 所以我建議翻譯如下，給您參考： I teach statistics at National Taiwan University as an adjunct, and seem competent enough to actually enjoy it :-)