from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An institution of higher learning, usually a division of a university, that grants master's degrees or doctorates or both.
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- n. A school that awards advanced degrees, such as doctoral degrees; a postgraduate school.
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- n. a school in a university offering study leading to degrees beyond the bachelor's degree
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But a careful reading of the casing notes showed that they were “little more than a graduate school report on some famous buildings,” in the words of Michael Sheehan, who was then in charge of counterterrorism for the New York Police Department NYPD.
In graduate school I'd known him as Barry Graf-tlus.
A graduate of Yale University and the UCLA School of Law first in his class, Mr. Dekom has served as an adjunct professor in the graduate school of UCLA, teaching legal and business principles to film, business and law students.
In 1993 John Boyd worked part-time at the California Board of Equalization while preparing for graduate school in psychology.
IN 1982 a graphic artist named Kris Ellingsen went to graduate school in evolutionary biology and began coming home with the name Robert MacArthur on her lips.
They had met in graduate school at Yale in 1931, and had taken their community organizing skills and love of music to the experimental community of Arthurdale, West Virginia, where they worked with Eleanor Roosevelt in attempting to reinvigorate a downtrodden mining community in the depths of the Great Depression.
Sanders, at the time a recently minted Ph.D. from the University of South Florida, had entered the field late in life, having decided to go to graduate school after her seventeen-year-old son died in a waterskiing accident.
I learned one of the most effective teacher-pleasing strategies when I was a graduate school instructor.
Roberto Escudero was the oldest delegate, elected by the graduate school of philosophy where he was studying Marxism.
I needed it to survive the rigors of West Point, to survive airsickness in the backseat of the F-4, to survive graduate school and flight test engineer school.