EWOC

AcronymDefinition
EWOCEndangering the Welfare of a Child (Pennsylvania)
EWOCEscalation with Overdose Control (cancer treatment clinical trial)
EWOCEuropean Winter Oncology Conference
EWOCEastern Washington Orienteering Club (Spokane, WA)
EWOCEligible Worker-Owned Cooperative (retirement plan)
EWOCElectronic Warfare Operations Course
EWOCExpeditionary Warfighting Operations Center (US DoD; replaces Combined Air & Space Operations Center, CAOC)
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We also create a space in the literature with this Symposium issue to memorialize both the excellent work of EWOC members in conceptualizing and organizing this conference, and the personal and professional challenges that women of color in the law must overcome.
Our heartfelt thanks also go out to 2016-2017 EWOC leadership, including Elise Lopez, Chloe Bootstaylor, and Alexsis Johnson, for their partnership with CJGL on this issue.
Rogatko, "Dose finding with escalation with overdose control (EWOC) in cancer clinical trials," Statistical Science.
The COGE (the EWOC of the SGEA) sensor-planning and -coordination functions will be carried out by 25-kg suitcases interfaced to regimental intelligence systems, a solution currently under trial.
On behalf of EWOC, I would like to thank each speaker for their contribution to the panel, including Paulette Brown, Madeline Gomez, Jin Hee Lee, Professor June Cross, Nia Weeks, Professor Monica Bell, Professor Tanya K.
And thank you to Chloe Bootstaylor, Elise Lopez, and Cindy Li, for their dedication to this project of creating a space for marginalized voices as President, Vice President, and Conference Co-Chair of EWOC, respectively.
At least when I was here at Columbia, EWOC was such an important space for me.
EWOC was called the Women of Color Coalition back then.
Thank you all very much, thank you to EWOC, and I'm going to turn it over to Elise Lopez.
It's the pinnacle event of EWOC, and we put a lot of work into it every year.