William Williams, Anglesey He was awarded Associateship
in 2005 for his submission on the role of groups and societies in agriculture.
Training Programmes/ Courses/ Fellowships/ Associateships
Secondly, the compulsory retirement of High Court justices at age 70 may have indirectly controlled the institution of associateship
Sometimes the academic partner will have a candidate in mind for the associateship
, but most posts are filled through an open recruitment process that includes advertising and posting openings on the KTP website.
offers "[g]ood money, bad hours," and wasn't begun with a particularly compelling exercise of free will (Laird, p.
He later returned to the United States to accept a teaching associateship
from Ohio State University, and to pursue advanced studies in arts education.
He achieved his ambition, but not before long hours of studying in his own time to qualify for an associateship
of the Institute of Bankers put him on the road.
The rules for admission to associateship
of the Manchester and Sheffield Institutes were almost identical.
This research was performed while the first author held a National Research Council Research Associateship
Award at NOAA Beaufort Laboratory.
The financial support in the form of Research Associateship
A farrier since 1972, Curtis has published two text books on the subject, and is the only member of his profession to be awarded an honorary associateship
of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
This work was performed while the first author held a National Research Council (NASA/ Ames Research Center) research associateship