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Synonyms for academe

the academic world

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The collaboration between the government, academe, and industry sectors have become not only crucial, but essential to nation building,' says GAIN Chairman, Dr.
It is Serviam's hope to make an impact, no matter how small or insignificant it may be, in all segments of society, including but not limited to the media, academe and the youth.
Although Frodeman lists several topics for reflection (gender policies, CRISPR, and the nature of impact, among others), all of which present interesting ethical, legal, and societal issues, I think we have a larger problem that deserves our full attention: the current reward system in academe is designed to encourage puzzle solving rather than problem solving.
ICT Dgte envisions the ICT Industry as an Asset of Dumaguete City and Negros Oriental linking the ICT Industry with academe, government, and business.
The National Industry-Academe Council (NIAC), whose members composed of top industry leaders from various sectors and heads from the academe, stressed that the administration of President Benigno Aquino III should "remain steadfast in the program's implementation.
The belief is that lowering the cost of administering academe allows for either more accountability to the sources of educational funding or less concern about the diminishing resources afforded to higher education.
in contexts that do not readily understand or accept their difference, such that Latinas find it challenging to become incorporated into and legitimated within academe.
The meeting also provides opportunities for member governments to interact with ADB staff, non-government organizations, media, and representatives of observer countries, international organizations, academe and the private sector.
This multi-layered book illuminates how government, industry, and academe create, manage, and operate technocratic projects.
As someone who worked in academe as a nurse educator for more than 30 years, an added factor that I think warrants scrutiny is the failure of the academic community to address the difference in job satisfiers, including incomes, that exist between nurses in education and those in practice.
The Prudent Professor: Planning and Saving for a Worry-Free Retirement from Academe is a pick for any professor considering the pros and cons of varied plans offered by TIAA-CREF, one of the largest financial institutions serving education and non-profit employees.
Twelve business leaders from across the patch - including representatives from Solihull companies' Abio and Academe Properties - got together for a brainstorming session with a difference.
Tedious journeys; autoethnography by women of color in academe.
Some 3,000 participants, including government leaders, central bank governors and finance ministers, as well as representatives from the private sector, academe, media and civil society groups from around the world are expected to attend the event at Tashkent's Uzexpocentre Complex.
Second, a Professor Johnston has written from the Groves of Academe complaining about the absence of academic geography in the magazine (Editor's letter).