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professor

Academia A member of the faculty at an institution of higher learning who has attained its highest possible academic rank, who possesses special knowledge in an occupation requiring special skills. See 'Chair. '. Cf, Lecturer.
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Taylor is a former vice chair of women's health programs and associate professor of Internal Medicine/Cardiology, Case Western Reserve, and was chief of cardiology at Cleveland VA Medical Center.
The university said it then found that six other female students had been sexually harassed by the associate professor since 1983.
Rosmait, Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Technology
Alexandra Dobrowolsky is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Saint Mary's University, Canada.
Medical units in Benazir Bhutto Hospital and District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital have three professors each including a professor of medicine, assistant professor and associate professor.
Jamila Gul Khattak, Associate Professor (Women Cadre)of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority from the post of Associate Professor BS-19 to the post of Professor BS-20 on acting charge basis with immediate effect.
Until now we have not been able to see how these molecules interact with cells, Associate Professor Lawrence said.
have been nominated by students for inclusion in "Who's Who Among America's Teachers": Carol DeFries, associate professor and chairwoman, humanities and social sciences; Donna Gigliotti, instructor, developmental studies; Christine Grossman, professor, mathematics, science and technology; Barbarn Jones, assistant professor, mathematics, science and technology; Frances Loeffler, professor and chairman, developmental studies; Dr.
Michael Pollard, an associate professor of molecular and experimental medicine at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California, presented his work investigating the immunology and genetics of murine mercury-induced autoimmunity.
Barbara Fast, NCTM, associate professor of piano pedagogy at OU, was the on-site coordinator and did a commendable job of arranging rooms and facilities.
STEVEN GLOVER, PhD, is an associate professor at Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.
Guyer is director of Residency Training at Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital and clinical associate professor of ophthalmology at Cornell University Medical Center in New York.

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