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The University of Ottawa Museum of Classical Antiquities was established in 1975 as a teaching collection, operated by the Department of Classical and Religious Studies.
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A second Canadian production by the Sock ' n Buskin Theatre Company opened on March 12, 2009 for a short run in Ottawa at Kailash Mital Theatre at Carleton University.
Sapir's second wife, Jean Victoria McClenaghan, was sixteen years younger than him, had first met Sapir as a student in Ottawa, but had since also come to work at the University of Chicago's department of Juvenile Research.
* Carleton University Ottawa offer courses in Ancient Science and Technology in its Technology, Society and Environment program
During the 1938 Linguistic Society of America Linguistic Institute held at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, he taught a field methods class with Andrew Medler, a speaker of the Ottawa dialect who was born in Saginaw, Michigan but spent most of his life on Walpole Island, Ontario.
In 1941 Bloomfield worked with Ottawa dialect speaker Angeline Williams at the 1941 Linguistic Institute held at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, resulting in a posthumously published volume of texts.
King failed to gain his immediate objective, a teaching position at the University, but earned political credit with the man who would invite him to Ottawa and make him a deputy minister only five years later.
Had I lived in a different town I don't think that this would have happened, because it was just the confluence of educated government workers, and then also all the colleges in the area, Ottawa University, Carleton, and all the schools — these people were interested in blues culture .< ref > Still on a mission from God ; interview with Dan Aykroyd by Roger Gatchet, May 18, 2007, www. austinsound. net.
at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute has demonstrated that ICDs are underused in both the United States and Canada.
Later, Shields did post-graduate work at the University of Ottawa, where she received an MA in 1975.
In 1977, Shields was a sessional lecturer in the English Department at the University of Ottawa for a year.
In addition, the historically French-Catholic, and currently bilingual, Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Ontario uses the term to denote its head.
* Professor Brian McKillop, ' Matters of Mind: The University in Ontario, 1791-1951 ' ( Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press © 1951 )
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The compilation work was undertaken by a number of interested crystallographers in the Department of Mineralogy of the University Museum at Oxford.
Boas used his positions at Columbia University and the American Museum of Natural History to train and develop multiple generations of students.
The two most common systems are the classification adopted by the website AmphibiaWeb, University of California ( Berkeley ) and the classification by herpetologist Darrel Frost and the American Museum of Natural History, available as the online reference database Amphibian Species of the World.
Quickly becoming conversant with the materials, he began a scholarly dialog with Mesoamericanists such as Alfred Tozzer, the Maya archaeologist at Harvard University, and Herbert J. Spinden of the Brooklyn Museum.
The operating theatre of the University of Leiden in which he once worked as an anatomist is now at the center of a museum named after him ; the Boerhaave Museum.
There is a Natural History Museum operating under the direction of the University of Crete and two aquariums-Aquaworld in Hersonissos and Cretaquarium displaying sea creatures common in Cretan waters.
The South Side is home to the University of Chicago ( UC ), ranked one of the world's top ten universities ; and the Museum of Science and Industry.
It is currently on display in The Louvre, with exact replicas in the Oriental Institute in the University of Chicago, the library of the Theological University of the Reformed Churches ( Dutch: Theologische Universiteit Kampen voor de Gereformeerde Kerken ) in The Netherlands and the Pergamon Museum of Berlin.
During the 1980s, Allan Bromley, an associate professor at the University of Sydney, Australia, studied Babbage's original drawings for the Difference and Analytical Engines at the Science Museum library in London.
After dissecting the preserved head and foot of the specimen at the Oxford University Museum and comparing it with the few remains then available of the extinct Rodrigues Solitaire ( Pezophaps solitaria ) they found that the two were closely related.
Mayr joined the faculty of Harvard University in 1953, where he also served as director of the Museum of Comparative Zoology from 1961 to 1970.
* Catalogue of exhibition at the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, University of Glasgow and the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
* David Schwimmer portrays Ross Geller, Monica Geller's older brother, a paleontologist working at the Museum of Natural History, and later a professor of paleontology at New York University.