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provost

A high-level academic or administrator at a college or university
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For more than 40 years, Provost Umphrey's mission has remained to seek justice for those most in need -- those who have suffered a personal injury or death due to the wrongful conduct of others.
Caption: As provost, Adkison will serve as HSU's chief academic officer.
After starting the Challenge, Provost recognized that her email marketing efforts were misplaced, and she met with a superintendent who pointed out another flaw in her marketing strategy.
Before her appointment as associate provost, GlenMaye was director of the School of Social Work at Wichita State, where she contributed toward the development and accreditation of the Master of Social Work program.
The provost is not to receive any prisoner without a crime specified in writing and signed by the person committing him.
Mr Stephen said: "Lord Provosts' terms include a clothing allowance, and the Lady Provost plays a significant role in civic duties.
She has been vice provost at Central Michigan University since 2001.
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Provost was born a leader; been in charge long before he was picked as the state's top captive regulator.
Provost looks back on his 1957-64 run on "Lassie" with fondness, especially toward June Lockhart who played his mother for most of the years he was on the show.
This marks the fourth year the Provost Hockey Camp for Beginners will be held in Lethbridge.
PROVOST, an assistant chief examiner with Vermont's captive insurance division, has been tapped to run the division as deputy commissioner when its longtime head LEONARD CROUSE retires in June.