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      shed ur definitional lights please. i am so confused between the 2 titles. i want to pick associate, and my promoting boss wants to give me assistant director.

      i won;t take it!

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      i think associate looks better

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      I don’t know whether it’s a matter of the job title by itself – but usually, the title is also linked to a job rank… and in terms of rank, an Assistant Director may be a rank below the Associate Director.

      I’m making this inference from how ank titles work in the academic and medical fields where you have Assistant Professors, Associate Professors and Full Professors… similarly, you have Assitant Deans, Associate Deans, and Deans and so on.
      For reason, ruling alone, is a force confining - and passion, unattended, is a flame that burns to its own destruction - Khalil Gibran

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      Quote Originally Posted by Dushwari
      shed ur definitional lights please. i am so confused between the 2 titles. i want to pick associate, and my promoting boss wants to give me assistant director.

      i won;t take it!
      Are u serious!? ...... I thought you are a high-school teen who is opening up threads every now and then and has lots of free time.

      Anyway, my understanding of these titles is same as mentioned by Umar bhai.
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      thank you Umar Bhai


      I will be associate director at an education dept in a university in NY.
      currently, i am a research associate.

      You made my day, and I really hoped that I you will post the reply as u are in academia as well.


      Insha Allah from Sept. I will be associate dir for a grant on NYS Teacher education quality program until 08.

      thanks,

      Dushwari

      Quote Originally Posted by Umar Talib
      I don’t know whether it’s a matter of the job title by itself – but usually, the title is also linked to a job rank… and in terms of rank, an Assistant Director may be a rank below the Associate Director.

      I’m making this inference from how ank titles work in the academic and medical fields where you have Assistant Professors, Associate Professors and Full Professors… similarly, you have Assitant Deans, Associate Deans, and Deans and so on.

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      ^ awesome stuff! best of luck!
      For reason, ruling alone, is a force confining - and passion, unattended, is a flame that burns to its own destruction - Khalil Gibran

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