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endowment

A whole bunch of money given by a person to an academic institution, generally to support research
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"We took his words to heart, and set out with an ambitious goal to raise the funds to endow a professorship in his name for the College."
2017 could see another trend emerging - major smartphone companies are expected to endow their flagships with edge-to-edge displays.
Members are encouraged to help endow the Charles Hamm Fellowship and create a research residency "at the Rock."
The cost of endowing a bed is PS200, and it is the hope of the Mayor of Wallasey to raise sufficient to endow one bed by the sale of flags tomorrow, and to raise a second PS200 by means of the special matinee performances to be given at the Scala Theatre, Seacombe, next Wednesday; at the Winter Gardens, New Brighton, the following Wednesday; and at the Queen's Picturedrome, Poulton Road, Seacombe, on some day in the following week.
Endowed staff positions might not be as common as endowed faculty positions, but Rollins is not the only college with them.
By endowing the chair, SABIC seeks to create a world-class center of ex- cellence in polymer catalysis based on a synergistic collaboration between the newly endowed KAUST chair and SABIC's own well-established exper- tise in catalyst development, a state- ment said.
By endowing the chair, Sabic seeks to create a world-class centre of excellence in polymer catalysis based on a synergistic collaboration between the newly endowed Kaust chair and Sabic's own well-established expertise in catalyst development, a statement said.
Flexibility; Minimum Premium to Endow; Cash Accumulation; Maximum Retirement Income; GMWB; Rolling Targets; Guaranteed Coverage to Age 100; Overloan Protection Rider
As new UO team stunt and gymnastics coach Felecia Mulkey begins to market her program after being hired Thursday, she'll be armed by what she said could be the nation's first fully endowed scholarship for the sport.
So far, Laurentian's only endowed chair is in cancer research.
Mario DiCicco, O.F.M., president and rector of FST, said the three-year grant will renew the school's efforts to establish an endowment for permanent support of this professorship in the form of an endowed chair in systematic theology named after Kenan.