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fellowship

[fel′ōship]
Etymology: As, feolaga, friendly association
a grant given to a person to pay for study or training or to allow payment for work on a special project. It provides a stipend and in some cases the miscellaneous expenses involved in the study, training, or project.

fellowship

Graduate education A post-residency training period of 1–2 yrs in a subspecialty–eg, hand surgery, which allows a specialized physician to develop a particular expertise that may have a related subspecialty board; fellowship time is often used to prepare for specialty boards examinations. See Training.

fellowship

(fel'o-ship?) [ME. felaweshipe]
An awarded or sponsored educational experience leading to specialized training.
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7) However, the opportunity for research or publishing experience was ranked as most important for selection of fellowships for only 19.
The 184 artists, scholars and scientists receiving fellowships this year in the 78th annual competition were chosen from a pool of 2,800 applicants from the United States and Canada, and will receive awards totaling $6,750,000.
The law firm of Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw LLP will underwrite a year-long fellowship position in support of the Lend-A-Lawyer program.
A screening committee and selection panel will follow the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 as a guideline in awarding Native American, Alaskan Native, and Native Hawaiian artists a fellowship.
The goal of this fellowship program in HESC research is to train highly skilled research scientists to pursue research problems on the basic characteristics of HESCs and their applications to the study of disease.
The fellowship winners will be announced in October.
For further information about the Reuter Fellowships contact: Stephen Somerville, Director of The Reuter Foundation, 85 Fleet Street, London EC4P 4AJ
Through the fellowship, they gain practical experience that enhances and reinforces their academic studies.
These fellowships will ensure a focus on the important health concerns that affect future generations of women.
In addition to offering the fellowships, the AT&T Foundation will be the primary sponsor, with a grant of $165,000, of an international conference on industrial ecology to be held May 9-13, 1994, in Irvine, Calif.
Aside from monetary support through Fellowships, Symantec supports universities by offering corporate spokespersons for seminars and lectures to students and faculties.

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