CSRE

AcronymDefinition
CSREComparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity
CSRECentre of Studies in Resources Engineering (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay; India)
CSRECentre for Social Research and Evaluation (New Zealand)
CSREComputerized Speech Research Environment (software)
CSRECertified Senior Radio Engineer
CSRECorporate Services and Real Estate (financial services industry)
CSREClosed System Respirator Evaluator
CSRECell Snatch Rescue Equipment (Semmco, Ltd.; UK)
CSRECommittee for Social Responsibility in Engineering
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CSRE provides turnkey solutions for PACE programmes to municipalities, programme managers and administrators through a web-based platform for originating, underwriting, funding and servicing PACE assessments and bonds.
CSRE's approach is focused on bridging skill-set and knowledge-gap between academia, corporations, institutions and the society at large.
Specimen Q-1 was designed as a traditional CSRE wall without tie columns and tie beam (tie bar) and used as a control specimen, as shown in Figure 1(a).
Some of these variations can be seen in the results, as some partners who are considered friends can be found in four CSRE profiles of seemingly varying levels of intimacy.
The Chinese Society of Rare Earths (CSRE), founded in 1980, is a rare earth scientific and technological researchers' organization in China.
For example, earnings on average double over the life cycle for university graduates while they rise by 20% for graduates from vocational upper secondary education (CSRE, 2006).
In 2004 the Ministry of Social Development's (MSD) Centre for Social Research and Evaluation (CSRE) published Nga Ara Tohutohu Rangahau Maori: Guidelines .for Research and Evaluation with Maori, aimed at both staff and contractors.
(LAD608) DENNIS GANSTER, CEO of COMSHARE INC (CSRE), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
In 1996, Stanford University created the Institute for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CSRE), which will integrate undergraduate majors in Asian American, Native American, Chicano, and comparative studies through introductory-level and senior-level courses.
(b) 1971-1974: Crash Scheme for Rural Employment (CSRE); Pilot Intensive Rural Employment Programme (PIREP).