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a high-ranking university administrator

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Last month, 13 Provost Umphrey lawyers -- more than half the firm -- were listed in the 2016 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
Asked how long he hopes to serve as UO provost, Coltrane said provosts typically are hired on a year-to-year basis but are evaluated at five-year intervals.
Background: Adkison comes to Henderson State from Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, where he is provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.
Oil and gas production began in Provost in the 1970 s and has led to tremendous growth in the area, positioning it as an industry leader in providing skilled labor and industry infrastructure.
Before the challenge, Provost promoted her program to random school districts by email, avoiding that dreaded personal contact and the extra time necessary for face-to-face pitches.
On hearing news of her mum's election, the Deputy First Minister went on Twitter to say: "Well done to my mum, elected today as provost of North Ayrshire.
We've announced a new provost and we've gone with an internal choice and it's a national, Professor Mohammad Yousuf, Associate Dean of Medicine," said Dr Abdullah Al Khanbashi, Vice-Chancellor of UAEU.
As associate provost, GlenMaye's responsibilities will include faculty/personnel issues, student issues and serving as WSU's representative to the Kansas Board of Regents Transfer and Articulation Advisory Council.
William Marony, provost marshal to the Army of the United Colonies, serving in the Massachusetts Bay; he is, therefore, in all things appertaining to his office, to be considered and obeyed as such.
But Mr Stephen, Lib Dem Lord Provost of Aberdeen, one of four ceremonial figures in Scotland's largest cities, last night defended his claims, which were within his pounds 4,000-a-year allowance.
Riordan, now the vice provost for academic affairs at Central Michigan University, will begin her new duties in August.
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Provost, the new, lowkey and understated deputy insuranee commissioner for captive insurance in the Vermont Department of Banking, Insurance, Securities & Health Care Administration, won't have to yell to be heard, even if he has aspirations of matching his ebullient and expansive predecessor Len Crouse.
Jon Provost isn't one of those child stars who hit the skids once his TV fame dimmed.
It took him a couple of years but it appears Kevin Provost is finally going to run the youth hockey camp he had envisioned.