NEiTA

AcronymDefinition
NEiTANational Excellence in Teaching Awards (Australia)
References in periodicals archive ?
Neita, a Vietnam veteran and former network TV journalist, fell in love with coins while doing research for a Mint Masters catalogue he produced for a dealer in 1985.
The exciting point that struck me was that four of the 35 gongs were awarded to teachers specialising in Environmental Education: NEITA needs a pat on the back for that.
Neita Roper, his wife and co-owner of the business, says the majority of workers used by the company have at least 20 years experience.
Unigold is exploring to find and develop gold deposits on its 226 km2 of 100% owned Neita property in the Dominican Republic.
Hess - Neita Florence Hess, 83, of Springfield, died March 8.
The events kick off with a visit from performance poet David Neita who will open with a 'poetry blast' at South Yardley Library at 10.
announced that the drilling program on the Neita property has commenced.
Unigold%s focus lies within its wholly owned Neita Concession ( Neita or the Project ), which covers 22,600 ha.
Survivors include his life partner of 41 years, Helen Kastrava; his stepmother, Neita Hess; seven children, Billy Hess, Larry Kastrava and Joe Kastrava, all of Creswell, Christine Cohen of Lincoln City, Jerry Quimby of Eugene, David Kastrava of Springfield and Thomas Kastrava of Medford; six siblings, Mary Ellen Rose, Virgil Hess, Michelle Beckman, Jim Forsyth and Patrick Hess, all of Springfield, and Shirley Mulligan of Eugene; 24 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Neita Israelite, Arlene Herman, and Faduma Alim, "Wating for 'Sharciga': Resettlement and the Roles of Somali Refugee Women," Canadian Women's Studies 19, no.
Shortly after Barrow was named to head C&W Jamaica four months ago, he raided the new mobile telephone company, Digicel, and recruited its director of business development, Ian Neita to be C&W's senior V.