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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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This study collects the views of different deans in two selected public universities in Pakistan.
The hosts - Faculty of Science Dean Prof Dr Muhammad Faheem Malik, Faculty of Arts Dean Prof Dr Fareeshullah Yousufzai, Faculty of Social Sciences Dean Dr Fauzia Maqsood, Faculty of Engineering and Technology Dean Prof.
He lamented that the BOG should declare and announce properly all the degree and criteria in the newspaper and all marks should also announce through which the selection of deans for KGMC made possible on merit.
Khalid bin Salim bin Abdullah Al Abri as assistant to dean of the Higher College of Technology for Administrative and Financial Affairs; Dr.
Stephanie Bellar was named dean of UCA's Graduate College.
A media source at the Diyala University told NINA correspondent that five deans were relieved; Dr.
Deans was taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus, where he was pronounced dead a short time later.
Thomas University has announced the appointment of Alfredo Garcia as dean of its law school, and Joseph Richard Hurt recently resigned as dean of Barry University's Dwayne O.
Kruger and Washburn (1987) evaluated the status of tenure and promotion practices in nursing education by surveying deans of selected nursing programs nationwide.
As the Anglican Foundation approaches its 50th anniversary, its new executive director, Dean John Wright, wants to increase significantly its endowment, bring its image and online presence up to date and forge a somewhat different profile from his charismatic predecessor, Canon John Erb.
The newly installed deans bring a broader range of backgrounds to the post, some with deep corporate experience and governmental roles.
I suspect that prospective students and their parents wonder sometimes whether admission deans are educators or sales managers.
Having served as Bishop of Dudley (in the Worcester diocese) from 1993, prior to becoming Dean of Liverpool in 2000, he retains the office, the title (Rt Rev compared with the usual Very Rev for deans) and the purple stock which marks out a bishop's vestments.
The perceptions of academic deans of environmental factors that predict their perceived fit at their institutions were studied.
HEARTS have accused former chairman Leslie Deans of trying to buy the club "on the cheap" after it was revealed they turned down an pounds 8million offer from a Deans-led consortium.