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Definitions of regius professor in various dictionaries:
noun - holder of a British professorship created by a royal patron
REGIUS PROFESSOR - Of or pertaining to a king; royal.
REGIUS PROFESSOR - A Regius Professor is a university professor with royal patronage or appointment. They are a unique feature of academia in the British Isles. The fir...
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|Distinguished academic — one in four progresses improperly|
|Lecturer goes for surprise rave!|
|For Sir's super-ego is dented by prestigious chairman?|
|Claim by coach made in poetic form|
|Senior academic, awful gossiper for sure|
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A Regius Professor is a university professor with royal patronage or appointment. They are a unique feature of academia in the British Isles. The first Regius Professorship was in the field of medicine, and founded by the Scottish King James IV at the University of Aberdeen in 1497. Regius chairs have since been instituted in various universities, in disciplines judged to be fundamental and for which there is a continuing and significant need. Each was established by an English, Scottish, or British monarch, and following proper advertisement and interview through the offices of the university and the national government, the current monarch still appoints the professor (except for those at the University of Dublin in Ireland, which left the United Kingdom in 1922). This royal imprimatur, and the relative rarity of these professorships, means a Regius chair is prestigious and highly sought-after.|
* Regius Professors are traditionally addressed as "Regius" and not "Professor". The University of Glasgow currently has the highest number of extant Regius chairs, at thirteen.*