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provost

A high-level academic or administrator at a college or university
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Gottfredson hired Coltrane as provost after looking closely at 11 candidates who were winnowed to four finalists.
Matthew Elliott, chief executive of the Taxpayers' Alliance, said: "It is foolish of the Lord Provost to bill struggling taxpayers for designer jeans.
I have to share a platform with other provosts at social functions who are paid more, and the clothing allowance allows me to buy clothes to represent the council at these events.
Michael, vice provost for diversity and academic initiatives, keeps a database of diversity officers at IHEs around the country.
A LORD Provost is at the centre of a religious row after refusing to attend any Jewish events.
THE Provost of Coventry Cathedral John Petty (left) will make history tomorrow as he becomes the city's first Dean - but he will be leaving the job within days.
Gretchen Bataille, provost and academic vice president and professor of English at Washington State University.
A GLOBETROTTING lord provost led foreign trips costing pounds 60,000 in just nine months last year.
According to Kent State University Vice Provost Steve Michael, the initial conversation at the ACE conference arose after Michael and staffers in his office built a database of diversity officers nationwide.
The first move for the provosts is to find whether USC athletes received preferential treatment in the class.
Provost Systems provides administrators, professors and students streamlined technology to efficiently track progress of students and their institution's resources.
Provost Hinds has refused to go to several Jewish events in recent months and asked her deputy, councillor Steve Cardownie, to go in her place.