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- n. The position or role of a dean.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office of a dean.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office, dignity, or title of a dean.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the position or office of a dean
One of Bartlett's most important goals for the remainder of her deanship is the completion of the school's building initiatives, which include renovation of the law library and a new atrium that will provide much needed space for students and public functions.
She had planned unheard-of achievements, while I saw nothing else than the deanship of the College of Agriculture.
Only the most Ivy-towered academic monk could think that deanship of a law school prepares one for the substantial legal, political, economic, social, and cultural issues facing the nation.
Besides, Guido Calabresi at Yale hired a remarkable number of conservative and libertarian scholars during his deanship, and no one thinks that Guido is anything but a dyed-in-the-wool liberal.
The deanship of Soia Mentschikoff, one of the nation's leading legal scholars, marked an important turning point for the School.
An austerity deanship poses uncommon and especially high challenges.
She comes to us from a successful deanship at ASU.
CYNTHIA: Yet questions have been raised about Kagan's record on diversity during her deanship at Harvard Law School, with just one professor of color hired on the tenure track.
Ken Mack [an African-American] was given a position as an assistant professor, and he became tenured faculty during the deanship of Elena Kagan.
"I'm confident that the military had access to our students and students had access to our military throughout my deanship, and that's incredibly important," Ms. Kagan said.