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Habilitated, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Industrial Policy, Faculty of Management, University of Lodz, 22/26 Matejki, 90-237 Lodz, Poland, e-mail: edward.stawasz@uni.lodz.pl (ORCID ID 0000-0003-4744-6096).
This Law provided the fact that "the personalization of the detention regime for the execution of freedom-depriving sentences was determined by a specialized committee", and "an assessment plan was drawn for the social and educational intervention in the case of each prisoner by the habilitated department in the penitentiary" (Law 294/2004, Art.
Moreover, a higher education institution providing programmes of a practical profile may substitute in their minimum staffing requirement one holder of an academic title of professor or the degree of habilitated doctor by two holders of the degree of doctor with considerable professional experience gained in an appropriate area (connected with a field of studies) outside academia (art.
Apart from a very small minority, everyone who is in prison is going to come out one day and we should make sure that when they come out they can be properly turned away from crime and can be properly habilitated.
That is why we subscribe the need to value and/or explore other ways for political participation, where people interact daily, in direct relationships and in connections habilitated by technology.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is habilitated to investigate over 200 offences, having the mission to protect and serve the United States against terrorist threats, to observe and to apply the criminal laws of the United States of America, and to ensure the coordination and support of the federal, state, and municipal criminal services, as well as of the foreign partner agencies.
Lowlands' perseverance and obstinacy like an engine drove into broader waters and unfamiliar fields--internship at the Paris Higher Industrial School of Physics and Chemistry (1977-1978, France), active scientific work in research of mechanical features of polymers and composites allows to achieve significant scientific results in this field--in 1993 he defended Habilitated Doctor's dissertation.
As a 27-year-old man, he habilitated for an associate Theology professor.
"Someone needs to spearhead this process (not necessarily head it), and as far as we see it, the person who looks beyond the horizon on behalf of clients is naturally habilitated to do so for the fabled shoemaker's brand: his own agency."
A contractual theory is not habilitated to develop a practical doctrine rebus sic stantibus, without proceeding to an identification criterion of relevant changes and not having an application procedure.
Professor, a Habilitated Doctor of Technological Sciences at the Department of Building Materials of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU).