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Hello,

Dear teachers, could someone explain to me what the research chair is? I've been searching, but there was no adequate answer.

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Chair (academic) - a professorship in a university.
Research Chair: the prof is mainly doing research, no teaching.
I think it's a terminology

I mean I read it over the net that KSU university is using a new technique which is research chair.

What is that?
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DareneI think it's a terminology

I mean I read it over the net that KSU university is using a new technique which is research chair.

What is that?
Don't know. Pls post the link and the paragraph.

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King Saud University (KSU) has launched the research chair program … What’s the meaning of “Research Chair”?

This is the text, and belew is the link.

http://award.ksu.edu.sa /

Thank you so much.
I think the university has started/launched
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Research Chair: the professor in charge of that Chair is mainly doing research, no teaching.
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Hi,

I see from the link that this question is part of a competition. If we give you the right answer, and you submit it and win a prize, do we get a share of the prize? Emotion: wink

Clive
Lol, you have the right to participate, too. Emotion: smile

And it's done basically for spreading knowledge.

And yeah you all deserve more than that, you've helped me alot.

Thank you Emotion: big smile
Yes, count me, count me. Here is my input: In Canada, Canada research chair is a distinguished honour with research grant for those excellent academics who usually do both research and teaching.
CliveHi,

I see from the link that this question is part of a competition. If we give you the right answer, and you submit it and win a prize, do we get a share of the prize? Emotion: wink

Clive
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