The British Academy published a new booklet, Past, Present and Future, today looking at the contributions humanities and social sciences have made to national and international issues, such as climate change, international security and economic recovery, through lawyers, historians, linguists and philosophers among others.
What does HMSA stand for?
HMSA stands for Humanities and Social Sciences
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We have 7 other meanings of HMSA in our Acronym Attic
- Health Management Systems of America
- Health Manpower Shortage Area
- Healthcare Manpower Shortage Area
- Historic Motor Sport Association
- Hitachi Medical Systems America, Inc.
- Hmong Minnesota Student Association
- Homewood Maitland Safety Association (Toronto, ON, Canada)
- Hot Mix Sand Asphalt
- Houston Masters Sports Association (Texas)
- Humane Methods of Slaughter Act of 1958
- Hypermobility Syndrome Association
- Seaman Apprentice, Hospital Corpsman Striker (USN/USNR Rating)
- Health Management Strategic Advisory Council
- Hatch Mounted Satellite Antenna Systems
- Her Majesty's South African Ship
- Highly Migratory Species Advisory Subpanel
- Humanities, Management, Social and Applied Sciences (Edge Hill University; UK)
- Hazardous Materials Safety Assistance Team
- Harris-Moran Seed Company
- Hatfield Marine Science Center (Oregon State University)
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is dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of history at Dallas Baptist University, 3000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, Texas 75211-9213.
Research in natural sciences and applied fields is increasingly collectivized or industrialized (Weinberg, 1972: Ziman, 1981, 1983, 1987), but humanities and social sciences are still predominantly areas for the cottage industry - i.
Initiated by political scientist Sheila Tobias, a visiting scholar at the University of Arizona in Tucson, the ongoing program has involved documenting and analyzing how faculty and graduate students in the humanities and social sciences, acting as "surrogate learners," react to science courses.
is dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and professor of history at Dallas Baptist University, 3000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, Tex.