Synonyms for stergiou or Related words with stergiou
Examples of "stergiou"
founded LsArchitecture, a design research laboratory.
is a Greek architect and theoretician.
(Στέλιος Στεργίου) won €150.000 by correctly answering the question:
Vladimir "Vlado" Petrović-
(Greek: Βλάντιμιρ "Βλάντο" Πέτροβιτς–Στεργίου; born January 27, 1977 in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian-Greek professional basketball player. He is a 6 ft 6½ in (1.99 m) tall shooting guard-small forward. He is also known as Vlantimir
, which is his Greek name.
Dr. Stergiou’s latest accomplishment has been honoring his mother as he grew up without a father; his mother raised him and his brother who became a successful cardiologist in his hometown. Dr.
created the Vaya
scholarship through the University of Nebraska Foundation. This scholarship provides monies to one student majoring in biomechanics each year.
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was also the Chief Scientific Consultant for the Orthopedic and Sports Center of Ioannina in Ioannina, Greece, from 2000 to 2011.
In 2011, along with new media artist Maurice Benayoun, she founded the not-for-profit organization 4 Life Strategies. Against All Odds Project constituted the first exhibition, Lina
Daemonia Nymphe (Δαιμόνια Νύμφη) is a Greek music band established in 1994 by Spyros Giasafakis and Evi
. The band's music is modeled after Ancient Greek music and is often categorized as neoclassical or neofolk.
In 2013 Tainted Nation toured the UK and Spain and throughout the year Mark mainly played London clubs alongside Davey Rimmer (Uriah Heep) and singer Luka Twich Ravase, Gus McRicostas, Matt Pierce and George
studied architecture at the National Technical University of Athens in Athens and at Pratt Institute in New York City (M.Arch). She has taught at the University of Thessaly.
has also been rewarded with numerous awards and honors. He is the only UNO faculty with a named professorship designed specifically for him; the Distinguished Community Chair in Biomechanics. If he leaves from UNO, this Chair position will be called the
Chair in Biomechanics. Most recently, he earned a Fulbright Scholarship to spend time in Portugal. Stergiou’s funding is a list of sources ranging from the Nebraska Research Initiative to the NSF and the NIH. His most notable award is a P20 grant for $10 million from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences at the NIH. This is the largest grant in UNO history to date.
(Greek: Νικόλαος Στεργίου; born in Thessaloniki, Greece on October 17, 1965) is the founding Chair of the Department of Biomechanics at University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), where he is also the Distinguished Community Research Chair and Professor. He is also the Director for the Center for Research in Human Movement Variability and Dean of the Division of Biomechanics and Research Development at University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO). Dr.
is also a Professor at the College of Public Health at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
As an international authority of Nonlinear Dynamics in Biomechanics,
has spoken all over the world. His reputation has also attracted an international array of physicians and clinicians to attend the Nonlinear Analysis Workshop in Omaha, and the Biomechanics Research Building staff has hosted visiting scholars from Norway, Japan, Greece, France, and many more.
In the qualifying round, only four athletes attempted the automatic qualifying height of 1.96, the clearance necessary for Svetlana Radzivil to advance beyond two misses at 1.93 and while failing, Irina Gordeeva needed to cover her chances in case Ariane Friedrich or Antonia
had cleared it.
In 1929 Diplarakou entered the "Miss Hellas" pageant as Miss Athens. Her biggest competitor was Miss Thessaloniki Roxani
(Ρωξάνη Στεργίου), who came in second. Diplarakou won the title and represented Greece at the Miss Europe event in Paris, where she was crowned Miss Europe on 6 February 1930.
began his career with Partizan Belgrade during the 1994–95 season. He moved to Borac Čačak in 1997. He then moved to Zorka Šabac for the 1998–99 season. He then joined Aris Thessaloniki in 1999, before moving to KAO Dramas in 2001. He moved on to Cáceres in 2002, before next joining Alba Berlin in 2003.
has always had a sincere love for reading and continues that today. When not working, he can often be found with a book. He especially loves reading history, theology, and English Classics. He is also an excellent signer of songs that have been popularized by Sinatra, Martin, Como, and Elvis, performing many times in front of audiences.
has been highlighted several times by the University of Nebraska Foundation and the University President, to our alumni and donors as an exemplary faculty with speeches at Palm Springs, California, Scottsdale, Arizona and Lincoln, Nebraska. He was the first inductee from Nebraska to the National Academy of Kinesiology.
is the only UNO faculty that received the Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award, the Outstanding Researcher of the Year Award, the Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award, and as the Director of Nebraska Biomechanics Core Facility, the Chancellor’s Academic Excellence Award. He has participated in grant reviewing for the National Science Foundation, the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) study sections as well as for many countries around the globe. He has received more than 30 million dollars in grants from NIH, NASA, NSF, the NIDRR/US Department of Education, and many other agencies and foundations.
In the late 1970s, the Lower East Side Band included Eddie and his brother Moses from the Bronx, as well as Andi Anderson aka Andrew
. They regularly appeared with David Peel on Michael Luckman's "Underground Tonight Show," an early cable TV program broadcast on Sterling Manhattan Cable TV public broadcast channels. Sterling Manhattan Cable was later to become part of HBO in the Times-Warner group.
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