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Tabitha Solomon

Tabitha Solomon was one of the first women to qualify as a dentist in India, graduating from the Calcutta Dental College and Hospital in 1928. After graduation she started a dental clinic in the Chittarnjan Seva Sadan Hospital and worked at the D ...

                                               

University College of Engineering

University College of Engineering may refer to: University College of Engineering, Pattukkottai, Tamil Nadu, India University College of Engineering, Arni, Tamil Nadu, India University College of Engineering, Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India Unive ...

                                               

List of law schools in Andhra Pradesh

In Andhra Pardesh 45 legal education centres are available for graduate law program. Bapatla Education Society’s Law College, Bapatla C.R.R. Law College, Eluru M.R.V.R.G.R Law College, Viziayanagaram Sri Padmavati Mahila Viswavidyalayam of Tirupa ...

                                               

RLSY College, Nalanda

RLSY College, Nalanda also known as Ram Lakhan Singh Yadav College, Nalanda is a degree college in Nalanda district of Bihar, India. It is affiliated with Patliputra University. The college offers senior secondary education and undergraduate degr ...

                                               

Guru Kashi College

Guru Kashi College is a constituent college of the Punjabi University in Talwandi Sabo, India. Established in 1964, it is one of the oldest and most prestigious college for arts and sciences in Malwa area of Punjab. It offers undergraduate and po ...

                                               

Ramgarh Engineering College

Ramgarh Engineering College is an Indian institute of degree level Engineering Education, Which was Established in 2013 under Public–private partnership mode. Formerly It was known as Techno India Ramgarh & Government Engineering College Ramgarh. ...

                                               

Jodhpur (disambiguation)

Jodhpur is the second largest city in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Jodhpur may also refer to: Jodhpur National University, premier Indian private university Jodhpur State was a princely state in the Marwar region from 1250 to 1949 Jodhpur Divis ...

                                               

Church of the Gesu (disambiguation)

The Church of the Gesu is the mother church of the Society of Jesus in Rome. Church of the Gesu may also refer to: Church of the Gesù, Mirandola in the province of Modena, Italy Eglise du Gesù Montreal in Canada Church of the Gesù Philippines of ...

                                               

Adetola Juyitan

Adetola Juyitan is a Nigerian social entrepreneur, Chief Executive Officer of Glitz Group of companies and 2019 President of Junior Chamber International Nigeria.

                                               

Debrah Eunice Osagiede

Debrah Eunice Gordon Osagiede is a Nigerian pastor and the General Overseer of Spirit and Life Bible Church. She is also the President of Godhead Prayer Ministry.

                                               

Maryville

Maryville is the name of several places. In the United States: Maryville, an alternate name for Porterville, Mississippi Maryville, Illinois Maryville University in St. Louis, Missouri Maryville, Tennessee Maryville College in Maryville, Tennesse ...

                                               

Jharkhand University of Technology

Jharkhand University of Technology, is an autonomous body intended to impart higher, technical education and skill development and other such programs in the state of Jharkhand, India.

                                               

UOM

UOM may refer to: University of Malakand, at Chakdara NWFP Pakistan University of Michigan, a university with several colleges in Michigan, U.S. Units of measurement University of Macedonia, a university in Thessaloniki, Greece University of Mont ...

                                               

ACES Coders

ACES Coders is an algorithmic programming competition in Sri Lanka organized by the Association of Computer Engineering Students of the Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Peradeniya. ACES Coders commenced in ...

                                               

National Institute of Arts

National Institute of Arts may refer to: National Taiwan University of Arts Taipei National University of the Arts National Institute of Arts and Letters National Institute of Arts, Kinshasa Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte Institut Seni ...

                                               

Armenak Khanperyants Military Aviation University

The Armenak Khanperyants Military Aviation University is a higher educational institution of the Armenian Air Force functioning under the Ministry of Defense of Armenia. Its mission is to prepare and train officers capable of implementing defense ...

                                               

Manchester Historic District

Manchester Historic District may refer to: in the United States by state then city North Manchester Historic District, North Manchester, Indiana, listed on the NRHP in Wabash County, Indiana Manchester Village Historic District Manchester, Vermon ...

