Examples of chancellor in a Sentence
the new chancellor of the university
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Indulging protesters can be expensive, as the University of Missouri is discovering three years after students successfully demanded the resignation of the president and chancellor.
Lord Waheed Alli, chancellor of the university, told PEOPLE at the time.
The Presidents’ Immigration Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration, formed last December, has grown to 356 university and college presidents and chancellors, from 28, committed to helping DACA students.
While the indictment didn’t identify any of the former leaders, other documents point to Prodi as well as Alfred Gusenbauer, a former chancellor of Austria, and Aleksander Kwasniewski, a former president of Poland.
In addition, three finalists for chancellor of UMass Boston withdrew this week after some faculty publicly called the candidates underqualified.
At the Bloomington campus, Boone fell under the wing of IU president and chancellor Herman B. Wells who housed Boone at his own residence, monitoring his progress and supporting him.
Wochit The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh last week joined a small club of universities around the country that nobody wants to be in: Those with former presidents or chancellors who have been charged with felony crimes for financial misconduct.
The commission recommended the NCAA Board of Governors, currently comprised of 16 university presidents and chancellors, include five public members with full voting privileges who are not currently employed as university leaders.
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CHANCELLOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chancellor for English Language Learners
: the highest government official in Germany and Austria
: the head of some U.S. universities
: the head of a British university who represents the school but who does not have many responsibilities
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