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Synonyms for dean

faculty head


Words related to dean

an administrator in charge of a division of a university or college

United States film actor whose moody rebellious roles made him a cult figure (1931-1955)

a man who is the senior member of a group


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(Roman Catholic Church) the head of the College of Cardinals

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Khalid bin Salim bin Abdullah Al Abri as assistant to dean of the Higher College of Technology for Administrative and Financial Affairs; Dr.
1999) surveyed allied health deans to ascertain their research productivity and institutional expectations regarding scholarship.
In an interview just two months into the job, Dean Wright cautioned that he is still "figuring out which end is up," but has some initial thoughts about the direction he would like to see the foundation take.
The newly installed deans bring a broader range of backgrounds to the post, some with deep corporate experience and governmental roles.
The facts presented concerning the teaching duties of deans are confirmed by Miss Partridge's study of teaching responsibilities of deans in 30 colleges of liberal arts in the north central region.
To build business partnerships, the Dean will align employee learning and development to business strategies.
All of which gives Deans the chance to play detective.
In a series of questions to both deans and new teachers about their pre-service (i.
The way artist Dean Fausett tells it, the story of why he is doing a series of paintings for America's Historic Forests starts back in 1769,with a tale of horror.
Hennessy as dean of the School of Engineering, effective Sept.
In his newly-created position, Deans will manage Norsat's participation in Europe's ASTRA-NET return channel system (ARCS) project.
Scott Deans is a graduate of British Columbia Institute of Technology.
This road trip starts at the former site of Competition Motors in Hollywood where Dean picked up his brand new and freshly tuned 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder nicknamed “Little Bastard.
By Carolyn Dean (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 1999.