Friendly association, esp. with people who share one's interests
they valued fun and good fellowship as the cement of the community
A group of people meeting to pursue a shared interest or aim
A guild or corporation
An endowment established or a sum of money awarded to support a scholar or student engaged in advanced research in a particular field
a four-year postdoctoral fellowship
The status of a fellow of a college or society
she held the Faulkner fellowship
family: an association of people who share common beliefs or activities; "the message was addressed not just to employees but to every member of the company family"; "the church welcomed new members into its fellowship"
company: the state of being with someone; "he missed their company"; "he enjoyed the society of his friends"
money granted (by a university or foundation or other agency) for advanced study or research
Fellowship! is a musical parody stage play based on The Fellowship of the Ring the first volume of J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, and Peter Jackson's 2001 of it. ...
"Fellowship" is a short story by Franz Kafka. Like many of Kafka's works, this story is about the unavoidable paradox of needing human contact yet the essential importance of solitude. The story is about a group of five people. They appear to enjoy being a group, but only of five. ...
A fellowship is the period of medical training in the United States and Canada that a physician may undertake after completing a specialty training program. During this time (usually more than one year), the physician is known as a fellow. ...
The Fellowship is the name of a group within the Presbyterian Church of Australia. Located in Melbourne, its membership is estimated as involving between 300 and 400 people. The Fellowship has been labelled by opponents as a "secretive cult".
The Fellowship, also known as the Family, is a U.S.-based religious and political organization founded in 1935 by Abraham Vereide. ...
The Fellowship (FGFCMI), also known as the Full Gospel Fellowship of Churches and Ministers, International, is a fellowship of like-minded Charismatic churches and ministers.
A company of people that shares the same interest or aim; A feeling of friendship, relatedness or connection between people; A merit-based scholarship; A temporary position at an academic institution with limited teaching duties and ample time for research; this may also be called a postdoc; To ...
(FELLOWSHIPPING) Many Christians use this term to describe socializing with their fellow Christians. Mormons, however, use it to describe the act of being friendly with nonmembers or new members as a way of doing mission work. ...
(Fellowships (8030)) Cash payments to individuals for the benefit of, or to aid in the pursuit of study or research. Payments for past, present, or future services and/or payments for study or research mainly for the benefit of the grantor are not allowed.
(Fellowships) Such programs are for individuals who have completed residencies. They provide subspecialization and may lead to additional board examinations and board certifications. This term is also applied to some extensive CME programs (e.g. ...
(Fellowships) payments to or on behalf of individuals for financing and supporting graduate education (e.g., tuition and cash stipends).
(Fellows) Members of the academic staff (SCR) who sit on the Governing Body of a college. In our case all Fellows are female, although this will change as the college goes mixed.
(Fellows) Senior members of Colleges: generally either teaching Fellows or Research Fellows. Some Colleges also have schemes such as Fellow Commoners for old members to return on sabbatical from their careers for a project, such as to write a book. ...
The spiritual relationship between believers and the Lord, and the gathering together of Christians in the name of Jesus. "If we say that we have fellowship with Him, and walk in darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth. ...
A form of aid given to graduate students to help support their education. Some fellowships include a tuition waiver or a payment to the university in lieu of tuition. Most fellowships include a stipend to cover reasonable living expenses (e.g., just above the poverty line). ...
Money or tuition and expenses awarded by a graduate school to students as a form of financial aid. May be awarded on a competitive merit basis.
A financial award that includes a tuition scholarship and a stipend for which no service is required.
A fellowship is any competitive award (often from a national competition) made to a student that requires no work of the recipient.
A Graduate Medical Education experience following residency, often not in continuity, which is formally structured and focused on a specialty area. It usually involves investigative commitment and achievement of specific technical or clinical skill. Can result in specified certification.
A fellowship is similar to an internship, and is a work and/or research (often academic) experience that lasts for 1-2 years. In some parts of the world, the term fellowship is used in place of internship. ...
A position of advanced study in a specific academic discipline. It is customarily supported by a grant provided to an individual at the post-graduate university or college level.
A program that matches law graduates with public service organizations or with law school programs. Fellowships are variously funded and very competitive and are usually for a prescribed number of years following graduation.