                                               

Riccarton

The place-name of Riccarton may refer to: in New Zealand Riccarton, New Zealand, a suburb of Christchurch The location of Riccarton Race Course Riccarton New Zealand electorate, the electorate named after it a locality on the Taieri Plains in Ota ...

                                               

Greg Clingham

Greg Clingham is a British literary scholar and publisher. He was Professor of English at Bucknell University, Pennsylvania, where he held the NEH Chair in the Humanities and the John P. Crozer Chair of English Literature. He was for twenty-three ...

                                               

Cumberland College

Cumberland College may refer to: Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama; formerly in Tennessee University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Kentucky; formerly named Cumberland College Cumberland College, Otago, a residential college fo ...

                                               

Jamel Brinkley

Jamel Brinkley is an American writer. His debut story collection, A Lucky Man, was winner of the PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award and the Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence. It was also a finalist for the National Book Award, The Sto ...

                                               

Amy Swonger

Amy Swonger is an American political advisor and lobbyist serving as acting White House Director of Legislative Affairs since June 2020. Swonger was appointed to the position after Eric Ueland, the previous director, was named a senior advisor at ...

                                               

MSFS

MSFS may refer to: Missionaries of St. Francis de Sales, a Catholic religious group founded in response to the desire of St. Francis de Sales to found a society of missionary priests. Master of Science in Forensic Science, a graduate degree award ...

                                               

1996 Texas A&M–Commerce Lions football team

The 1996 Texas A&M–Commerce Lions football team represented Texas A&M University-Commerce in the 1996 NCAA Division II football season. They were led by head coach Eddie Vowell, who was in his 11th season at A&M-Commerce. The Lions pl ...

                                               

Home Economics Building

Home Economics Building may refer to: in the United States by state then city Home Economics Building Bowling Green, Kentucky, listed on the NRHP in Warren County, Kentucky Pittman Community Center Home Economics Building, Pittman Center, Tenness ...

                                               

College Hill

College Hill is a common name for the neighborhood where a college or university is located. In the United States by state: College Hill Beaver Falls, a neighborhood located in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. College Hill District, Bowling Green, KY, ...

                                               

Bloomfield High School

Bloomfield High School North Bloomfield, Ohio, North Bloomfield, Ohio, US Bloomfield High School Bloomfield, New Mexico, Bloomfield, New Mexico, US Bloomfield High School Connecticut, Bloomfield, Connecticut, US Bloomfield High School Bloomfield, ...

                                               

NCAA University Division

The NCAA University Division was a historic subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletic Association consisting of member schools competing at the highest level of college sports. The University Division was first established as a basis for de ...

                                               

Roosevelt School

Roosevelt School may refer to: Roosevelt School Lake Wales, Florida, NRHP-listed Roosevelt School Coeur dAlene, Idaho, listed on the NRHP in Kootenai County, Idaho Roosevelt School Boise, Idaho, NRHP-listed Roosevelt School St. John, Maine, built ...

                                               

HUB-Robeson Center

This building was originally constructed in 1953 and has undergone major renovations in 1973 and 1983. Along with these renovations, a 91.000 square foot addition was added to the existing building in 1997. Most recently, in 2015, an additional 5 ...

                                               

Juniata

Juniata Terrace, Pennsylvania, a borough in Mifflin County Juniata River, a tributary of the Susquehanna River and source for most of the other names Juniata County, Pennsylvania Juniata College, a private, liberal arts college in Huntingdon Juni ...

                                               

Divinity School

Divinity School may refer to: When used as a proper noun, may be an abbreviated reference to one of the following Campbell University Divinity School Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Brite Divinity School Wake Forest University School of Divin ...

                                               

Uniform Fiduciary Income and Principal Act (UFIPA)

The Uniform Fiduciary Income and Principal Act is one of the uniform acts that have been proposed in an attempt to harmonize the law in all fifty U.S. states. UFIPA was finalized and adopted by the Uniform Law Commission in 2018. UFIPA is an upda ...

