COEP

AcronymDefinition
COEPCollege of Engineering, Pune (est. 1954; India)
COEPCommunity Outreach and Education Program (various universities)
COEPCentre d'Orientació Educativa i Professional (Catalan: Center for Educational and Professional Orientation; Andorra)
COEPCentre of Expertise in Photonics (University of Adelaide Defence Science and Technology Organisation; Australia)
COEPGovernment College of Engineering, Pune, India
COEPCentralized Order Entry Pharmacy
COEPCouncil of Eminent Persons (Haiti)
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I draw from interviews conducted with COEP activists (4) and social media content (produced by COEP, other Edgewood Park residents, and local developers) to demonstrate how local activism against gentrification is a taxing struggle, but one that holds the promise of empowering individuals to resist even in the face of seemingly insurmountable challenges.
COEP will also host seven local colleges at the event along with three middle school teachers from Pune who participated in Honeywell's award-winning math and science education initiative- Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy, in Huntsville, Alabama, USA, in June 2010.
Using a variety of approaches, the UC Davis COEP has been successful at reaching out to the affected communities, predominantly migrant laborers.
To date, COEP has prepared modules on issues regarding safe drinking water and food safety, while a third module on home safety is currently being prepared.
In the Beyond the Bench article in this same section, "COEPs Contribute to Hurricane Relief" [Environ Health Perspect 114:A30-A31 (2006)], Peter Thorne was incorrectly identified as director of the University of Iowa COEP; he is in fact director of the University of Iowa Environmental Health Sciences Research Center as well as head of the NIEHS Working Group on Mold, Microbial Agents, and Respiratory Diseases.
The Correctness of Exercise Performance (COEP) scale (Friedrich et al 1996) was used to rate correctness of exercise performance of each of the prescribed exercises in a program on three possible outcomes: (i) "the performance has been carried out so well that the goal of the exercise is reached; (ii) the exercise is not performed correctly and the goal is not reached, although no negative effect is to be expected; and (iii) the exercise is carried out incorrectly, the goal is not reached and there is reason to assume that the exercise causes harm" (Friedrich et al 1996).
The report uses data from the Canadian Out-of-Employment Panel (COEP) survey of individuals with a job separation between the fourth quarter of 2000 and the third quarter of 2001.
The original impetus for developing the course came from a conversation with a community pastor who organized the Coalition for Everyday People (COEP), a consciousness-raising group that grew out of his community church.
With this far-reaching statement, the Council's Commission on Educational Policy (COEP) launched the Millennium Project some six years ago as a catalyst for a set of interactive processes of innovation intended to continue through the year 2000.
The two data sets used in this article are the Canadian Displaced Worker Survey (henceforth DWS), and the Canadian Out-of-Employment Panel (COEP).
COEP has created more than 2,000 skilled jobs and 50 high-tech companies since its inception.