with immigrant communities and minorities in Scotland. It sponsored two book awards: * The Scottish Arts Council Book of the Year Award (Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Book Awards) (worth £5,000); and * The Scottish Arts Council Children's Book of the Year Award (worth £10,000). Replacement of the Scottish Arts Council In January 2006, it was announced that the Scottish Government would assume direct responsibility for the main national arts companies ( Scottish Opera
the University of Dundee, an honorary doctorate (D.Litt., literature) from the University of Hull and St Andrews. He became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1981, and was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2003. ''Terry Street'', Dunn's first collection of poems, appeared in 1969 and received a Scottish Arts Council Book Award as well as a Somerset Maugham Award. * 1974 "Hommage à Diane Arbus" by Jean-Marc Bustamante, Arles' Théâtre
Book Award to the novel in 1999, and it was also awarded Whitaker's Platinum Book Award in 2001.
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and view work with other students from all over the world. Undergraduate research provides students with the skills necessary for life beyond college. Hands-on experience can be written on a resume and taken directly into a field. Even if the project does not receive an award or scholarship, the mentor that assisted the research is a guaranteed reference for any future pursuit. The benefits of undergraduate research far outweigh the difficulty involved, and help students begin a successful career
Stanberry. "Bridgewater State University Office of Grants and Sponsored Projects Annual Report Fiscal Year 2011." . N.p., 2011. Web. 3 Dec. 2011. . '''Funding Requested per Year''' 2009 $3,848,873 2010 $7,451,097 2011 $6,312,898 '''Average Award Amounts per Year''' 2009 $33,431.34 2010 $40,243.10 2011 $43,223.00 '''Percentages Awarded per Year''' 2009 37% 2010 39
% 2011 47% '''Funding Received per Year and Funding Potential''' 2011 $605,122 Previous Years $282,150 Potential (Outstanding) $2,943,906 Award Programs In addition to requested funding, faculty may be awarded stipends to conduct significant research or monetary prizes for completed work. The BSU Lifetime Faculty Research Award is presented to faculty that have shown significant research through books, journal articles, and other acceptable publications
. Dillard received the Outstanding ROTC Student Award for 1943 and 1944. He was also their American Legion Honor Medal award winner.
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year 2009 work publisher Palmer Center accessdate April 30, 2011 On June 1, 2011, Dillard was awarded the Military Intelligence Corps Association's LTC Thomas W. Knowlton Award for Excellence in Intelligence, commemorating his significant role in Army Military Intelligence history, beginning in 1950. ref>
North in West Hollywood, featuring Asian presentations of French classical themes. He then moved to Hawaii, where he opened Roy's in 1988 and, with other local chefs, helped to pioneer the trademark of Hawaii Regional Cuisine. He is Hawaii's first-ever James Beard Award winner. After opening three other Roy's locations throughout the Hawaiian Islands, Roy branched out to the continental U.S. and eventually partnered with Outback Steakhouse, allowing greater expansion to areas
the abused, half-naked, African pygmy slaves into their current incarnation as dwarves of mysterious origin whom Willy Wonka adores. http: archive.hbook.com history magazine camerondahl.asp Since 1992, Golden Duck.org has presented the Eleanor Cameron Award for Excellence in Children's Science Fiction (Golden Duck Award) to the author of an English Language novel written for middle-grade readers. At the time of her death, her residence was in Pebble Beach, California. She
died in a hospice in Monterey, California on October 11, 1996 at the age of 84. "Eleanor F. Cameron, 84, Children's Author." (Obituary) The New York Times. October 15, 1996. Retrieved 2011-10-28. Besides winning the National Book Award for Young People's Literature, Cameron's other awards included National Book Award runner-up in 1976 for ''To the Green Mountains
'' comprises seven series: * A: Mathematics * B: Chemistry * C: Life Sciences * D: Earth Sciences * E: Technological Sciences * F: Information Sciences * G: Physics, Mechanics & Astronomy Awards Since 1999 the CAS has issued the annual State Preeminent Science and Technology Award, presented by the President of China to the recipient.
for the “Yangtze Scholar Award Program” sponsored by the Ministry of Education, nine “state level talents” chosen by the “New-Century Talents Project,” ten “National Outstanding Youth Fund” award winner, 80 specially hired professors or lecture professors for ECNU’s “Zijiang Scholar Award Program”, and 105 tenured professors. At present, the total number of students is more than 49,000, with over 14,000 full-time undergraduate students and over 7,700 graduate students (including those
of the Academic Degrees Committee and the Discipline Appraisal Group under the State Council (State Council of the People's Republic of China). SCU has 14 professorships from the Yangtze River Scholar Award Plan (9 engaged plus 1 lecture professor). As a communist leader Along with holding important government offices in the People's Republic of China, Guo was a prolific writer, not just of poetry but also fiction, plays, autobiographies, translations, and historical and philosophical
Special_Features 25_Must_See_Bollywood_Movies articleshow msid-1250837,curpg-10.cms archivedate 2009-02-20 publisher Indiatimes movies accessdate 2007-12-06 In that same year, the judges of the 50th annual Filmfare Awards awarded it with the special distinction award called Filmfare Best Film of 50 Years. In May 2007, two of his films ''Cheeni Kum'' and the multi-starrer ''Shootout at Lokhandwala'' were released. ''Shootout at Lokhandwala'' did very well
National Film Award for Best Actor and fifth Filmfare Best Actor Award. In 2010, he debuted in Malayalam film through ''Kandahar (Kandahar (2010 film))'', directed by Major Ravi and co-starring Mohanlal. The film was based
to drop out. Uncredited rewrites were performed by Warren Skaaren, Charles McKeown and Jonathan Gems. ''Batman'' was a critical and financial success, earning over $400 million in box office totals. The film received several Saturn Award nominations and a Golden Globe (Golden Globe Award) nomination, and won an Academy Award. It also inspired the Emmy Award-winning ''Batman: The Animated Series'', paving the way for the DC animated universe DC Animated Universe
Conference, 1919 Paris Peace Conference date_start 1919 event_end Integration into the Soviet Union date_end event1 First Vienna Award date_event1 2 November 1938 event2 Independence as Carpatho-Ukraine date_event2 14 March 1939 event3 Hungarian annexation date_event3 15 March 1939 event4 date_event4
1938–1945 thumb right Carpatho-Ukraine (File:Carpatho Ukraine March 1939.png) in 1939 In November 1938, under the First Vienna Award (Vienna Awards)—which was a result of the Munich Agreement—Czechoslovakia ceded the southern Carpathian Rus to Hungary. The remainder of Carpathian Rus received autonomy (Wiktionary:autonomy), with Avhustyn Voloshyn as the prime minister of the autonomous government. Following the Slovak Republic (1939–1945)#Creation Slovak
reflects differences in methodology and definitions rather than a decline in the region's ethnic Hungarian (Magyar (Magyars)) or Hungarian-speaking population. According to the 1921 census, Hungarians constituted about 17.9% of the region's total population. On the eve of World War II, the First Vienna Award allowed Hungary to annex Transcarpathia. The pro-Nazi policies of the Hungarian government subsequently resulted in extermination and emigration of Hungarian-speaking Jews
: Recreating the American City'' 1989 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence. Chapter 5 Farm Workers' Own Housing: Self-Help in Cabrillo Village In 1989 Cabrillo Village was selected as a finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence.