Scholars Sample Clauses

Scholars. As of June 2019, GRAIN supported nine PhD and eight MSc scholars at Haryana Agricultural University (HAU) and Punjab Agricultural University (PAU). A tenth PhD student has yet to receive a visa. During the period, one additional student returned to Afghanistan due to family circumstances, bringing the total to three for the semester (one PhD and two MSc). Final grades for the spring 2019 semester were posted. The three HAU PhD students received satisfactory to excellent marks in their first semester; among the MSc students, three students received satisfactory to excellent marks in their second semester, but four failed one or more courses (one student failed two courses). Four of five PAU PhD students received satisfactory to excellent marks in their first semester; one student failed one course. Recognizing the challenges Afghan graduate students face in studying abroad, often for the first time, GRAIN is working closely with the Program Coordinators at HAU and PAU, as well as directly with the students, in order to 1) identify the steps necessary to return to good academic standing; 2) communicate consequences of continued poor performance (up to termination of the scholarship); and 3) engage MAIL and ARIA partners in communication with the students in order strengthen accountability. In April, XXXXX’s Principal Investigator (PI) travelled to India for a co-monitoring visit with a delegation from the MAIL, including ARIA’S Director General (DG), the Director of the Seed Directorate, and a senior policy advisor to the Minister (pictured to the right). At HAU, six of the seven MSc scholars presented their research plans for feedback. The seventh will submit for feedback after completing her summer course. The students had already worked with their HAU advisors to begin their research; as such, the delegation’s feedback encouraged students to either implement components of their research in Afghanistan, or when that is not possible, to ensure India- based research is relevant to the agricultural XXXX, MAIL and MSU delegation visiting GRAIN scholars in India. context of Afghanistan. Recruitment of Cohort 2 MSc Scholars: GRAIN’s Graduate Degree Scholarships Program for Cohort 2 offers fifteen MSc scholarships in KU’s newly established MSc Agronomy Program, and four MSc scholarships at HAU. GRAIN had originally envisioned only 3 additional international scholarships, but after interviewing applicants, decided to offer 4 to ensure gender and regional diversity...
Scholars. From UO, the key participants in the Project are: Ms Oddrun Gronvik, a lexicography expert, and Dr. Xxxxxxxxx-Xxxx Ore, a computer specialist. From the University of Gothenburg the key collaborators are Xx. Xxxxxx Gallerstam and Xx. Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx. Several additional scholars from Sweden had also participated in the earlier years. From UZ there are 22 participants from four different Departments, with some working on the Shona Dictionary, some on the Ndebele Dictionary, and others on other related projects. The current team leader for the General Ndebele Dictionary is Mr. S. Hadebe, that for the Advanced Shona Dictionary is Mr. N.E. Mberi, and the leader for the Glossary. of Musical Terms is Xx X.X. Xxxxxxx, the current Chairman of the Department of African Languages and Literature. In the course of synthesising the dictionaries, selected consultants and resource persons have also periodically been invited to participate. The commitment of all the collaborators was reported to be excellent. The UO Programme Co-ordinator (Ms Gronvik) was, in fact, referred to as selfless, keen to share her expertise maximally with others, sincere and an exemplary model. The UZ Programme Co-ordinator (Dr Chimhundu) was equally praised by his peers as a leader committed to promoting team spirit.
Scholars a structured programme of activities aimed at supporting entry into the University of Liverpool through the completion of a portfolio of work demonstrating specific knowledge and skills. Scholars are recruited in year 12 and successful completion of the programme entitles the student to 40 UCAS points towards entry to the University. We intend to maintain the number of Scholars at 100 in 2012-13, rising to 170 by 2016-17. Summer Schools and Easter Residentials – will be provided for our partner schools. Offering young people the opportunity to take part in residential GCSE revision in English, Maths and Science at Easter or to attend a Summer School with a focus on science, or one aimed at a wider subject mix. In addition to providing the above activities for our partner and associate schools, we will offer bespoke activities for other schools, who can ‘buy-in’ from a menu which includes: overnight events, master classes, subject specific taster days, whole year group visits and bespoke events. The University will continue to offer its access course for Humanities and Social Sciences, Go Higher, and Year 0 provision to support access to clinical subjects, Science and Engineering. New activities being developed in 2011-12, for full implementation in 2012-13, include: On-campus mentoring which will link WP and non-WP schools. A Teacher-led Mandarin programme which will work with WP and non-WP schools. The development of a Student Volunteer Model, to enable students to work in primary schools, to support aspiration raising. A STEM undergraduate module (level 2), based initially in the Department of Chemistry, but to be rolled out across the University. This will enable second year students to develop and deliver curriculum-based materials in local schools, to support aspiration raising and attainment. Master classes for Year 12, given by academic staff. Appropriate and impartial information, advice and guidance about future study options in Year 9 and 11 is crucial to ensuring that pupils in disadvantaged contexts are able to make choices about GCSE and A level study. We will work with our Xxxxxxx Group neighbour, the University of Manchester, to co-ordinate aspects of our pre-16 advice focusing on selective universities. As two premier research institutions in the North West, we will work together to share the efficient deployment of peripatetic staff in a way that minimises geographical ‘cold-spots’ across the non-urban parts of our region. In addition, we ...
Scholars. Given that the introductory session was delivered at the end of September, the scholars have not yet engaged in any activity. Nevertheless, a list of volunteering opportunities that was prepared by the CCECS team has been provided to the scholars and will continue to be shared with them on a bi-weekly basis.
Scholars. 1. A professor or teacher who is or was a resident of a Contracting State immediately before visiting the other Contracting State for the purpose of teaching or engaging in research, or both, at a university, college, school or other approved institution in that other Contracting State shall be exempt from tax in that other Contracting State on any remuneration for such teaching or research for a period not exceeding two years from the date of his arrival in that other Contracting State.

