Candidate Members

Some articles on candidate members, members, member, candidate member:

American Orthopaedic Society For Sports Medicine - AOSSM Members - Candidate Members
... Candidate members are physicians who are enrolled in or have completed an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) approved orthopaedic sports medicine fellowship in the United States or ... and commitment to sports medicine as required of active members and as otherwise established by the Board of Directors and Membership Committee ... Candidate members are not eligible to vote, hold office, or serve on the Board of Directors ...
International Association Of Students In Agricultural And Related Sciences - History - Chronology of The Annual World Congresses
... New members Belgium, Denmark, France and Sweden Special event The exchange did exist in two parts The exchange weeks and trainings that were organised by IAESTE. 1960 4th Congress in Rehovot (Israel) Topic Intensive Agriculture New member country Israel 1961 5th Congress in Bern (Switzerland) New member countries Austria, Great Britain, Nigeria, Portugal 1962 6th Congress ...
Orgburo - Election and Chronology
... The first Orgburo of three members (Vladimirsky, Krestinsky and Sverdlov) was elected on January 16, 1919, at the Central Committee meeting ... plenum elected the new Orgburo of five members and of one candidate member on March 25, 1919 ... such as Joseph Stalin, Vyacheslav Molotov, Lazar Kaganovich and others were both members of the Orgburo and of the Politburo, but most of the Orgburo members were ...
Secretariat Of The Central Committee Of The Communist Party Of The Soviet Union - Members of The Secretariat 1917–1991
... Date Comments 6 August 1917 Felix Dzerzhinsky, Matvei Muranov and Yakov Sverdlov (full members) Adolph Joffe and Elena Stasova (candidate members) 16 March ...

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