(n.) A collection, body, or society of persons engaged in common pursuits, or having common duties and interests, and sometimes, by charter, peculiar rights and privileges; as, a college of heralds; a college of electors; a college of bishops.
(n.) A society of scholars or friends of learning, incorporated for study or instruction, esp. in the higher branches of knowledge; as, the colleges of Oxford and Cambridge Universities, and many American colleges.
(n.) A building, or number of buildings, used by a college.
(n.) Fig.: A community.
(1) Chris Jefferies, who has been arrested in connection with the murder of landscape architect Joanna Yeates , was known as a flamboyant English teacher at Clifton College, a co-ed public school.
(2) Data from 579 medical students from the classes of 1979-80 through 1983-84 attending a midwestern medical college were analyzed via moderated multiple regression.
(3) Life events were collected (using the Bedford College method) in 78 women patients aged 15-40 yr, of whom 39 were admitted for the removal of an appendix which proved to be normal at operation and in whom no organic cause for their pain was found, and a matched group of 39 parasuicide patients.
(4) The Future Forum is a group of 57 health sector specialists chaired by the Professor Steve Field, the former chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
(5) You can get a five-month-old to eat almost anything,” says Clare Llewellyn, lecturer in behavioural obesity research at University College London.
(6) But leading British doctors Sarah Creighton , consultant gynaecologist at the private Portland Hospital, Susan Bewley , consultant obstetrician at St Thomas's and Lih-Mei Liao , clinical psychologist in women's health at University College Hospital then wrote to the journal countering that his clitoral restoration claims were "anatomically impossible".
(7) The Geschwind-Behan hypothesis that immune disorder (IMD) is more common among left than among right handed persons was tested in a sample of 3080 college students.
(8) The Velten mood induction procedure was used to produce neutral or depressed moods in normal weight college students.
(9) She devoured political science texts, took evening classes at Goldsmiths college, and performed at protests and fundraisers, but became disillusioned.
(10) The position that it is time for the nursing profession to develop programs leading to the N.D. degree, or professional doctorate, (for the college graduates) derives from consideration of the nature of nursing, the contributions that nurses can make to development of an exemplary health care system, and from the recognized need for nursing to emerge as a full-fledged profession.
(11) "My future was probably to become an officer [running my own church] and go to London to the William Booth College," she says.
(12) The affiliation set up a joint venture to operate two clinics, one on Scholl College's traditional campus and one at the teaching hospital.
(13) Born in Dublin and educated at University College Dublin, he has also served on the board of the Washington Post, General Electric, Waterford Wedgwood and the New York Stock Exchange.
(14) A 1977 College of American Pathologists survey of hospitals has been analyzed to compare Rh immune globulin usage (RhIgG) with methods used to screen and confirm fetomaternal hemorrhage (FMH).
(15) Join us for a spot of future gazing as we discuss: The challenges and opportunities colleges and training providers will face over the next five years International expansion The role of FE in higher education New ways to diversify New technology – the possibilities and risks.
(16) A ten-year study of the sexual behavior of college students in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada, shows that students choose among three sexual subcultures: celibacy, monogamy, and free experimentation.
(17) The “final four” of the NCAA men’s college basketball competition is due to be held in Indianapolis on 4 and 6 April.
(18) A college sample of 66 women and 34 men was assessed on both positive and negative affect using 4 measurement methods: self-report, peer report, daily report, and memory performance.
(19) School sixth-form funding Will be cut to bring it in line with that in colleges by 2015.
(20) [Disclosure: Newly-elected Elise Stefanik, the youngest woman elected to Congress, is a college friend of my husband’s.]
(a.) Of or pertaining to a tutor; belonging to, or exercised by, a tutor.
(1) Students are assigned to tutorial groups, and much of the educational thrust of the program is built upon interactions within these groups.
(2) Additionally, the system contains a reference index for all material in the tutorial, a scored clinical problems section, and a several hundred word glossary.
(3) In this tutorial, we discuss the advantages and limitations of the ROC curve for clinical decision making in laboratory medicine.
(4) A validation study of the simulated tutorial, comparing individual's scores with evaluations of performance in tutorial groups in the undergraduate M.D.
(5) One group of residents received the tutorial; one, the prompt; and one, both.
(6) Lessons scored well in relation to private reading and lectures but less well in comparison with practical work and tutorials.
(7) Two-fifths of British women are viewing online beauty tutorials, an industry that attracts 700m hits a month.
(8) Studies were aimed at assessing somatic development of children and youth deprived of familial homes and brought up a State Child Tutorial Homes (SCTH) in the Katowice voivodeship.
(9) Formative evaluation is ongoing within tutorial groups.
(10) There are also tons of repair tutorials available on YouTube .
(11) PathPics is an image review and tutorial program developed at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine as an adjunct to the preclinical Pathology and Histology curriculum.
(12) Results indicated that therapy was successful when the client was responsible for therapy activities, when therapy combined tutorial as well as experimential sessions, and when each session focused on the development of cognitive, linguistic, and interpersonal domains.
(13) A comparison of computer-assisted learning and small tutorial group teaching was carried out in the instruction of final year medical students in anaesthesia.
(14) This article describes the way in which consultation sessions between a tutorial class teacher and a psychiatrist were set up, and the themes that arose during the first term.
(15) The investigator placed 23 categories into three classifications as perceived by teachers: anticipatory, tutorial, and punitive.
(16) That reduces the chances that we will say something wrong or unbalanced.” Johnson studied PPE at Oxford University between 1985 and 1988, when his tutorial partner at Keble College was Balls.
(17) In addition to the POT training group tutorials in special psychotherapy methods and single supervision sessions are offered.
(18) Both groups of students scored significantly better on the second test (computer group, 66% [95% confidence interval, 64-69] to 81% [79-83] and tutorial group, 66% [63-67] to 74% [73-77]).
(19) The methods are described tutorially, compared, and discussed in the context of more sophisticated and more naive approaches to this common data-analytic problem.
(20) The courseware contains a comprehensive learning system including tutorial, simulation, and problem solving components.