Definitions for "Institution"
That which instituted or established
Established order, method, or custom; enactment; ordinance; permanent form of law or polity.
An established or organized society or corporation; an establishment, especially of a public character, or affecting a community; a foundation; as, a literary institution; a charitable institution; also, a building or the buildings occupied or used by such organization; as, the Smithsonian Institution.
A residential facility that provides food, shelter, and professional services (including treatment, skilled nursing, intermediate or long-term care, and custodial or residential care). Examples include general, mental, or chronic disease hospitals; inpatient community mental health centers; halfway houses and nursing homes; alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers; homes for the aged or dependent, residential schools for the mentally or physically handicapped; and homes for dependent and neglected children.
A state facility in which offenders are confined. Includes prisons, secure mental health facilities, and secure child-caring institutions. to top
NDOC housing unit for medium or higher security offenders.
a structural unit, which performs independent tasks
The notion of institution has been created by Joseph Goguen and Rod Burstall in the late 1970's in order to deal with the "population explosion among the logical systems used in computer science". The notion tries to capture the essence of what a logical system is. With this, it is possible to develop concepts of specification languages (like structuring of specifications, parameterization, implementation, refinement, development), proof calculi and even tools in a way completely independent of the underlying logical system.
We have only one institution. This should be set to EMORY - Emory University.
The Institution shall be Case Western Reserve University
a component of the college, university college, institute and agency sector or of the university sector; each is created by legislation, can hire employees in its own name, has a governing board, and provides educational learning opportunities.
Keywords:  foi, ich, autonomy, private, congregate
Any public or private entity or agency (including federal, state, and local agencies) [Federal Policy §___.102(b)].
a publicly or privately funded congregate setting where the individuals who are served do not have autonomy over their daily routines and activities, and are not living in the least restrictive setting
The general term used for government ministries, agencies, boards and other bodies subject to the FOI/Privacy Act. An institution is responsible for administering and adhering to the requirements of the legislation.
The act or ceremony of investing a clergyman with the spiritual part of a benefice, by which the care of souls is committed to his charge.
Anything forming a characteristic and persistent feature in social or national life or habits.
a collection of social roles (plus, peripherally, some infrastructure and perhaps equipment, and the people who fill the roles)
a persistent structure of human relationships (e
That which institutes or instructs; a textbook; a system of elements or rules; an institute.
An elementary rule, principle, or practice.
A professional investment management company. Typically, this term is used to describe large money managers such as banks, pension funds, mutual funds, and insurance companies.
A large organization, such as a pension or mutual fund. Institutions account for most trading volume.
An organization, probably very large, engaged in professional investing in securities. Normally a bank, insurance company, or mutual fund.
a selection of corporate human nature plus the machinery and the instrumentalities through which that human nature operates
Location of research. Retains ultimate responsibility for human subject regulation compliance.
a separate legal entity distinct from the individual members of its governing body
a set of constraints which governs the behavioral relations among individuals or groups
a gathering or network of people who find it advantageous to pool their collective skills and resources to work together, and
a group of one or more physical persons acting together
a group of people working together for some purpose
Keywords:  academic, name
A name of an academic institution
Keywords:  instruction, education
Instruction; education.
Keywords:  school
Keywords:  thing, nature
a thing of nature
Keywords:  study, completed, identifies
Identifies the institution where the study was completed.
Keywords:  issuing, money, market, name
The name of the institution issuing a CD or money market.