Institution Sample Clauses

Institution. Parents of enrolled students, administrators, students, faculty, staff, and board members of the institution.  Higher Education Institution: Enrolled students, faculty, and staff of the institution.  Government: Households, businesses, and other related individuals within the government entity’s jurisdiction.  Corporate: Employees, consultants, contractors, and board members of the corporation.
Institution. For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions, the “Institution” means the institution purchasing goods and services for which a Purchase Order has been lawfully issued to the Vendor.
Institution. In this agreement, "institution" means M.O.R.E. Services Inc..
Institution d. Why the employee is pursuing such a program. Also, for extenuating circumstances and upon employee written explanation of need, the administration may grant leave for less than full-time college education or vocational training (e.g. limited availability of needed courses or need to take the final two courses for graduation). At least once per college or vocational school semester while on leave, the employee shall submit to the Human Resources Office student grade reports or transcripts in order to verify continuing eligibility for such leave. Upon completion of leave the employee shall either post (not bump) into a position pursuant to Article 11 or shall have her/his employment terminated.
Institution. The Institution is and shall be the sole and exclusive owner of the Institution System, Institution related items on the Debit Card, and all Intellectual Property Rights therein.
Institution. A public institution within the meaning of the AHSSS.
Institution. The Institution provides all other equipment and facilities necessary for the Student to carry out the research project and complete his/her Thesis. Publications MRL and EPSRC sponsorship must be acknowledged in all publications relating to the research project. A copy of the Student’s Thesis, journal articles, and conference papers will be submitted to MRL at the same time they are submitted for examination/peer-review or at least 30 days before any other publication. MRL may post Student publications on its web site --