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gasman

[′gas‚mən]
(mining engineering)
An underground official who examines the mine for firedamp and has charge of its removal.
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Gasman says the combination of limited financial resources of both the students and many of the colleges impedes efforts to sell the program to students.
The education department, under the leadership of secretary Betsy DeVos, seems to be "neither dedicated to increasing equity nor making students' lives more supportive," Gasman added.
Among such reformers is Professor Marybeth Gasman. When it comes to racial equity and the demolition of walls of racial prejudice, Gasman stands out as a champion.
While each of the MSIs under study addresses the needs of minority students in different ways, Conrad and Gasman provide in fascinating detail the programs at each MSI that have been developed for minority students.
We were looking to jump leaps and bounds over the competition," said Gasman. He then added, "We're confident that we achieved this and more.
A CALLOUS burglar who tricked his way into an 87-year-old woman's home posing as the gasman and stole her precious belongings is behind bars today.
For example, in the Rockefeller archives, there are copious notes related to the funding of everything from books and curriculum to landscaping and selecting teachers (Fosdick, 1962; Harr & Johnson, 1988; Gasman, 2007; Gasman, 2003).
Bowman recently co-authored a book with Marybeth Gasman, A Guide to Fundraising at Historically Black Colleges and Universities: An All Campus Approach.
Marybeth Gasman, who served as editor of this work, has as a central premise that "too little emphasis on exploring historical issues or using historical methods to examine higher education problems is taking place" in graduate education programs.
A GASMAN appearing at court tried to evade the waiting Press photographers by dressing as a woman, complete with high heels.