HSIS

AcronymDefinition
HSISHighway Safety Information System
HSISHealth Supplements Information Service
HSISHuman Systems Integration Symposium
HSISHigh Speed Interface/SNA
HSISHigh-Speed Image Server
HSISHelping Students' Intellect Soar
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Research from organizations like the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) and Excelencia in Education indicates that the number of HSIs in the U.S.
Of the 180 HSIs and HBCUs, 16 had no courses focusing on atmospheric science; 3 of these infused some atmospheric science content across various core courses.
level the playing field for HSIs and emerging HSIs with respect to federal funding;"
Colleges that don't qualify as HSIs have redistributed funds to recruit, retain and graduate Hispanic students.
For that left/right steering guidance, all HSIs have a selectable course pointer arrow where the head indicates the desired course, while the tail of the arrow is the reciprocal.
HSIs have multi-turn breaker bars for extended life before changeout.
In this issue of Public Roads, an article titled "Your Go-To Data Source for Roadway Safety Research," on page 2, provides an overview of the Highway Safety Information System (HSIS), a multistate database maintained and operated by the FHWA Office of Safety Research and Development.
To date, the results of the Head Start Impact Study (HSIS) have done little to settle debates about the effects of Head Start attendance on children's development.
Pregnant women should avoid supplements containing vitamin A (stick to a pregnancy-specific formula) and anyone with blood-clotting issues (such as those on Warfarin or about to go into hospital for an operation) should avoid vitamin E as it thins the blood.' If in doubt, check the safe upper limit of a nutrient (go to hsis.org) and compare it to your product labels.
Both Washington-based recruiters and Diplomats in Residence (DIRs) engage candidates at the national and regional meetings of the League of United Latin American Citizens, the Hispanic National Bar Association and the National Society of Hispanic MBAs, and at career fairs hosted by Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.
ISEL Director Hans Hsis, who is also a lecturer at the University of Bremen, made a presentation on the University of Bremen, the programs and scientific research conducted by it, and the logistic services programs executed by it.