Related to Scholars

  • Scholarship A requirement for tenure or for promotion to any rank is evidence of scholarly activity and achievement, or creative work in the performing and fine arts, and recognition of one's work by academic peers. Evidence of scholarship or its equivalent includes:

  • Scholarships (4) Fellowships.

  • Pueblo scholarship This articulation transfer agreement replaces all previous agreements between ACC and CSU-Pueblo in English with Secondary Teaching Endorsement. This agreement will be reviewed annually and revised (if necessary) as mutually agreed.

  • Tuition The Charter School shall not charge tuition or fees to its students except as may be authorized for local boards pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 20-2-133.

  • Destination CSU-Pueblo scholarship This articulation transfer agreement replaces all previous agreements between TSJC and CSU-Pueblo in Bachelor of Art in Music Education. This agreement will be reviewed annually and revised (if necessary) as mutually agreed.

  • Scholarly Sharing On an ad hoc basis, Authorized Users may transmit to a third party in hard copy or electronically, minimal, insubstantial amounts of the Licensed Materials for personal use or scholarly, educational, or scientific research or professional use in the nature of collaboration, comment, or the scholarly exchange of ideas but in no case for resale or commercial purposes or in a manner that would substitute for direct access to the Licensed Materials via services offered by Licensor.

  • Teachers An individual who is a resident of a Contracting State immediately before making a visit to the other Contracting State, and who, at the invitation of any university, college, school or other similar educational institution, which is recognised by the competent authority in that other Contracting State, visits that other Contracting State for a period not exceeding two years solely for the purpose of teaching or research or both at such educational institution shall be exempt from tax in that other Contracting State on his remuneration for such teaching or research.

  • Student Teachers 1. The quality of teaching done in any classroom is determined in large measure by the kind of preparation the candidate for a certificate receives. Since his practice teaching experience in an actual classroom situation under the guidance of a competent, experienced teacher is basic in his success, the Xxxxx Schools will cooperate in providing such opportunities to practice teachers of colleges whose teacher-training programs are approved.

  • Schools 2. Churches and other places of assembly.

  • Teacher All “professional employees” (except administrators) employed in a position requiring a certificate issued by the State Board of Education.