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  • ...e went on to take an [[Master of Arts (postgraduate)|MA]] at [[Goldsmiths, University of London|Goldsmiths College]] in [[London]] and received a 'Rome award in ...reland: Paintings, Poetic's and the Old Sod' at the Fuller gallery, Boston University, 1997 and 'Contemporary Art from Ireland' European Central Bank, Frankfurt,
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  • ...He presently serves as Professor of Religious Studies and Law at New York University, Abu Dhabi. Professor Coughlin's teaching and research interests include [[ ...mparativeLawandNationalLegalSy/?view=usa&ci=9780195372977|publisher=Oxford University Press|accessdate=March 10, 2011}}</ref>
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  • ...e= Utah History Encyclopedia |location= Salt Lake City, Utah |publisher= [[University of Utah Press]] |isbn= 0874804256 |oclc= 30473917 }}</ref><ref>{{citation | ...rs, broadcasts, and recordings. The concert programming was changed to a [[Boston Pops]]-style format when Robert C. Bowden became music director in 1974. Bo
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  • ...gie Mellon University]], Pittsburgh, PA in 1964 and an MFA from [[Columbia University]] in 1967. Kozloff was a co-founder [http://lib.stanford.edu/women-art-revo ...ndation fellowship [2004]. Honors include an Alumni Award, Carnegie Mellon University [2005], a Lifetime Achievement Award from the [[Women’s Caucus for Art]],
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  • In 2000 Ross moved to [[Emporia, Kansas]] to attend [[Emporia State University]] with intentions to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree. However, in the midd ...s: Contemporary American literature, American short story ([[Emporia State University]])
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  • ...e]] in [[Rantoul, Illinois]], and so McLin went to college nearby at the [[University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign]]. He majored in [[chemical engineering] ...eim, California. After working there for a year, McLin attended [[Stanford University]] and earned a master’s degree in [[mechanical engineering]] (1970). Alon
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  • | education = SM, MIT Media Lab; <br/>JD, Boston University; <br/>BA, U.Maine ...rom the [[MIT Media Lab]] in 1991, and a [[Juris Doctor|JD]] from [[Boston University School of Law]] in 1994. He is the only Media Lab alumnus to become a [[la
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  • Fletcher graduated from [[Boston University]] with a BFA, with a major in Theatre and a minor in Art History. [[Category:Boston University alumni]]
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  • ...A]] [[Mathematics]] and [[Bachelor of Science|BS]] [[Computer Science]], [[University of Florida]] .... Flanagan High School]]. For his undergraduate studies, he attended the [[University of Florida]], where he graduated with both a [[Bachelor of Arts]] in [[Math
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  • ...ter scientist]] who has developed an identity verification system at the [[University of Houston]]. '''Ioannis A. Kakadiaris''' received his B.Sc. in Physics (1989) from the [[University of Athens]].
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  • ...[[American Bar Association]], [[Massachusetts Bar Association]], and the [[Boston Bar Association]]. ...2012 |newspaper=Bankruptcy Law Section Newsletter |date=Fall 2008 |agency=Boston Bar Association| page=4}}</ref>
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  • ...The Boston Business Journal, March 20, 2000 [http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/stories/2000/03/20/tidbits.html].</ref><ref>The Hubbell Group Adds Doyle an ...mes,: January 16, 1992 [http://www.nytimes.com/1992/01/16/business/bank-of-boston-shawmut-merger-talks-end.html].</ref>
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  • |alma_mater = [[Washington and Lee University]] ...high school in [[Bethel, Maine]]. Bevin then attended [[Washington and Lee University]] on an [[ROTC]] scholarship, graduating in 1989 with a major in East Asian
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  • ...a]] (Sweden). He was distinguished as outstanding lecturer at the [[Hebrew University of Jerusalem]], where he ran the Four-Year, Preparatory and Freshman Progra ...e-year period, during which he completed his MA in Education at the Hebrew University (''cum laude'') and his doctoral studies at [[The Jewish Theological Semina
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  • Pitt was born in [[Decatur, Alabama]]. He attended the [[University of Alabama]] and graduated with a [[Bachelor of Arts]] [[Academic degree|de Following his Army service, Pitt attended [[Boston College Law School]] and received his [[Juris Doctor]] in 1977, after which
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  • ...s Theater in Columbia. She earned a master of fine arts in acting from the University of California, Irvine, and remained in L.A. determined to go the sitcom rou * Workshop, New York, Boston 2005
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  • | education = [[University of Virginia]]; La Varenne Ecole de Cuisine, Burgundy, France Holland attended the [[University of Virginia]], where she graduated in 1987 with a BA in Russian Language an
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  • ...om fiction, but I enjoyed the research. It reminded me of my glory days at university and advanced my understanding of mental illness in our society. Like Charli ...ht film. She has conducted seminars on writing or readings of her work in Boston, Massachusetts; Paris, France and Stockholm Sweden."
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  • ''Officially unknown.'' Studied at [[Drew University]] and [[Boston University]], and appeared familiar with [[Theosophy]], Gnostic ([[Bogomil]] derivativ ...e 1893. He was a regular student at the School of Medicine of the [[Boston University]] for a year.<ref name=drew/>
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  • [[Category:Boston University alumni]]
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