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Stella Matutina (Jesuit School) - Scholarship
... The Jesuit professors were expected to publish in their respective fields and not a few of them taught at the Gregorian University after or before they were at the Stella ... XI and Ludwig von Pastor went to Feldkirch to conduct joint research with Jesuit professors of the Stella ...
Marty Morell - Discography - Jazz Professors
... "The Jazz Professors Live at the UCF-Orlando Jazz Festival" - The Jazz Professors (Flying Horse, 2012) "Do That Again" - The Jazz Professors (Flying Horse, 2013) ...
Cheung Kong Graduate School Of Business - Faculty and Research
... faculty comprises an international staff of 33 full-time professors and 16 long-term visiting professors ... The school's professors publish research in top academic journals at rates comparable with those of top 20 business schools world wide ...
Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College - General Information
... and staff members are one Vice-Principal, 16 Professors, 19 Associate Professors, 14 Assistant Professors, 2 Curators, 42 Lecturers, 2 Pathologists, one Biochemist, and one Pharmacist ... professional examinations under Rajshahi university.The current principal is Professor Dr.Ahsan Habib (head dept ...
St├Ądelschule - Teachers
... Professors Prof ... Judith Hopf, Fine Art Prof ...

Famous quotes containing the word professors:

    Dilettantes appreciate the work, professors the master at the same time.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    To the degree that respect for professors ... has risen in our society, respect for writers has fallen. Today the professorial intellect has achieved its highest public standing since the world began, while writers have come to be called “men of letters,” by which is meant people who are prevented by some obscure infirmity from becoming competent journalists.
    Robert Musil (1880–1942)

    Professors of literature, who for the most part are genteel but mediocre men, can make but a poor defense of their profession, and the professors of science, who are frequently men of great intelligence but of limited interests and education, feel a politely disguised contempt for it; and thus the study of one of the most pervasive and powerful influences on human life is traduced and neglected.
    Yvor Winters (1900–1968)