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your alma mater is a school you graduated from

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He mentioned that only this year 500 students of UoK and its affiliated institutions were being awarded with the scholarship by the members of UKAA Washington DC Baltimore Chapter as an expression of gratitude to their Alma mater.
The pop-up store has been created for three days from 8th-10th July at Alma Mater store premises 209, 4th Cross Road, 6th Block, Koramangala.
Born: September 20, 1994 Home town: Alappuzha, Kerala Alma mater: Mar Ivanios College,Thiruvananthapuram Years active: 2010-2014
"My wife and I are excited about returning to Aggieland and becoming an integral part of my alma mater. Texas A&M University and Mays Business School have been on an upward trajectory for some time, and I know that's definitely a tradition that the talented faculty, dedicated staff and wonderful students want to continue."
With respect to alma mater affiliation, the results for the general members in the Senate also suggest that having a general member on the committee reduces funding.
For a long time Dexter struggled with undiagnosed A.D.D., failed to finish his degree at Morehouse College (the alma mater of the males in the King family), and was deeply shaken by his grandmother's murder.
He served as principal of Whittier High School before returning to his alma mater as personnel administrator--the first Mexican-American administrator at Hobbs Municipal School District.
Not one to shirk his alma mater, Schultz has served on the executive council of the College of Business Administration and Economics at California State University, Fullerton, and was its president in 1996.
Kangas first came to the Society in 1982, bringing special expertise in strategic planning and fundraising honed in volunteer work for the Kimball Educational Foundation of the University of Kansas, his alma mater. He served on the Society's Organizational Effectiveness Task Force and has been a major proponent of nationwide standards for our programs and services.
Seated before us is the ideal Teacher, the spiritual mother of us all, Alma Mater, arms out, scepter of wisdom in her hand.
In a previous item we reported that the city of Columbus, Georgia, citing "security concerns," sought an injunction forbidding SOA Watch from holding a march to the gate of Fort Benning, home of the School of the Americas, the alma mater of some of the most infamous state terrorists in Central America.
(Carson, California), recently announced plans to donate $1.3 million to Northeastern University (Boston, Massachusetts), his alma mater. Levine, a 1957 civil engineering graduate, appearing at a university ceremony celebrating his gift said, "Since I've been blessed in so many ways, it is extremely important to me to give back to society.
Don't miss this chance to visit your alma mater and meet the next generation of paper industry professionals.
It has not been experimentally verified," says Maldacena, who is spending the year as a visiting professor at his alma mater, Princeton University.
Drake also received the Centurian Award from her alma mater, Bradley University, recognizing professional excellence in editorial writing that has brought honor to the school.