chancellorship chancellorship


  • (n) the office of chancellor


  1. Still, the chancellorship is a major accomplishment for the daughter of a Lutheran pastor raised in East Germany.
  2. Commentators are now openly predicting a Haider chancellorship, possibly within five years.
  3. Tugwell indicated he would take a leave from the chancellorship and let a subordinate run the university until another Governor was found to relieve him.


  • Hiding Cathie Black E-mails Cost City $160,000

    The price of the Bloomberg administration's long, pointless legal fight to keep the messages that led to the failed schools-chancellorship secret has ballooned to about $160,000 in taxpayers' funds . They lost.
    on September 16, 2013     Source: New York Magazine


  1. Mr Osborne added: "The story of the Brown chancellorship is now writing itself: a golden legacy inherited and a golden opportunity missed."
    on Jan 23, 2006 By: George Osborne Source:

  2. "The decision to pursue the chancellorship was not an easy one. I enjoy serving as FAU's president immensely, and not a day goes by that I don't consider myself enormously blessed to work with such fine students, faculty and staff," Brogan said...
    on Jul 9, 2009 By: Frank Brogan Source: Vero Beach Press-Journal (subscription)

  3. "In the chancellorship, Justice Moseneke will symbolise the university's commitment to intellectual integrity and academic excellence," Justice Cameron said.
    on Sep 8, 2006 By: Edwin Cameron Source: The South African Star

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