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provost

A high-level academic or administrator at a college or university
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Anniversary Provost Christine Simpson with the charity's longest-serving volunteer Christine Harper
As provost and senior vice president, he has the academic technology services (ATS) office reporting to him.
This will include the Jet Provost T3 in the colours of the RAF Red Pelicans display team, which is a predecessor to the Red Arrows team of today.
"The provost and other office bearers carry out essential civic functions which inevitably mean significant mileage.
During their two-day visit to NU-Q, the provost and his delegation met with faculty and students to discuss academia, research, and student life.
"It was many years ago we found out, but this was the first time I had helped lay a wreath as a provost and it is a lot more poignant."
Hundreds of school pupils entered the competition to design the cards which will be sent from the Provost's and Leader's offices this year.
The additional user space will mean Indian Village will have more to offer, says Provost, including enhanced interpretive programming.
This Week: Brad Patterson, vice provost for student affairs, dean of students at UALR
Blanche (Provost) Holmberg, 79, of Auburn died Sunday, April 26, 2015 in Holy Trinity Rehabilitation Center in Worcester Surrounded by her loving family.She leaves her husband of 57 years, John L.
Two sources close to the search confirmed to The Texas Tribune that the regents will likely name Fenves, currently the provost at UT-Austin, as the sole finalist to replace Bill Powers.
PESHAWAR -- Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences clinched the trophy after defeating PROVOST Department by two wickets in the thrilling final of the fourth University of Peshawar Employees Twenty20 Cricket Tournament played here at University Campus ground on Thursday.