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Swanson School Of Engineering - History - Deans
... Nine individuals have served in the position of the Dean of the School of Engineering over its history ... Deans of the Swanson School of Engineering Years Dean 1882–1908 Daniel Carhart 1910–1927 Frederick L ...
List Of University Of Florida Faculty And Administrators - Deans, Directors and Chairmen
... Kirby Barrick, Current Dean of the University of Florida College of Agricultural and Life Sciences George F ... the University of Florida Anthony Catanese, Professor of Architecture, former Dean of the College of Architecture and current President of Florida Institute of Technology ... of the University of Florida and chair of the Department of Psychiatry Michael Good, Current Dean of the University of Florida College of Medicine Bob Graham, Former ...
Deans, Ontario
... Deans, Ontario can mean the following places Deans, Parry Sound District, Ontario, a ghost town located in the geographic township of Laurier, Parry Sound ... Deans Township, Ontario a geographic township in Sudbury District ... Deans, Seneca Township, Haldimand County, Ontario see Indiana, Ontario ...
Conference Of Postgraduate Medical Deans
... The Conference of Postgraduate Medical Deans (COPMeD) provides a forum for postgraduate deans of the National Health Service of the United Kingdom to discuss current issues, share best practice ... It also acts as a focal point for contact between the postgraduate medical deans and other organisations, for example Medical royal colleges General Medical Council British Medical Association Academy of Medical ...
List Of Clergy Educated At Jesus College, Oxford - Alumni - Deans
... Carr 1964 ... BA Literae Humaniores (2nd) Dean of Westminster Abbey (1997–2006) Edwards, Henry ThomasHenry Thomas Edwards 1860 ... BA Dean of Bangor (1876–1884 ...

Famous quotes containing the word deans:

    In a large university, there are as many deans and executive heads as there are schools and departments. Their relations to one another are intricate and periodic; in fact, “galaxy” is too loose a term: it is a planetarium of deans with the President of the University as a central sun. One can see eclipses, inner systems, and oppositions.
    Jacques Barzun (b. 1907)

    In literary circles, the men of trust and consideration, bookmakers, editors, university deans and professors, bishops, too, were by no means men of the largest literary talent, but usually of a low and ordinary intellectuality, with a sort of mercantile activity and working talent. Indifferent hacks and mediocrities tower, by pushing their forces to a lucrative point, or by working power, over multitudes of superior men, in Old as in New England.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)