Master's degree
A master's degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice. Wi...
Academic regalia in the United States
Academic regalia in the United States has a history going back to the colonial colleges era. It has been most influenced by the academic dress traditions of Europe. There is an Inter-Collegiate Code w...
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Professors in the United States
In the U.S., "professors" commonly occupy any of several positions in academia, typically the ranks of assistant professor, associate professor, or professor, the last commonly called "full professor"...
Barbara Kruger
Barbara Kruger (born January 26, 1945) is an American conceptual artist. Much of her work consists of black-and-white photographs overlaid with declarative captions—in white-on-red Futura Bold Oblique...
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Joseph Nechvatal
Joseph Nechvatal (born 1951) is a post-conceptual digital artist and art theoretician who creates computer-assisted paintings and computer animations, often using custom-created computer viruses.
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Fraternities and sororities in North America
Fraternities and sororities (from the Latin words frater and soror, meaning "brother" and "sister" respectively) are fraternal social organizations for mostly undergraduate students. The term refers m...
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George Herbert Baker
George Herbert Baker (February 14, 1878 – 1943) was an American Impressionist artist who worked primarily in the Richmond, Indiana area and was a member of the "Richmond Group" of painters. He worked ...
Geisel Library
The University of California, San Diego Library consists of the Geisel Library building and the Biomedical Library building. There are also three off-campus locations: The Scripps Archives and Library...
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Robert M. Hughes Memorial Library
76°18′13.6″W / 37.887361°N 76.303778°W / 37.887361; -76.303778Hughes Hall, the former Robert M. Hughes Memorial Library, is a notable building on the Old Dominion University c...
Erwin Redl
Erwin Redl (born 1963) in Gföhl, Lower Austria is an Austrian-born artist currently living in USA. As artistic medium he uses LEDs. His work includes installations, videos, graphics, computerart and e...
Diane Arbus
Diane Arbus (/diːˈæn ˈɑrbəs/; March 14, 1923 – July 26, 1971) was an American photographer and writer noted for photographs of "deviant and marginal people (dwarfs, giants, transgender people, n...
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Terminal degree
A terminal degree is the highest academic degree in a given field of study. This phrase is in academic use in the United States but is little used outside North America. The term is not generally used...
Tenure
In the United States and Canada, tenure is a teacher or college professor's contractual right not to have his or her position terminated without just cause. It is awarded after a probationary period.<...
National Communication Association
The National Communication Association (NCA) is a not-for-profit membership-based scholarly society founded in 1914. NCA’s mission is to advance Communication as the discipline that studies all forms,...
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Engineer's degree
An engineer's degree is an advanced academic degree in engineering that is conferred in Europe, some countries of Latin America, and a few institutions in the United States.In Europe, the engineer deg...
Robert Ettinger
Robert Chester Wilson Ettinger (December 4, 1918 – July 23, 2011) was an American academic, known as "the father of cryonics" because of the impact of his 1962 book The Prospect of Immortality. H...
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Folsom Library
The Richard G. Folsom Library ("Folsom Library") is a research library constructed in the Brutalist style located on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. It is named after Richa...
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American Society of International Law
The American Society of International Law (ASIL) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, educational membership organization, based in Washington, DC. It was founded in 1906 under the direction of, among others...