(Termed 'Degree' or 'diploma' at ANU) A recognised certification of achievement or competence which may be granted to a student after completion of all the requirements of a higher education award program.
The particular achievement â€“ certificate, diploma, degree, graduate certificate, or graduate diploma â€“ conferred upon successful completion of the requirements for that specified program. See program.
In some countries this meansâ€˜degreeâ€™ such as a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Applied Science, Bachelor of Business, etc. It is given (awarded) when a student has completed all the requirements set out by the program to acknowledge completion of the program.
The qualification conferred upon a student following the successful completion of an academic program. The categories of award are: Diploma Bachelor Degree Honours Degree Graduate Certificate Graduate Diploma Master Degree Doctor of Philosophy or Professional Doctorate Higher Doctorate
An award is something given to a person or group of people to recognize excellence in a certain field. Awards are often signified by trophies, titles, certificates, commemorative plaques, medals, badges, pins or ribbons. An award can carry a monetary prize given to the recipient, for instance, the Nobel Prize for contributions to society, or the Pulitzer Prize for literary achievements.
a ruling handed down by either the Australian Commonwealth's Australian Industrial Relations Commission or by a state authority which grants all workers in one industry the same conditions of employment and wages
An award is a legally binding document approved by the Commission (federal or state) prescribing the minimum terms and conditions of employment for those employees covered by the application clause of this award.
a legally binding order made by an industrial tribunal establishing the minimum rights and obligations of employers and employees in regards to wages, salaries, conditions of employment and other industrial issues.
A legally binding document that sets out the conditions and entitlements for employees performing certain types of work in particular industries. See the General Information on Awards section for more information.
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An award is a document which defines the minimum wages and conditions of employment for its specified employees. Awards can be either Federal or State. The main difference between the two is in how they apply to employers.
An agreement between employers and employees - usually in a particular industry - that has been ratified by a State or Commonwealth Industrial Tribunal. The award will set out salary levels and terms and conditions of employment.
An award is a ruling handed down by either the Australian Industrial Relations Commission or by a state industrial relations commission which grants all workers in one industry the same conditions of employment and wages.
a nationwide program designed to honor women who strive toward their highest level of accomplishment and leadership, not only excelling in their chosen fields, but also creating paths so that others may follow
Recognition merchandise, often personalized, used to acclaim performance or milestones. May be useful objects (paperweights, clocks) or for display only (plaques, trophies). A subset of promotional products.
that supports Ph.D.s and clinicians seeking training to develop a career in biomedical research; activity codes are in the K series. For descriptions, go to NIAID Extramural Activity Codes and Training and Career Awards. Go to our Carryover Requests SOP.
Means financial assistance that provides support or stimulation to accomplish a public purpose. Awards include grants and other agreements in the form of money or property in lieu of money, by the Federal Government to an eligible recipient. The term does not include: technical assistance, which provides services instead of money; other assistance in the form of loans, loan guarantees, interest subsidies, or insurance; direct payments of any kind to individuals; and, contracts which are required to be entered into and administered under procurement laws and regulations.
The release of a fully executed contract to an offeror. This release may be accomplished by a contracting officer by depositing the contract in the mail, with a common carrier, delivering it to the offeror, or notifying the contractor by phone, telegram or other means which communicates acceptance of offer by the County. ()
funding obligated by a sponsor to provide support or stimulation to accomplish a particular project or public purpose; includes grants, contracts, and other agreements in the form of property. See also sponsored project.
(see also “assistance agreement, “cooperative agreement”, “grant”, “grant agreement”): financial assistance that provides support or stimulation to accomplish a public purpose. Awards include grants and other agreements in the form of money or property in lieu of money to an eligible recipient.
Acceptance of a bid by Mn/DOT, subject to execution and approval of the contract. The contract is usually awarded within 30 days of the bid opening to the lowest responsible bidder who complies with all prescribed requirements. Mn/DOT notifies the successful bidder by letter that the bid has been accepted subject to execution and approval of the contract as required by law.
The assignment of work under Contract. [D02398] RMW The notification to a bidder of acceptance of a bid. [D02399] PMDT The legal ly binding contracting of resources to produce required results. [D04314] 26
The decision of IDOT in the form of a letter of intent to accept the proposal of the lowest responsible bidder for the work, subject to the approval and execution of a satisfactory contract by IDOT, receipt of a bond to secure the performance thereof, and compliance with such other conditions as may be specified or otherwise required by law.
An award is an agreement between a sponsor and the university for support of research, scholarly or professional training, or public service programs related to research or to scholarly or professional training.
An award is the actual provision of funds to the University of Iowa by the sponsor. Awards are made for approved proposals, and represent an agreement between the sponsor and the UI to carry out the proposed research. With the acceptance of an award, the UI assumes Project Management Responsibilities.
Free airline ticket, hotel stay or night, car rental, merchandise, traveler's check or gift certificate. Depending on the program, awards may be tickets or certificates that must be redeemed at ticket counters, hotel front desks, car rental desks or specific merchandise outlets. The latest form of award redemption is through program Web sites.
SCA awards are given for service, skill in the arts and sciences, or fighting prowess. There are many different types and several levels of awards, carrying varying amounts of prestige. The term can also refer to a medallion or other token given with the award. Kingdom of Atlantia Orders and Awards
A specific amount of financial assistance to pay for education costs offered to a student through one or more financial aid programs. In addition, the approval of financial assistance to students, as in one function of an institution is to award campus-based financial aid to students who meet all the eligibility criteria.