classman

classman

(ˈklɑːsmən)
n, pl -men
(Education) a graduate of Oxford University with a classed honours degree
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Although limited in its use thus far, research has been done with the IBM to assess college students' use of emergency contraception, with the model predicting 50% in the variance in intention (Wohlwend, Classman, Dake, Jordan, Khuder & Kimmel, 2013).
Another participant suggested that an alum or upper classman would be the most effective co-instructor because they have more leadership experience and serve as a better role model.
Examples of such interdisciplinary research include the consideration of how logistics managers' learning environments impact firm performance (Ellinger, Ellinger and Keller 2002), how logistics learning capability influences competitive positioning (Esper, Fugate and Davis-Sremak 2007), and conceptual work investigating the interaction of organizational culture, human resources policies and supply chain strategies (McAfee, Classman and Honeycutt 2002).
Both Holick and Classman feature mushrooms in their recently published books.
Then, an upper classman starts calling out instructions.
I congratulate on appointing a first classman as Chief Coach, Mr Ian Buchan," wrote TWE H Pritchard of Neston.
Based on my experience, the best way to find your organization of choice is to ask an upper classman within your area of study or to visit with your dean, department chair or career services coordinator.
One, however, a third classman by the name of Bregs, indulges in Neanderthal-like hazing of the new cadets.
Responses also vary whether the client is a freshman unaware of college rules or an upper classman experienced Do the consultants' reactions mean the piece is flawed?
He is VMI's school record holder in saves in a season with 314 in 1992; is a three-time team MVP (1990-91-92); was ranked in the national top four in save percentage as a first classman in 1992; compiled 729 career saves; served as team tri-captain in 1992; his .
a freshman seminar taught by a team that included a senior faculty member and an upper classman, and 5.
During BCT, one first-year cadet said that an upper classman offered to store her contraband: CDs, radio, and DVDs which are not permitted for freshman.