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The president has little influence in day-by-day curricular changes, but if he looks ahead two, three, or five years to anticipate issues and throw out challenging ideas, he can open the way for innovation, and he can also have a great deal to say as to what path it will take.
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Mr. Sulzberger's successor as publisher is Mr. Orvil E. Dryfoos, who is president of the New York Times Co., and who has been with the Times since 1942.
-- The board of regents of Paris Junior College has named Dr. Clarence Charles Clark of Hays, Kan. as the school's new president.
His reference to ' discredited carcass ' or ' tattered remains ' of the president's leadership is an insult to the man who led our forces to victory in the greatest war in all history, to the man who was twice elected overwhelmingly by the American people as president of the United States, and who has been the symbol to the world of the peace-loving intentions of the free nations.
Howard E. Simpson, the railroad's president, said, `` A drastic decline in freight loading due principally to the severe slump in the movement of heavy goods has necessitated this regrettable action ''.
F. Morris Cochran, university vice president and business manager, said the house has been bought to provide rental housing for faculty families, particularly for those here for a limited time.
-- The New York University Board of Trustees has elected the youngest president in the 130-year history of NYU, it was announced yesterday.
John Di Massimo has been elected president of the 1961 Columbus Day Celebration Committee, it was announced yesterday.
Election of Howard L. Taylor to membership in Pacific Coast Stock Exchange, effective Tuesday, has been announced by Thomas P. Phelan, president of the exchange.
Taylor, president and voting stockholder of Taylor and Co., Beverly Hills, has been active in the securities business since 1925.
The body has a permanent secretariat, the Anglican Communion Office, of which the Archbishop of Canterbury is president.
They discuss how their finances will improve now that Torvald has a new job as the vice president of the bank.
The Bundestag can be dissolved by the president on the recommendation of the chancellor if the latter has lost a vote of confidence in the Bundestag.
A bishop is the president of the Aaronic priesthood in his ward ( and is thus a form of Mormon Kohen ; in fact, a literal descendant of Aaron has " legal right " to act as a Bishop after being found worthy and ordained by the First Presidency ).
Several years ago, the president of the Regional Council, Jean-Yves Le Drian wanted the number to be 20, 000 by 2010, though this has not been accomplished.
Although the March 2007 issue of Foreign Policy listed BJU as one of " The World's Most Controversial Religious Sites " because of its past influence on American politics, BJU has seen little political controversy since Stephen Jones became president.
Its disloyalty to the president came to the fore during the mutinies in 1996 – 1997, but ever since then it has faced internal problems.
Chad's president Idriss Déby has an interest in tranquility in north-western C. A. R., due to the proximity to the location of the Chad-Cameroon Petroleum Development and Pipeline Project.
The president is the commander in chief of the armed forces, has the procedural duty of appointing the prime minister with the consent of the Sabor ( Parliament ) through a simple majority vote, and has some influence on foreign policy.
None of the Greek Cypriot parties has been able to elect a president by itself or dominate the 56-seat House of Representatives.
The foundation has its members appointed by the Swedish government ( 4 to 8 seats ), the departments appoints one member, the student union appoints one member and the president automatically gains one chair.
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A little later the district attorney woke up, emerged from under the couch, looked at his watch, and realized he had an engagement that very hour to address a meeting of the Culture Forum on `` The Civic Spirit of the Southland '', in the Byzantine room of the hotel where his wife, as president of the forum, was to preside.
Vast spraying programs conducted by `` technicians with narrow training and little wisdom '' are endangering crops and wildlife, Carl W. Buchheister, president of the National Audubon Society, said today.
`` When you stand up in public and take vows to strive to set an example before your children and to teach them the fundamentals of the Christian faith, you strive a little harder to uphold those vows '', explains the slender vice president of the young couples Sunday school class.
He belonged to a social club, a civic group, little theater, swimming team, and had been president of the student forum as well as treasurer of the science club.
Honduran president Rafael Leonardo Callejas Romero, elected in November 1989, enjoyed little success in the early part of his administration as he attempted to adhere to a standard economic austerity package prescribed by the International Monetary Fund ( IMF ) and the World Bank.
During his term as president, however, Adams achieved little of long-term consequence in foreign affairs.
Facing little opposition from the fractured Federalist Party, Monroe was easily elected president in 1816, winning over 80 percent of the electoral vote and becoming the last president during the First Party System era of American politics.
The obstacles are a lack of law enforcement in these areas, inconsistent government economic and environmental planning, corruption, and the overwhelming concentration of power in the hands of a president who shows little tolerance of grassroots activity.
Though the head of state, be it governor-general, monarch, or president, will have nominal powers to " check " those of the prime minister, in practice these individuals are usually regarded as little more than figureheads who are expected not to actively intervene in day-to-day politics.
Short of dissolving parliament and calling for new elections, the president was left with little power to influence public policy regarding crime, the economy, and public services.
The president of the Republic of China, unlike the president of the United States, does not wield veto power, providing him with little to no leverage in negotiating with an opposition legislature, regardless of how slim the majority.
In 1969, Shenton persuaded Ellis Hillman, a Polytechnic lecturer, to become president of the Flat Earth Society, but there is little evidence of any activity on his part until after Shenton's death, when he added most of Shenton's library to the archives of the Science Fiction Foundation which he helped to establish.
At the time of the event, Elan Steinberg, vice president of the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and their Descendants stated that " Holocaust survivors view Jedwabne as a symbol of the widespread, but little acknowledged, collaboration by the local population in the countries occupied by the Nazis in the slaughter and the plunder of the Jews during World War II.
A bookish little man whose passion is the printed page, but who is conspired against by a bank president and a wife and a world full of tongue-cluckers and the unrelenting hands of a clock.
The name of the little community, originally Section Thirteen, became Willow Springs, then became Depot Springs, because of its ties to the railroad, then Billings, in honor of a president of the Northern Pacific Company, and finally Cheney, Washington in honor of Benjamin P. Cheney, a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad.
A little known fact about Dempsey is that for a short time he was a part-time bodyguard for Thomas F. Kearns, president of The Salt Lake Tribune and son of Utah's U. S. Senator Thomas Kearns ( no relation to Jack Kearns ).
In another example Cato president Ed Crane and Sierra Club executive director Carl Pope co-wrote a 2002 op-ed piece in the Washington Post calling for the abandonment of the Republican energy bill, arguing that it had become little more than a gravy train for Washington, D. C. lobbyists.
George Meany, for example, had little experience as a union member or local union leader, but rose quickly to the top of the AFL – CIO due to his effectiveness as president of the New York State AFL.
During the second half of May 1929, Yuri Larin ( Юрий Ларин, 1882 – 1932 ) proposed a continuous production week ( nepreryvnaya rabochaya nedelya = nepreryvka ) to the Fifth Congress of Soviets of the Union, but so little attention was paid to his suggestion that the president of the Congress did not even mention it in his final speech.
In 1975, two years after the coup, he met with Pinochet for 45 minutes, where the general “ indicated very little indeed about his own or the government ’ s feeling ” and the president asked Friedman to write him a letter laying out what he thought Chile ’ s economic policies should be, which he also did.