nonuniversity

nonuniversity

(ˌnɒnˌjuːnɪˈvɜːsətɪ)
adj
(Education) distinct from university, not university-based
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Teaching hospitals are defined as nonuniversity hospitals where part of the medical training can take place.
IMBA is a subsidiary of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, a sponsor of nonuniversity academic research.
This limitation could be addressed through the use of a sample of North American and Chinese individuals from nonuniversity contexts.
degree and, beginning last year, the Master of Arts in Teaching degree, which began as a pilot in 2012 and is the only nonuniversity affiliated such program in the U.
Seventy-five additional alternative certification programs are offered in nonuniversity settings.
CRCs may incorporate projects at nonuniversity research institutions and collaborations with government agencies and industry.
One study conducted at a nonuniversity teaching center found that the hazards of death for prosthetic users among patients who had LLA was 80 percent less than for nonprosthetic wearers after adjusting for age, diagnosis, prefunctional status, and presence of coronary artery disease [11].
nonuniversity graduates) in Table 5 consists of a sizable number of non- or low-wage earners such as students, national servicemen, or the unemployed who were previously excluded from the analysis.
During months of administrative leave, while nonuniversity lawyers determined his fate, Fox was allowed on campus only when accompanied by a library staff member, and was denied access to his workplace computer and phone.
Although this is a positive occurrence, it has not resulted in greater scholar--practitioner collaborations, as nonuniversity employment settings of lead and total authors have decreased from about 13% to less than 9% over the past 22 years.
Since the discovery of herbicide-resistant weed biotypes in California, UC research and Cooperative Extension personnel, as well as university and nonuniversity cooperators and students, have conducted locally relevant weed management research in the state.
This book thus provides a solid, thoughtful introduction to the plays' concerns with the distinctions between manliness associated with "university and nonuniversity cultures" (174) as depicted in English university drama over the periods it addresses.