CEML

AcronymDefinition
CEMLCouncil for Excellence in Management and Leadership
CEMLCommittee to End the Marion Lockdown
CEMLCivil/Environmental Model Library
CEMLCoastal Environmental Modeling Laboratory (School of the Coast and Environment; Baton Rouge, LA)
CEMLCentre for Excellence in Management and Leadership
CEMLCentro Educacional Martinho Lutero
CEMLComputational Electromagnetics Laboratory
CEMLClinical and Experimental Medical Letters
CEMLCory Environmental Management Limited
CEMLCommunity Extended Medical Leave
CEMLCritical Essays in Modern Literature
CEMLCentury Milestone S&T Co., Ltd.
CEMLCognitive Electrophysiology and Memory Laboratory (UK)
CEMLComputational and Experimental Mechanics Laboratory
CEMLCarnation Evaporated Milk Light
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This was confirmed in Britain by CEML (2002), which pointed out key differences between the management development preferences of small firm owner-managers and line-managers (who are far more likely to be found in large firms and prefer credit-based formal education delivered as short, applied courses).
Table 1 Characteristics of the Respondent Teachers (N = 227) IER CEML Science Arts Science Arts (n = 45) (n = 95) (n = 43) (n = 44) Experience Women Men Women Men Men Men i Nil or less than one year 9 8 17 12 -- -- ii 1-5 years M = 3 years 7 5 10 7 29 19 iii Above 5 years M= 9 years 6 10 22 27 14 25 Total 45 23 49 46 43 44 Note: Figures indicate number of respondents.
The Committee to End the Marion Lockdown (CEML), founded in 1985 to oppose Marion abuses, has shifted much of its focus to Florence and produces information packets and visits Colorado several times.
In January, MBA's Council on Ensuring Mortgage Liquidity (CEML) released a white paper, Key Considerations for the Future of the Secondary Mortgage Market and the Government Sponsored Enterprises, summarizing the discussions at its November gathering of diverse leaders from government, academia and industry.