30th United States Congress - Members

Members

This list is arranged by chamber, then by state. Senators are listed in order of seniority, and Representatives are listed by district.

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University Of California, San Francisco - Academics
... faculty includes five Nobel Prize winners, 31 members of the National Academy of Sciences, 69 members of the Institute of Medicine, and 30 members of the Academy of Arts and Sciences ...
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... The University of California and most of its campuses are members of the Association of American Universities (AAU) ... Collectively, the system counts among its faculty (as of 2002) 389 members of the Academy of Arts and Sciences 5 Fields Medal recipients 19 Fulbright Scholars 25 MacArthur Fellows 254. 106 members of the Institute of Medicine Eight campuses operate on the quarter system, while Berkeley and Merced are on the semester system ...
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... Seven of its members received the Victoria Cross, the nation's highest award for gallantry, these were (in alphabetical order by surname) Tom Derrick John Hurst Edmondson ... Military decorations awarded to members of the 9th Division include 7 Victoria Crosses (VC) 41 Companion of the Distinguished Service Orders (DSO) Order of the British Empire 9 Officers of the ...
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... The National Assembly (Al Jamiya al-Wataniyah/Assemblée Nationale) has 81 members, elected for a five-year term in single-seat constituencies ... (Majlis al-Shuyukh/Sénat) has 56 members, 53 members elected for a six-year term by munical councillors with one third renewed every two years and 3 members elected by Mauritanians abroad ...

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