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fellowship

[fel′ōship]
Etymology: As, feolaga, friendly association
a grant given to a person to pay for study or training or to allow payment for work on a special project. It provides a stipend and in some cases the miscellaneous expenses involved in the study, training, or project.

fellowship

Graduate education A post-residency training period of 1–2 yrs in a subspecialty–eg, hand surgery, which allows a specialized physician to develop a particular expertise that may have a related subspecialty board; fellowship time is often used to prepare for specialty boards examinations. See Training.

fellowship

(fel'o-ship?) [ME. felaweshipe]
An awarded or sponsored educational experience leading to specialized training.
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Also interestingly, few residents responded that they pursued additional fellowship training because they felt their residency did not prepare them to enter practice.
President of the fellowship Jonathan Ouvry, chairman John Burton, and actor Gabriel Woolf, all spoke of Mrs Adams' hard work in helping to bring George Eliot back to the forefront of English literature.
Parties interested in supporting the Fellowship with a tax-deductible gift can send a check or make a credit card contribution by contacting Lisa Klimkiewicz at NYU Steinhardt, at 212-998-6942 or lisa.
The Phillips Foundation awards $75,000 and $50,000 full-time fellowships and $25,000 part-time fellowships to undertake and complete a one-year project of the applicant's choosing focusing on journalism supportive of American culture and a free society.
does not defend the constitutionality of the Prison Fellowship program itself," Ira C.
This year, the Fellowship is expanding with a new pilot program for nurses who work in Veteran Administration facilities.
The Wednesday fellowship is a less threatening way, a more intimate way, for people who have been away from going to church to reconnect,'' said Magala, who grew up attending the Anglican Church in Uganda.
Working print journalists with less than five years' experience may apply for the 2006 Phillips Foundation Journalism Fellowship Program offering $50,000 full-time, and $25,000 part-time fellowships.
Interdisciplinary research projects are encouraged, although this is not a requirement for the fellowship.
Joanna Grace of Madison, Wisconsin, reports, since receiving the Fellowship, she's been "talked up around town" and now has fifty-one private students and a waiting list as well.
Fellowship within the ADAA is only available to current members and only to those with documented educational achievements.
But the inaugural meeting of the Asian Camping Fellowship in July 2004, found over seventy camp leaders from Hong Kong, Malaysia, Mongolia, Japan, and Australia gathered at Nairamdal International Children's Centre to develop their vision of creating a better world for children through camping.

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