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endow

to provide with a DOWER.
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Bob Glahn Endowed Scholarship in Statistical Meteorology
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education will match the donations, making the Don Betz Endowed Chair for International Studies the largest endowed chair at UCO.
The open date and status above indicate when Peover Superior Endowed Primary School opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.
In another history-changing moment, the Endowed Schools body which takes in Loughborough Grammar, Loughborough High School, Fairfield Preparatory and the Convent School, has also announced a name change.
"The Spring 2017 Ezra Magazine had a photo of Dean Alan Mathios with a quote, 'endowed professorships to me are the gold standard in philanthropy because they allow us to retain and recruit top faculty,'" said Susan Kurz Snyder '81, Chair of the Dean's Advisory Council.
Skaggs Endowed Professor in Health Facilities Design, College of Architecture.
Martini Endowed Chair from 2000 to 2015 and was appointed the Louise Rossi Endowed Chair in Viticulture in 2015.
The curved edge would be endowed with limited functionality, which the user could access easily.
However, the vast majority of the college's endowed funds were established through smaller gifts from alumni and friends of the college made during their lifetimes.
Nicholas Daniel Hartlep decided to examine the demographics of distinguished professors (DPs) and endowed chairs (ECs) within schools of education, he discovered that Asians represent less than 3 percent of all such positions.
To date six new fellowships have been endowed, and there will be much to celebrate in March.