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AcronymDefinition
COSECommittee on Science Education (National Research Council)
COSECommon Open Software Environment
COSECommunication Services
COSEControlling Software Evolution (Swiss National Science Foundation project)
COSECollege of Science and Engineering
COSECoalition of Services for the Elderly (Philippines)
COSECommittee On Optical Science and Engineering
COSECommon Open Systems Environment
COSEComponent-Oriented Software Engineering
COSECommon Operating Systems Environment
COSEConsolidated Operator Support Environment (global positioning system)
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Ed Caner is such an interesting mix of art and business - he's an incredibly talented musician who learned the ins and outs of the music business as he toured with a number of famous acts over the years," says COSE Arts Network Leader Abby Maier.
Tickets to the anniversary celebration luncheon are $35 for COSE members and $45 for non-members and can be purchased by calling COSE at (216) 592-2222.
The COSE Transaction is expected to close on or about 31 May 2017.
The ROMS configuration used in COSE is typical of those employed in other eastern boundary current systems.
As mentioned previously, the COSE is composed of five factors.
COSE composite (mean centered) was entered as the variable of interest.
The COSE does not measure actual counseling performance; rather, it measures perceived confidence in one's ability to counsel (Larson et al.
By Steve Millard, COSE President & Executive Director
The Emotional Judgment Inventory (EJI) and the COSE measured the constructs of emotional intelligence and counselor self-efficacy, respectively.
COSE Executive Director Emily Beridico also said that tax exemptions benefit only seniors who are better off in life.
in Beachwood, Ohio, has been active working for small-business concerns on the local, state and national level through various leadership roles with NSBA, COSE and the Cleveland Growth Association (now the Greater Cleveland Partnership).
The COSE is a self-report measure that is designed to assess counseling self-efficacy, defined as one's beliefs or judgments about his or her capability to effectively counsel a client in the near future (Larson & Daniels, 1998).