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Yost still finds time to play intramural softball on top of her academic work.

Unfortunately, despite this good academic work, Dr Lagina is entirely unsuited to a career in education due to his surname.

How does your week look, in terms of balancing your lab, academic work, and popular writing?

He talks to Noah Charney about his academic work, his popular books, and accidentally founding 'possibilianism.'

In addition to our academic work, we were very competitive athletically.

The academic work is divided between a high school course and a two year normal course.

At the moment Erasmus' "Colloquia" was the most admired academic work in the university world of the time.

Seventy-nine are taking the dairying, etc., and 207 are taking agriculture as part of their academic work.

At seventeen he enters the normal school and has another year of academic work, after which he begins his technical work.

In order to graduate, you have to have both credit in the academic work and credit from your job placements.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to academic work, such as: application, class, consideration, course, debate, and examination.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.