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Fasser, Carl E.; And Others – Academic Medicine, 1992
A survey of 58 second- and third-year medical school geriatric fellows found they perceived their research training as inadequate, because of insufficient time for research activities and inadequate exposure to research-qualified scientists. Results suggest a research-focused third fellowship year may be futile without more resources. (Author/MSE)
Descriptors: Educational Needs, Educational Quality, Fellowships, Geriatrics
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Shulin, David J.; And Others – Academic Medicine, 1992
In a model for training physicians in management, a privately funded program has a physician-fellow working in a community-based private practice to produce compensation for work done and fund academic training. Institutions can thus use clinical income to expand management training within contexts of existing academic missions and patient care…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Educational Finance, Fellowships, Higher Education
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Journal of College Science Teaching, 1989
Explains the rationale, program specifics and initiatives for the preparation and development of staff, curriculum, instructional support, and research for science education in the United States. Includes total program cost for each. (RT)
Descriptors: College Science, Curriculum Development, Education Service Centers, Educational Research
Penna, Richard P.; Sherman, Michael S. – Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 1987
National survey data on pharmaceutical education enrollment rates and trends at all degree levels include information on full- and part-time enrollments, student gender and ethnic characteristics, patterns of specialization, sources of previous degrees, student country of origin, and fellowships. (MSE)
Descriptors: Bachelors Degrees, Business Administration, Chemistry, Doctoral Degrees
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Hitchcock, Maurice A.; And Others – Journal of Medical Education, 1986
A study of 20 faculty development fellows' self-concept as a clinical teacher, before and after a fellowship, revealed a substantial change in self-perception on two of the factors, and increased congruence with perceptions of an ideal teacher. Focus was on the characteristics of authority, sensitivity, and capability. (MSE)
Descriptors: Attitude Change, Family Practice (Medicine), Fellowships, Higher Education
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Wagener, Ursula – Planning for Higher Education, 1991
The article considers efforts to increase the number of minority persons, especially African Americans, earning doctoral degrees and describes the McKnight Doctoral Fellowship Program at the University of Florida which has provided 167 doctoral fellowships. This program illustrates essential program components: aggressive recruitment; constant,…
Descriptors: Affirmative Action, Black Students, Blacks, College Faculty
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Bowers, Lynne Jordan; Leon, Vickie – SRA Journal, 1994
A study of fringe benefits requested by 19 research institutions on behalf of recipients of postdoctoral and junior faculty fellowships found differences reflecting varied institutional policies. It is suggested that, given current funding agency concerns about resource allocation, these and other costs might be more appropriately shared by the…
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, College Administration, College Faculty, Comparative Analysis
Dolan, Carl – Momentum, 1989
Highlights the grants awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities to schools and colleges that serve minority communities in rural areas and inner cities, including Younger Scholars, Independent Study in the Humanities, and Teacher-Scholar fellowships; summer seminars and institutes for teachers and administrators; and masterwork study…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Fellowships, Grants, Grantsmanship
Murphy, Cornelius – Business Officer, 1995
This article reviews and comments on various issues addressed by the 1994 Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audit guidelines for nonprofit organizations. It focuses on topics especially relevant to colleges and universities, such as unrelated business income, employment taxes, fringe benefits, fund raising, research and contracts, scholarships and…
Descriptors: College Stores, Colleges, Contracts, Fellowships
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Robbins, Alan S.; Beck, John C. – Journal of Medical Education, 1982
Performance objectives, core content, training experiences, and clinical exposure and program evaluations are described for geriatric fellows and house staff members in internal medicine, family practice, neurology, and psychiatry. A modified Delphi study was used. (Author/MLW)
Descriptors: Core Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Delphi Technique, Fellowships
Cosovich, Jon – CASE Currents, 1979
The large-gift donor is one of a college's most important assets. For this reason, contacts with these donors should be regularly and systematically reviewed. Five main purposes or designated uses of gifts are categorized: faculty support, student aid, buildings, program support, and libraries. (MLW)
Descriptors: College Buildings, College Faculty, College Libraries, Educational Finance
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Fisher, Albert B., Jr. – American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 1979
Those disciplines in the pharmaceutical sciences where critical manpower shortages now exist or will occur are identified by 34 pharmaceutical manufacturers in response to a request by the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education, which awarded fellowships in four critical areas. High priority needs are appended. (JMD)
Descriptors: Fellowships, Higher Education, Industry, Labor Needs