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  • noun

Synonyms for academician

someone elected to honorary membership in an academy

a scholar who is skilled in academic disputation

an educator who works at a college or university

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Academician Bexheti is adamant that the 2013 budget is adopted in a "forcible manner in the country's fiscal history and unfortunately in conditions of a fiscal emergency.
This model must be altered and the conditions must be improved in order for private businessmen to be able to invest," said academician Fiti.
Kantha further reiterated that the MoU would enable the university to source academicians on a long-term basis from India.
In the Advisory Board Meeting, Academician Cheng-Wen Wu of Academia Sinica has exchanged opinions with NCKU Heads on the topic of world ranking, and he believed that university ranking is only a reference and as a comprehensive university, NCKU can only make key developments with limited resources.
The Ambassador presented the academician a complete set of "Manas.
Ascoli (an academician and the grandson of Julius Rosenwald) is the definitive biography of Rosenwald, a pioneer not only in transforming Sears, Roebuck into the greatest mail-order firm in the world, but also in philanthropy.
TAINAN, Taiwan -- National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Taiwan, has awarded Academician Cheng-Sheng Tu and Academician Ing-Kang Ho as Honorary Professors on June 23rd, as President Michael Ming-Chiao Lai personally presented the certificates to Academician Cheng-Sheng Tu and Prof.
Opposition RDK plans to race with academician Abdulmenaf Bexheti in Tetovo.
Five academician of Central for Instructional Design (CID) of the University presented the cheque amounting Rs 50,000 to the Vice-Chancellor, AlOU Professor Dr.
Knowledgeably compiled and expertly edited by retired academician and scholar Minoru Kiyota, The Case Of The Japanese Americans During World War II: Suppression Of Civil Liberty is a comprehensive study of the incarcerated treatment of the 112,000 Japanese-Americans imprisoned in a system of camps in America after the Pearl Harbor attack that launched America's overt involvement in World War II.
Compiled and edited by electrical engineer and academician Steven T.
Battling For Souls: The Vaad Hatzala Rescue Committee In Post-War Europe by academician and historian Alex Grobman tells the story of the men, women, and rabbinical leaders of the Vaad Hatzala Rescue Committee, who strived to keep and nourish the spark of Jewish spirit in the hearts of survivors in the wake of the unspeakable atrocities of the Holocaust.
Jow-Lay Huang of Department of Materials Science and Engineering in National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, is elected as the Academician of the World Academy of Ceramics (WAC).
The letter was circulated among the academicians, filmmakers, scholars, and writers in the countries by Huma Dar a California-based Kashmiri academician, Mohammad Junaid and Ather Zia both Anthropology scholars in the US as part of their month-long multifaceted campaign ahead of Guru's death anniversary.
Ritual House: Drawing On Nature's Rhythms For Architecture And Urban Design is an eclectic and innovative introduction and study of urban planning and architectural design drawing upon the years of experience and expertise of academician, researcher, architectural policy and design consultant Ralph Knowles.