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Knin; after that, he worked as a professor of fine arts in several towns along the Adriatic coast and in Serbia. In 1931 he settled in Belgrade. He worked as a drawing teacher in many different Belgrade grammar and high schools.

… called the Klaipėda Stasys Šimkus Conservatoire). He was a professor of composition at the Conservatoire from 1931 to 1937 and also conducted the State Opera at Kaunas.

…İştar Gözaydın (April 5, 1959 – Istanbul, Turkey) is a professor of Law and Politics. She is also a founder of the Helsinki Citizens Assembly, a human rights organization in Turkey. She was a research fellow at the University of London, Birkbeck College Birkbeck, University of London in 2009 and she was a Fulbright Program scholar in the U.S. in 1986-87.

…Đurović was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in what was then the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. She attended the school of economics at the University of Belgrade and is a professor of the Serbian language. Now based in Belgrade, she was a founding member of the Progressive Party in 2008.

…Đonlagić began teaching at the University of Sarajevo in 1998 as a teaching assistant. He became a professor of Finances in 2006. He has also served as the vice-dean and executive manager of School of Economics and Business Sarajevo from…

…Čelakovský was a professor of plant physiology at the Czech Technical University in Prague, and was a specialist in research of slime molds. He was the author of an 1890 book on the phylum Myxomycota called České myxomycety.

…Ümit Cizre (born 1946) is a Turkish academic, and a leading expert on civilian-military relations in Turkey. She is a professor of political science and international relations at Istanbul Şehir University. She is the editor of Almanac Turkey 2005 – Security Sector and Its Democratic Oversight (2006), which gained public attention in Turkey.

…Øyvind Sverre Bruland (born 14 December 1952) is a professor of Clinical Oncology and faculty of Medicine at the University of Oslo. Bruland holds a B.Sc., M.D and Ph.D. from the University of Oslo, Norway. His research includes: primary…

…Øystein Fischer (born 9 March 1942 in Bergen, died 19 September 2013) was a Norwegian physicist and specialist in the field of superconductivity. He was a professor of the Faculty of Science of the University of Geneva. He was also the…

Princeton, New Jersey, United States, in 1964 at the Saarland University and in 1975-1976 at the University of Munich, Germany. He and his wife Nimet, also a professor of archaeology at Ankara University, formed a remarkable team, dominating…

…Ölander became an associate professor of physical chemistry at Stockholm University in 1929. He was a professor of theoretical chemistry and electrochemistry at the Royal Institute of Technology 1936-1943, in inorganic and physical chemistry at Stockholm University 1943-1960, and in physical chemistry at Stockholm University 1960-1968.

…Ólafur was educated at Akureyri Junior College (matriculated 1935), and studied law at the University of Iceland (graduated 1939, Hdl. 1942). Following postgraduate studies in Denmark and Sweden, he worked as a lawyer and accountant, before returning to academia, becoming a lecturer and serving as a professor of law at the University of Iceland 1947-78.

… then a Professor of Political Science at the same university in 1973. He was the University’s first Professor of Political Science.

…Ó Cobhthaigh was a member of a hereditary bardic family based in what is now County Westmeath. His obit in the Annals of the Four Masters describe him as an ollamh, a professor of poetry, indicating that his verses were very highly regarded. No examples of his work is known to survive.

… was a Professor of Irish at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies’s School of Celtic Studies for five years between 1973 and 1978. Following this Ó Buachalla was Professor of Modern Irish Language and Literature at University College…

…Étienne Vincent Borne (January 22, 1907 – June 14, 1993) was born in Manduel (Gard). He was a professor of philosophy Hypokhâgne at Lycée Henri-IV in Paris. Étienne Borne founded the Mouvement Republicain Populaire (MRP), and the French Christian Democratic Party. He was a columnist in the newspaper La Croix.

professor of medicine at Laval University and the Centre hospitalier universitaire de Québec Research Center, he was also a scientific director of the World Health Organization’s Collaborative Centre in Environmental Health.

…Émile Damais (4 March 1906 in Paris – 8 April 2003) was a French composer and musicologist. A prisoner in the Stalag II B, Hammerstein / Schlochau (Poland) during the Second World War, he composed there Ô nuit… for singing and orchestra. He was also a professor of music history.

…Éliette Abécassis (born January 27, 1969) is a French writer of Moroccan-Jewish descent. She is a professor of philosophy at the University of Caen Normandy.

…Åkesson was born in Östhammar in 1964. She is a professor of Zoology at Lund University.

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