Example sentences for: deans

How can you use “deans” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Law school deans, to be sure, will soon be confronted with all these recommendations from the bar groups.

  • But since as many as 30 percent to 40 percent of the graduates at schools like CUNY go into small or solo practices within a few years of graduating, the deans argue, it seems folly not to teach them how to stay afloat financially and take on low-income clients at the same time.

  • I have witnessed many changes --physical location of the law school, new faculty coming on board, faculty retiring, tax students surviving my classes, and a periodic changing of the deans.

  • This past academic year, highlights have included the establishment of a Board of Visitors; the appointment of two new campus deans, Marian Pettengill at IU South Bend and Penny Cass at IU Kokomo; recognition of the Community Health Nursing Department by the American Public Health Association; sponsoring two nurse recipients for IU honorary degrees, Hildegard Peplau at IUPUI and Elizabeth Carnegie at IU Southeast; and celebrating the induction in 1993 and 1994 of four more faculty into the American Academy of Nursing.

  • And it's a measure of the seriousness with which they're taken that deans and admissions officers compete fiercely to better their schools' rankings from year to year.


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