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- Alan Stewart: Sir Alan Stewart KBE was a New Zealand educator and university administrator. He was principal of Massey Agricultural College from 1959 to 1963 and founding vice-chancellor of Massey University from 1964 to 1983, during which time he guided the institution's transition from agricultural college to full university. He is noted for building the university's internationally recognised agricultural programme, as well as for greatly expanding the university's extramural programme to make tertiary education available to rural New Zealanders. He was knighted in 1981 for services to education.
- Alan Stewart was an English professional footballer.
- Alan Stewart: Alan Gibson Stewart is a former Australian politician. He was the Labor member for Manly in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 1978 to 1984.
- born on (77 years ago)
- education: Sydney Technical College
- Alan Stewart is a British former alpine skier who competed in the 1976 Winter Olympics and in the 1980 Winter Olympics.
- born on (60 years ago)
- nationality: United Kingdom
- profession: Alpine skier
- Alan Stewart is a 2011 Guggenheim Fellowship winner for Humanities.
- written works: "Cradle King, the", "Nutritional Medicine", "Every Woman's Health Guide", "The Vitality Diet", "Mt. Isa", "Lionel Trains 1945-1969", "The practioners' guide to PMS", "Wildlife Detective", "The U.S. public telecommunications marketplace", "Easyway Guide to Conveyancing Residential", "Cooking for Elderly People", "A Guide to Conveyancing Residential Property", "The practitioners' guide to PMS"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (English Literature)
- Alan Stewart is a cimematographer.
- Alan Stewart is an author, tv actor.
- born in (49 years ago)
- written works: "Close readers", "Shakespeare's letters", "The cradle king"
- TV series: "AWA All-Star Wrestling"
- Alan Stewart is the editor of the Thyme fanzine.
- nomination: - nominated to Hugo Award for Best Fanzine - "Thyme"
- Alan Stewart is a fictional character from the 1962 film Five Miles to Midnight.
- Alan Stewart is a fictional character from the 1958 film The Long, Hot Summer.
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The Human Experience by Lloyd Fell
Alan Stewart is a leading exponent of both Open Space Technology, which was brought forth by Harrison Owen as a liberating alternative to the rigid format of business meetings, and the Conversing Cafe, which Alan developed as a variant of ...
The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1999)
by John Clute, John Grant
Smith; Mark Stackpole; Bruce Sterling; Alan Stewart ...
1450 to 2000 by Peter Beal
Alan Stewart and Heather Wolfe, Letterwriting in Renaissance England (Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, ...
by The Diagram Group,
AngeFe'lix Patassé Paton, Alan Stewart (1903–1988) Alan Paton was a white South African writer whose bestselling novel Cry, the Beloved Country ...
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Quotes about Alan Stewart
Who knows why we live, and struggle, and die... Wise men write many books, in words too hard to understand. But this, the purpose of our lives, the end of all our struggle, is beyond all human wisdom. (Alan Stewart Paton)
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