• Honorary title (academic) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honorary_title_(academic) Honorary titles (professor, reader, lecturer) in academia may be conferred on persons in recognition of contributions by a non-employee or by an employee beyond regular duties. This practice primarily exists in the UK and some universities and colleges in the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, New Zealand, Japan, Denmark, and Canada. ...
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    wikimili.com/en/Honorary_title_(academic) Honorary Professor Dr. Irwin Jacobs received an Honorary Distinguished Chair Professorship from National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan in 2013 Sir John Meurig Thomas received an Honorary Distinguished Professorship from Osaka Prefecture University, Japan in 2006. In the UK, this is the highest title to be awarded to individuals whom the university wish to appoint, honor, and to work with.
  • Honorary degree - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honorary_degree An honorary degree is an academic degree for which a university (or other degree-awarding institution) has waived all of the usual requirements, such as matriculation, attendance, course credits, a dissertation, and the passing of comprehensive examinations.It is also known by the Latin phrases honoris causa ("for the sake of the honour") or ad honorem ("to the honour").
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    dictionary.sensagent.com/Honorary%20title/en-en Honorary title may refer to:. Honorary title (academic), primarily exists in Britain as well as some universities and colleges in the United States and Canada Title of honor, as an award in recognition of their merits; The Honorary Title, an indie rock band from Brooklyn, New York; See also. Courtesy title, a form of address in systems of nobility used by children, former wives and other close ...
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    www.otago.ac.nz/humanresources/training/academic-staff/.../otago069302.html Honorary Titles are awarded to persons who are undertaking activities which provide a significant ongoing contribution of benefit to the University, and to recognise the importance of the continuing relationship between the appointee and the University. Honorary Titles are normally associated with ...
  • How to Use Your Honorary Title - Get an ... - LADC Institute

    www.ladc-institute.com/menu/how-to-use-your-honorary-title The honorary degree you will receive is an impressive document ready for framing or displaying in your office or place of work. It is printed on custom-made parchment paper, includes our golden adhesive seal, and the signature of the Officer of LADC Institute.
  • Honorary academic title | ANU Medical School

    medicalschool.anu.edu.au/getting-involved/honorary-academic-title The honorary status of an ANU title is offered to clinicians through an unpaid appointment. Title holders cannot establish any employment relationship with the University. The appointment does not alter any existing employment relationship with another organisation or institution.
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    oau.ebaoxford.co.uk/about-us-oau/about-honorary-professor-title 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS The title was established by Academic Union, Oxford with the support of the Club of Rectors of Europe Conferment of this title is a symbol of credit and expression of honor to people, who are promoting social and intellectual progress of modern society, integration and empowerment in the field of science, culture, business, economy, development of innovative processes in ...
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    answersdrive.com/can-you-be-called-doctor-with-an-honorary-degree-5943027 Most likely the answer is no, you should not call yourself "Dr."if your only doctorate degree is an honorary one.But some universities might not mind so much if they do.In some countries, a person who holds an honorary doctorate may use the title "Doctor" prenominally, abbreviated "Dr.h.c." or "Dr.(h.c.)".