The triennial review was bad enough, but on the media decision, on which he took such an inflexible position - it's difficult to figure out how you do a repair job on that.
Tom Hart, director of the Episcopal Church's Washington office, said his staff gives a voice in a practical way to positions taken by the church at its triennial General Convention meetings.
Academy chairman, David Parkinson was delighted to receive the cheque and hear of the move to triennial funding.
‘We expect a strong turnout for this triennial event and look forward to hosting exhibitors and attendees from all over the world,’ concludes James.
Following the Episcopal Church's triennial General Convention in Denver in July, both conservatives and liberals within the 2.5-million-member denomination claimed a partial victory.
In addition to the triennial congress, a number of committees, representing the pluralistic and international scope of comparative literary research, meet annually at different venues around the globe.
The United Malays National Organisation, which has ruled Malaysia since it won independence in 1957, will hold its triennial leadership elections on May 11.
An earlier version of this article was presented as a paper by Richard S. Levine at the XXII triennial Congress of the International Union of Architects in Berlin, Germany, July 2002.
Last year's edition of the triennial World Congress for Alternatives to Animal Use drew more than 1,000 participants to Berlin and featured hundreds of presentations and talks.
In particular, I am referring to what may be called a ‘time bomb’: the triennial fee maxima of $3,900 each year for arts students, and above that for other students.