                                               

Gow Hastings Architects

Gow Hastings Architects is a Toronto-based architecture firm founded by Valerie Gow and Philip Hastings that specializes in post-secondary, commercial, and public buildings. Since 2002, the firm has designed over 350 teaching and learning spaces ...

                                               

Beth Altringer

Beth Ames Altringer is an American designer and academic in user-centered design and design education. She is on the faculty at Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in design and innovation, and also teaches at the H ...

                                               

Hollylynne Lee

Hollylynne Stohl Lee is an American mathematics educator and statistics educator who describes herself as an "educational designer" focusing on technology-based learning. She is a professor of mathematics education in the College of Education at ...

                                               

Elmhurst

Elmhurst, a province of the West Indies Federation

                                               

LACC

LACC may refer to: Lidcombe Auburn Cycling Club, a cycling club based in the inner Western area of Sydney, Australia. Los Angeles Common Council, the predecessor of the Los Angeles City Council Los Angeles City College, a public community college ...

                                               

Manor High School

Manor High School may refer to: Eastport-South Manor Central High School - Manorville, New York Manor High School Texas - Manor, Texas Livingston Manor Central School - Livingston Manor, New York - see Livingston Manor Central School District Man ...

                                               

University of Massachusetts (disambiguation)

University of Massachusetts may refer to: University of Massachusetts Boston University of Massachusetts Medical School University of Massachusetts Amherst, the flagship campus University of Massachusetts Dartmouth University of Massachusetts, a ...

                                               

Multnomah

Multnomah may refer to: The Multnomah people, a Chinookan people who lived in the area of modern Portland, Oregon, United States Multnomah, the middle Chinookan dialect of the Multnomah people Places, vessels, and institutions whose name is deriv ...

                                               

Northwestern College

Northwestern College can refer to: The former Northwestern College Wisconsin in Watertown, Wisconsin, which was incorporated into Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota, in 1995. The former Northwestern College Minnesota in Roseville, Minnes ...

                                               

Northwestern High School

Northwestern High School may refer to: Northwestern High School Maple, Wisconsin in Maple, Wisconsin Northwestern High School Hyattsville, Maryland in Hyattsville, Maryland Northwestern High School West Salem, Ohio in West Salem, Ohio Northwester ...

                                               

John C. Pew House

The John C. Pew House, also known as the Ruth and John C. Pew House, is located at 3650 Lake Mendota Drive, Shorewood Hills, Wisconsin. It was designed by American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright in 1938 for research chemist John Pew and his wife, ...

                                               

Patten

Patten may refer to: patten band, London-based electronic music group Patten University, Christian liberal arts university in Oakland, California, United States Patten shoe, protective footwear similar to clogs Patten surname

                                               

Prescott Elementary School

Prescott Elementary School may refer to: Prescott Elementary School, Parkrose School District, Portland, Oregon Prescott Magnet Cluster School, a Chicago Public School, Chicago, Illinois Prescott Elementary School, Dubuque Community School Distri ...

                                               

Yavapai (disambiguation)

The Yavapai are a Native American people of central and western Arizona. Yavapai may also refer to: Yavapai County in central Arizona Yavapai language, a Yuman language spoken by the Yavapai people Yavapai-Prescott Tribe, a federally recognized t ...

                                               

Catherine D’Ignazio

Catherine DIgnazio is a professor, artist and software developer who focuses on feminism and data literacy. She is the director of the Data + Feminism lab at MIT. DIgnazio is best known for her hackthons, such as "Make the Breast Pump Not Suck" a ...

                                               

Rochester High School

Rochester High School may refer to: Rochester High School Illinois, Rochester, Illinois Rochester High School Michigan, Rochester, Michigan East Rochester Junior-Senior High School, East Rochester, New York Old Rochester Regional High School, Mat ...

                                               

2020–21 BYU Cougars mens basketball team

The 2020–21 BYU Cougars mens basketball team represents Brigham Young University in the 2020–21 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. It is head coach Mark Popes second season as BYUs head coach and the Cougars tenth season as members of the We ...