Using data from those initial tests as a baseline, Deans
explains, they now have some very good ideas about the time it takes sonic waves to pass through various kinds of wood at various stages of deterioration.
Despite the present limited requirements for elementary education majors in science and in science teaching methods, both deans
and new teachers say more is needed.
My family has stories of this," says Dean
Fausett, who is descended from William Dean
Former engineering dean
James Gibbons, who held the post from 1984 to 1995 concurred: "He's firm, thoughtful, and he can focus on what will make the School successful in the future.
I am very excited to be joining the company, and I am looking forward to creating value for Norsat's customers and shareholders," said Deans
With Wendy Gillett, nationally syndicated food columnist and dip etiquette expert and deans
on how they plan to win the contest using only chips.
1992) surveyed the deans
of nursing schools nation wide to determine the organizational factors that influence the role expectations of nursing faculty about clinical practice.
Since 2004, the foundation has also supported a Web broadcast initiative from the primate, Archbishop Andrew Hutchison, called Conversations with the Primate, and Dean
Wright wants to make more use of the Internet.
It will be crucial for business school deans
to look carefully at what we teach and how we teach it.
presents intriguing evidence that wealth was by the 1600s a significant criterion of eliteness: in the jostling over ceremonial privileges, relatively poor but aristocratic Inkas lodged complaints against Inkas of lesser rank but more money (108-109).
We would have been thrilled to have Starr here, but we also knew that we couldn't go indefinitely without a dean
Before becoming Dean
at Darden in 1998, Snyder was a faculty member at the University of Michigan's business school, most recently serving as Senior Associate Dean
with direct responsibility for faculty matters and professional degree programs.