American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From New Latin academia, from Ancient Greek Ἀκαδημία (Akadēmia); see academy. Academe (frequently capitalized) is a poetic name for the garden or grove near ancient Athens where Plato taught, supposedly named for its former owner, the hero Ἀκάδημος (Akademos; Ἑκάδημος, Hekademos).
Academe Sentence Examples
There is also access to thoughtful and provocative essays by opinionated people inside and outside academe on an array of subjects.
And, since the Net is relatively new to British academe, what is it?
Since joining academe, he has received grants from government, industry, and private foundations.