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What does GRA stand for?

GRA stands for Graduate Research Assistant


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Using an eye tracker and more than 100 photos of faces and participants, Eckstein and graduate research assistant Peterson followed the gaze of the experiment's participants to determine where they look in the first crucial moment of identifying a person's identity, gender, and emotional state.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Photographer: Benjamin Covington Graduate Research Assistant, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department, Iowa State University, Ames, USA Before Storm Duet 1 "Flying Away" At the end of the day before a storm, a flock takes flight during the wheat harvest in High wood, Montana.
MacIntosh received two bachelor degrees (in electrical engineering and physiology) in 1978, as well as a PhD (in physiology) from the University of California at Irvine in 1982, where she had been a graduate research assistant.
Members of the Cornell research team include Stephen Hamilton, professor of human development and associate director of the Family Life Development Center (FLDC); his wife, Mary Agnes Hamilton, senior research associate and director of the Cornell Youth in Society Program; Davydd Greenwood, Goldwin Smith Professor of Anthropology; and three bilingual graduate research assistants.
We've got these schools as institutions that are supposed to reproduce our culture and our values, but are extremely stratified based on gender," says Shaun Johnson, a graduate research assistant at CEEP.
The book will be useful as a reference, handbook, and graduate text for second-year graduate students majoring in semi-conductor materials and devices, graduate research assistants conducting research in wide bandgap semiconductors, researchers and technologists, and faculty members.