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fel·low

(fel'ō),
A board-qualified specialist pursuing subspecialty training.

fellow

Etymology: AS, feolaga, friendly association
1 a member of a learned society.
2 a graduate student who holds a position in a university or college.
3 a peer, associate, or person of the same class or rank.

fellow

A physician who has completed medical school, internship and a residency, and is in fellowship, see there.

fel·low

(fel'ō)
A board-qualified specialist pursuing subspecialty training.
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In the event that a Fellow Is unable to attend the conference, the local association and/or state affiliate will be encouraged to recognize the Fellow.
He is the Martin Wise Goodman (NF '62) Canadian Nieman Fellow.
The center will organize a co-curricular program to ensure that the fellows get to know each other and each other's work.
In an attempt to protect fellow officers from embarrassment or potential disciplinary action, some members of law enforcement try to resolve the situation privately, even covertly.
ACPE is proud to present our newest Distinguished Fellows and Fellows who were awarded Fellowship at the Spring Institute in New York in April.
The net result of this year's effort will be to focus the Fellows on contributing to the Association in support of the contract management community.
The ACM Fellows Program celebrates exceptional contributions of leading members in the computing field who have helped to enlighten researchers, developers, practitioners and end-users of information technology throughout the world.
They're Disney Fellows, part of a program started three years ago with the hiring of Hillis, whose astonishing breadth of interests and accomplishments by age 40 would be really annoying if he weren't so damned nice.
Students whose teachers came from the Teaching Fellows program learned slightly less (1 percent of a standard deviation) in reading than similar students with traditionally certified teachers, but this difference faded as the teachers gained experience.
Interestingly, the survey turned up a number of items that are not considered by many Fellows as important keys to influence.
At the same time, the fellows earn a master's degree in the subject they are teaching.
Hoover Institution fellows have been pleased to offer ideas for thoughtful consideration and are excited to be part of a continuing dialogue going forward.