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EWSExchange Web Services (Microsoft)
EWSEnduro World Series (mountain biking)
EWSEarly Warning System
EWSEwing's Sarcoma
EWSExtended Warranty Service (product performance)
EWSElectronic Weather Station (various companies)
EWSEyes Wide Shut (Stanley Kubrick movie)
EWSEmerson Waldorf School (Chapel Hill, NC)
EWSEmbedded Web Server (HP printers that have ethernet and server capability)
EWSEducation Welfare Service (UK)
EWSEnterprise Wide Scheduling
EWSEnterprise Wap Server
EWSExecutive Workstation
EWSEuropean Warranty System
EWSElectronic Watchdog System
EWSEdge Wireless System
EWSEmbedded Web Server
EWSEnterprise Web Services
EWSExcite for Web Servers
EWSEarth Wheel Sky (band)
EWSEmployee Welfare Scheme (India)
EWSEast Woods School (Long Island, NY)
EWSEnglish, Welsh and Scottish (UK railway operator)
EWSE Web Solutions (various locations)
EWSElectronic Wood Systems (various locations)
EWSEconomically Weaker Section
EWSEmergency Warning System
EWSEnvironmental Waste Solutions
EWSEngineering Work Station
EWSEmployee Written Software (IBM)
EWSExpeditionary Warfare School (US Marine Corps)
EWSEnvironmental Water Systems (est. 1987)
EWSElectronic Warfare Squadron
EWSElectronic Warfare Support
EWSEmergency Water Supply
EWSEngineered Wood Systems (trade association)
EWSEarly Warning Signal
EWSEthel Walker School (Simsbury, CT)
EWSEmma Willard School (Troy, NY, founded in 1814)
EWSElectronic Warfare Suite
EWSEthernet Wire Service
EWSEmery/Weiner School (Houston, TX)
EWSExtreme Wide Shot (video photography)
EWSEye Wash Station
EWSElectrical Wafer Sorting (operation of electrically testing dice on a silicon wafer)
EWSEngineering Watch Supervisor
EWSEudora Welty Society (writing; est. 1987)
EWSEuropean Webservice
EWSEmpty Wallet Syndrome
EWSEastern Washington State
EWSEnterprise Web Service
EWSEarly Wet Season
EWSEmerson, Wajdowicz Studios (design firm; New York, NY)
EWSElectronic Weighing Scale
EWSEthanol Withdrawal Syndrome
EWSEast Wiltshire School (Cornwall, Prince Edward Island, Canada)
EWSEthernet Workgroup Switch
EWSExecutive World Services, Inc. (Braselton, GA)
EWSExtended Workplace Solutions
EWSExecutive Wine Seminars, Inc (New York, NY)
EWSElectronic Warfare Supervisor/System
EWSElectronic Warfare Simulator
EWSEnterprise Work Station
EWSExecutive Work Station
EWSEngineering Worksheet
EWSExtended Workplace Service (Sprint)
EWSEgypt Web Solutions
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Katie Archambault, Emma Willard School (New York), comments, "Membership is incredibly affordable and the amount of support and inspiration one receives as a member is absolutely priceless."
Katie Archambault, Emma Willard School (New York), describes an ideal conference experience: "I love meeting new librarians, getting fresh ideas, and reconnecting with old friends in the hospitality suite.
Joseph Hefta is a development officer for Emma Willard School in Troy.
</pre> <p>Founder of Troy Female Seminary in 1821 (now Emma Willard School), Emma Willard (1787-1870) was a prominent American educator and a strong advocate for the advancement of women's education.
Gilligan began her research in the Emma Willard School, an all-girls' school in Troy, New York, with strong support and funding from the Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge Foundation.
Gilligan (1990) studied adolescent girls at the Emma Willard school for girls in Troy, New York.
Gilligan's most recent research, described in Making Connections: The Relational Worlds of Adolescent Girls at Emma Willard School (1990, Harvard University Press), draws on findings collected over a three-year period among 34 students at a private girls' school in Troy, N.Y.
In 1821 she moved her school to Troy, New York, where it was called the Troy Female Seminary, later the Emma Willard School. She also founded the Willard Association for the Mutual Improvement of Female Teachers (1837).
It was given to her by a member of the track team she coached many years ago at Emma Willard School in Troy, N.Y.