added that officials dealing with the section also misbehaved with the candidates as they seek timeframe for their degree attestation.
As many as 1500 dollars are spent as monthly stipend on a scholar
for studying abroad besides other expenses, while those who completed their PhD degrees in the country were also sent abroad for six months for research work expending huge money', a scholar
Dr Syeda Samra told.
will retrieve published and unpublished literature, conference papers, technical reports, dissertations, pre-prints, drafts, patents, abstracts, and many other document types.
This recent comment from one of my students is typical of many: "I have never found Google Scholar
as frustrating and limiting as I did with this assignment.
Richmond Nettey, associate dean of Kent State's College of Applied Engineering, Sustainability and Technology, a Kent State team of administrators, faculty and staff from across the university submitted a proposal to the Council for International Exchange of Scholars
to host the 2013 Fulbright Visiting Scholar
Programme for Libya and Iraq.
Today, when a scholar
is given a certain government position, many others get angry and jealous.
The more efficient situation both on a micro and macro level is therefore for institutions to appoint one senior scholar
ensuring quality, and overseeing two or more scholars
with fewer commitments that can also dedicate more time to the firm.
Since the last review , Google Scholar
added "cited by" linking, a feature available in Web of Science and Scopus.
His experiences qualified him for support from the Scholar
Rescue Fund, a project of the nonprofit Institute of International Education, perhaps best known for administering the Fulbright Student and Scholars
The three heroes in Franklin's life are his parents and Professor Currier, a white scholar
, dedicated to Fisk; he was "my dearest friend," says Franklin.
Looking over the landscape of Lucan studies from the past five to ten years suggests that scholars
have been pursuing two basic sets of questions.
IN PROPHET AND TEACHER: AN INTRODUCTION TO the Historical Jesus (Westminster) biblical scholar
William Herzog, who acknowledges all the problems with trying to find the Jesus behind and before the gospels, has set out to uncover a radical and prophetic Jesus who is haunted by a vision of God's reign that challenges the economic and political systems of his day (and ours).