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Appointment

A designation in which a person or company allows an agent to act on their behalf. See also: Agency.
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These joint appointments will place these faculty and researchers as chief scientists at Qeeri.
Thompson is associate dean for research and professor of neurology, psychiatry and the behavioral sciences, radiology, pediatrics and ophthalmology at the Keck School of Medicine, with a joint appointment at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
Despite the sentiments of some that we are actually taking something away from the school committee during a joint appointment, my contention is that we're actually giving them something that they don't currently have," Mr.
Amar, Associate Professor, has a joint appointment in the departments of theology and classics, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana.
He then joined the University of Wisconsin faculty, where he held a joint appointment between the Industrial Engineering Department and Mathematics Research Center and courtesy appointments in computer science and mathematics.
In the departments of Petroleum Engineering and of Geology and Geophysics, the funds will be aided to a senior petrophysics research professor with a joint appointment.
He reiterated that he believes state law says vacancies should be a joint appointment between the selectmen and the school committee members representing the town.
Matthew Parsons (right) is the newly established chair in gerontology nursing, a joint appointment between the University of Auckland and the DHB.
Positron emission tomography (PET) is a powerful tool for studying the molecular processes that occur in the brain," said Paul Vaska, head of PET physics at Brookhaven with a joint appointment at Stony Brook, who led the development of the portable scanner together with Brookhaven colleagues David Schlyer and Craig Woody.
The post, a joint appointment between Northumberland County Council and Tynedale Council, is to support the work of the local Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership, known as Tynedale Community Safety Partnership.
For the past five years, she has been a specialist registrar in community gynaecology, a joint appointment by Birmingham Women's Hospital and BSCHT.

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