CCWECenter for China in the World Economy (Tsinghua University; Beijing, China)
CCWECraven County Wood Energy (power plant; New Bern, NC)
CCWECambridge Centre for Western Esotericism
CCWECar Care World Expo (trade show)
CCWECanadian Committee on Women in Engineering
CCWECollaborative Collection Work Environment (intelligence collection system)
CCWEConstituent Concentrations Waste Extract
CCWECanadian Corporation for the World Exposition (Expo 67)
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Postal Address: Center for China in the World Economy (CCWE), Peking University, Beijing, 100872, China.
The task force, the Canadian Committee on Women in Engineering (CCWE), consisted of 18 men and women who visited schools and engineering firms across the country, listening to testimonies of hundreds of educators and engineers.
The CCWE report contained recommendations for increasing the number of female students in engineering programs.
Although a modest increase occurred, from 14% in 1990 to 19.5% in 1995, it was well short of the CCWE's objective.
According to a national report by the Canadian Committee on Women in Engineering (CCWE), only 14% of undergraduate engineering students in 1990 were women.
The CCWE released its report, More Than Just Numbers, in the spring of 1992.
Subpart D sets forth the treatment standards in tables known as "constituent concentrations waste extract" (CCWE), or "constituent concentrations of waste" (CCW).