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Department and head
* Department head / Senior Manager: Senior management architect or non-registered graduate ; responsible for major department ( s ) or functions ; reports to a principal or partner.
George W. Snedecor, the head of Iowa State's Statistics Department, was very likely the first user of an electronic digital computer to solve real world mathematics problems.
Two years later, the governor created a new bureau for immigrant issues in the Department of Labor and appointed reformer Frances Kellor to head it.
Her mother, Lorena ( Daeschner ) Hall, helped found Gustavus Adolphus College's Art Department and served as the department head.
He was head of the Department of Phonetics at University College, London.
In 1912 he became the head of the Department of Phonetics and was appointed to a chair in 1921, a post he held until his retirement in 1949.
* 1994 – Rwandan Genocide: Military advisor to the United Nations Secretary-General and head of the Military Division of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations of the United Nations Maurice Baril recommends that the UN multi-national forces in Zaire stand down.
From 1931 until his death in 1939, Sapir taught at Yale University, where he became the head of the Department of Anthropology.
: The Key Grip is the chief Grip on a set, and is the head of the Set Operations Department.
: The gaffer is the head of the Electrical Department, responsible for the design and execution of the electrical distribution and lighting plan for a production.
Adolf Eichmann was Müller's direct subordinate and head of Department IV, Section B4, which dealt with Jews.
In 1896, Booker T. Washington, the first principal and president of the Tuskegee Institute, invited Carver to head its Agriculture Department.
After the dissolution of the OSS in 1945, Marcuse was employed by the US Department of State as head of the Central European section, retiring after the death of his first wife in 1951.
After the New Exiles land on the world of warring empires, they encounter Dame Emma Frost, head of Britain's Department X and founder of Force-X.
He was nominated in 1965 as head of the General Department of the Central Committee, and given the mandate to set the Politburo agenda, and prepare drafts of numerous Central Committee decrees and resolutions.
Especially under Joseph Bech, head of the Department of Foreign Affairs, the country participated more actively in several international organizations, in order to ensure its autonomy.
The Northern Mariana Islands does elect its own governor to serve as territorial head of government, but it remains a U. S. territory with its head of state being the President of the United States and federal funds to the Commonwealth administered by the Office of Insular Affairs of the United States Department of the Interior.
By September 1945, Newman was appointed head of the Mathematics Department and to the Fielden Chair of Pure Mathematics at the University of Manchester.
In Pakistan, there is a " Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee " whose head is Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman, which takes help from 150 observatories of the Pakistan Meteorological Department all over the country and announces the decision of sighting of new moon.
It is as head of the Holy See, not of Vatican City, that the U. S. Justice Department ruled that the Pope enjoys head-of-state immunity.
As a result he decided to have each member of the Secretariat as the head of a particular Department, meaning that the numbers of actual employees could be increased or decreased as necessary without impacting on the actual Registry.
He served as the head of the Persian Publication Desk at the U. S. Office of War Information during World War II, inaugurated the Voice of America to Iran, and prepared an English-Persian military dictionary for the Department of Defense.
In 1907, the Board of Trustees selected the head of the Department of Mathematics and Astronomy at Princeton University, Edgar Odell Lovett, to head the Institute, which was still in the planning stages.

Department and Lee
Following Kennedy's assassination in November 1963, Peel passed himself off as a reporter for the Liverpool Echo in order to attend the arraignment of Lee Harvey Oswald, and he and a friend can be seen in the footage of the 22 / 23 November midnight press conference at Dallas Police Department when Oswald was paraded before the media.
After Chicago, the Justice Department meted out conspiracy and incitement to riot charges in connection with the violence at Chicago and gave birth to the Chicago Eight, which consisted of Abbie Hoffman, Tom Hayden, David Dellinger, Rennie Davis, John Froines, Jerry Rubin, Lee Weiner, and Bobby Seale.
Lee also received various other titles: in 1776, he was named Commander of the so-called Canadian Department, although he never got to serve in this capacity.
In an effort of bringing more Taiwan-born citizens into government services, Chiang Ching-kuo " exiled " his over-ambitious chief of General Political Warfare Department, General Wang Sheng, to Paraguay as an ambassador ( November 1983 ), and hand-picked Lee Teng-hui as vice-president of the Republic of China ( formally elected May 1984 ), first-in-the-line of succession to the presidency.
During the Wen Ho Lee scandal, involving stolen nuclear secrets from Los Alamos National Laboratory, hearings were called in Congress regarding the Department of Energy's handling of the matter.
Lee County Sheriff's Department administration and Detention Center in Opelika, Alabama | Opelika
Lee Arrendale is also home to the United States ' first all-female fire department and the state's first inmate fire department, thanks to the Georgia Department of Corrections ' ( GDC ) Fire Services Division.
* Lee W. Smith – diplomat, U. S. State Department
Fixed-route bus and trolley service is provided by the Lee County Transit Department, operated as LeeTran ( Web Site ).
" The Shiprock Chapter is under the spot light by the Navajo Department of Justice because of a complaint filed on Jan. 23, alleges chapter President William Lee, Vice President Donald Benally and Secretary Lula Jackson wrote checks to each other and offered pay outs to employees and relatives.
On July 15, 1917, the War Department announced that the camp would be named in honor of General Robert E. Lee, the most famous of the Confederate Civil War commanders.
In October 1940, the War Department ordered the construction of another Camp Lee on the site of the earlier installation.
In 1946, the War Department announced that Camp Lee would be retained as a center for Quartermaster training.
On December 8, 1977, the New Jersey Department of Transportation approved a measure that Route 67 in downtown Fort Lee was declared a No Passing Zone.
* When officers of the Fort Lee Police Department executed a search of his home in 1999, DMX promptly surrendered himself on weapons possession charges.
Lee entered public service, first on the invitation of Attorney General Edward H. Levi to be an Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Civil Division in the United States Department of Justice from 1975 to 1976, and then as Solicitor General of the United States from 1981 to 1985.
Patterson appointed Dr. Edward Lee Battles President of the Department of Evangelism.
* Lee, Y. T. " Crossed Molecular Beam Studies and Dynamics of Decomposition of Chemically Activated Radicals ", University of Chicago, United States Department of Energy ( through predecessor agency the Atomic Energy Commission ), ( September 1973 ).
* Lee, Y. T. " Molecular-beam Studies of Primary Photochemical Processes ", Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, United States Department of Energy, ( December 1982 ).
During the course of David Lee Roth's radio show, he maintained a relationship with Howard Stern News Department reporter Steve Langford.
Lee was publicly named by United States Department of Energy officials, including then-Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson, as a suspect in the theft of classified nuclear-related documents from Los Alamos.
Judge James A. Parker apologized to Lee for the unfair manner in which he was held custody by the executive branch, and for being led by the executive branch to order his detention, stating that he was led astray by the executive branch through its Department of Justice, by its FBI, and its United States attorney.
Those attending included: Jim Stewart ( Scripps Institution of Oceanography ), Lee Somers ( University of Michigan ), Mark Flahan ( San Diego State University ), Woody Southerland ( Duke University ), John Heine ( Moss Landing Marine Laboratories ), Glen Egstrom ( University of California, Los Angeles ), John Duffy ( California Department of Fish and Game ), and James Corry ( United States Secret Service ).
J. D. Tippit ( September 18, 1924 – November 22, 1963 ) was a police officer with the Dallas Police Department who, according to two government investigations including the Warren Commission, was shot and killed by Lee Harvey Oswald after Tippit stopped Oswald following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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