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collegiate

1. of or relating to a college or college students
2. (of a university) composed of various colleges of equal standing
3. Canadian short for collegiate institute
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Rousseau (1995) and Arguyis (1990) suggest there is a psychological or implied contract beyond the formal contract that exists between co-workers which serves to bind extra-role collegial behaviors.
Beime School of Law at the start of 2005, has always struck me as one of the most collegial colleagues one could be fortunate enough to have on one's law school faculty.
Collegial intervention is the educational step in the process.
Religious sisters, in their solidarity with the poor and outcasts, are now the primary voice for this prophetic tradition and its collegial bond with the people of God.
Collegial social support includes sharing friendships, personal problems, and confidences.
We expect that our writing group will continue to help us manage our different professional responsibilities, providing the necessary collegial support to help each of us navigate successfully through a dynamic academic environment of institutional expectations, personal goals, and collegial opportunity.
Speaking to a widespread sense that outside auditors have become more cautious and less collegial with their clients--given that the Public Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) is now staring over their shoulders--Hanish said that many corporate executives believe auditor fees have been driven up by decisions by audit engagement leaders to send issues to their regional or national issues for review.
Kezar & Eckel (2002) posited a framework for studying collegial culture that extends Bergquist's (1992) cultural archetypes and crosses with Tierney's (1991) institutional characteristics and activities.
Ominously, much of the federal debt being accumulated as Washington militarizes our society is being underwritten by Communist China, which (not to put too fine a point on the matter) has a less collegial relationship with the U.
Through this association the cardinals, archbishops, and bishops of Canada express their collegial responsibility through collective action to ensure the progress of the Church and the coordination of Catholic activities in Canada.
In the years following World War II, there were collegial relationships between researchers in government laboratories and scientists in academe and industry.
Villella is certain Lopez will help maintain the collegial atmosphere he desires for his company.

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