coprincipal

coprincipal

(kəʊˈprɪnsɪpəl)
n
a joint principal
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Kraus creates an unnecessary aura of mystery surrounding another oboist hired by Szell as acting coprincipal to succeed Lifschey in 1965 but who did not remain in the orchestra for very long.
He served as principal or coprincipal investigator on more than $90 million in research grants from the National Science Foundation, NOA A, NASA, the Army High Performance Computing Research Center, and other agencies.
Dr Zhang has published more than 60 peer-reviewed articles with nearly half as a lead author, has mentored more than 10 undergraduate and graduate students, and is a coprincipal investigator of 2 intramural grants.
'I was in a position to join the sprint finish, but I was separated from the front of the race after the crash,' Perez told the BusinessMirror as he and his teammates were attended to by Race Director Ric Rodriguez, coprincipal Engr.
John Ameriks and Matthew Shapiro are coprincipal investigators of the VRI with Andrew Caplin, who gratefully acknowledges their collaboration.
His experience outside the USAF spans work at three National Aeronautics and Space Administration centers, including as a certified space shuttle engineer, coprincipal investigator of a cube satellite program and a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellow at the University of California.
Thanks also to the coprincipal investigators on the Catalyzing Comprehension through Discussion and Debate research project from which I drew the data--Catherine Snow, Robert Selman, Jonathan Osborne, and Suzanne Donovan; the team that produced the social studies curriculum featured in this study--Claire White, Bob Selman, Erin Ruegg, Halley Wheeless, Jacob Fay, Alyse Krantz, Elisabet Sena, and Matt Ellinger; the RAs who collected the video and audio data--Gretchen Wagner and Ling Hsiao; and Catherine Snow, Bob Selman, and Tina Grotzer for their help in the preparation of this manuscript.
This symposium explored new methods for large-scale data analysis of epidemic disease, involving Reznick in the research forum, along with Virginia Tech social sciences librarian Bruce Pencek, who served as one of the coprincipal investigators of the project, in cooperation with faculty from Virginia Tech's Departments of Computer Science and English.
She added that a key take-away message from the study, for which she is coprincipal investigator, is that reduced physical activity on the part of someone with a history of a youth sports knee injury is a big red flag.
ERIN HENRICK (erin.henrick@vanderbilt.edu) is project manager and coprincipal investigator of the Middle School Mathematics and the Institutional Setting of Teaching (MIST) study at Vanderbilt University, Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.
Flor's current research interests are learning analytics and 3D/VR gamification of renewable and sustainable energy education, where he is coprincipal investigator on several National Science Foundation grants.