Guest speakers included Dr Hardy Yong Xiang vice-dean of the Institute for Cultural Industries at Beijing University, and Dr Lucy Montgomery, research fellow at Queensland University.
What does VD stand for?
VD stands for Vice-Dean
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We have 18 other meanings of VD in our Acronym Attic
- Ventral Dorsal (radiography)
- Ventriculo Derecho (Spanish: Right Ventricle)
- Venus Doom (music album)
- Verkställande Direktör
- Vertical Deflection
- Vertical Descent
- Vertical Distance (airdrop computations)
- Very Difficult (rock climbing grade)
- Veterans Day (holiday)
- Veterinary Doctor
- Video Disc
- Violent Delight (band)
- Vir Devotus (Latin: Devout Man, epigraphy)
- Virgins In Denial (band)
- Virtual Directory
- Visite Décennale (French: Defects Visit; nuclear power plant outage)
- Visual Designer (for PowerBasic)
- Viterbi Detector
- Vivens Dedit (Latin: He Gave When Alive, epigraphy)
- Vlade Divac (basketball player)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Vladimir Golubev, dean of the Faculty of Land Economics and Management, and Irina Fartukova, vice-dean in the same faculty, recently visited Liverpool to agree the programme content and structure.
Linas Juknevicius, the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering (VGtu).
Professor Yvonne Carter, vice-dean of the Warwick Medical School and Nick Stokes, the head of development for Age Concern, have been given the posts at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.
Ottawa -- Father John Huels, vice-dean and professor of Canon Law at the Catholic St.
The Cray SX-6 system is ideal for the large-scale calculations we need to make to advance our science, and we are excited about the opportunities it makes available to do innovative and ground-breaking studies," says Pekka Sinervo, professor of physics and vice-dean, Research Infrastructure and Graduate Education in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
``I hope it will provide some light despite the darkness,'' said Canon John Inge, vice-dean of Ely Cathedral.
Although John Bargrave's name may not be recognized by most readers, this somewhat obscure mid-seventeenth-century Kentish gentleman, traveler, and vice-Dean of Canterbury Cathedral has warranted a book-length study of his life almost by historical accident: Bargrave's Cabinet of Curiosities, assembled during his Cromwellian-era travels on the continent, remains one of the few such collections to have survived largely intact.