"According to (professor Howard) Suber, the (UCLA) film school's plan is
to maintain only the minimum number of tenured faculty necessary to
'mind the store.'  The rest of the teaching complement will be 'studio
professors,' successful professionals who teach part-time when their
schedules allow, and 'technical instructors,' recent graduates hired for
up to two years to teach students 'how to load a magazine and which end
of the camera to look through."
Daniel Slocum Hinerfeld, "Bright Lights, Big Deals,"  LINGUA FRANCA, 1,
no. 6 (August 1991), p. 37.