Wedemeyer's advanced ideas on self-directed, independent learning emanated from his desire to extend learning opportunities beyond the university to traditionally excluded populations of "back door learners." In 1969, under his leadership in NUEA
, the University Correspondence Study Division approved a change in title to the more accurate" Independent Study Division" to reflect the incorporation of media with print materials in the instructional process.
My partner's Massaman Nuea
(dhs55) was a gorgeously peanuty affair with tender chunks of beef, and the accompanying bowl-moulded mound of fried rice had those lovely fluffy bits of egg and peas that make the dish the ultimate Asian comfort food.
Our other dish was Nuea
Pad Keemao, which is beef stir-fried with garlic, chillis, lime leaves, baby aubergines and basil leaves.
In 1915, representatives from twenty--two major postsecondary institutions met in Madison, Wisconsin, to found the National University Extension Association (NUEA
Edouard Jean-Paul Belmondo Margaux Arielle Dombasle Jeff Bernard Patrick Bouchitey Lulu Thylda Bares With: Andre Penvern, Jackie de la Nuea
, Ronny Bandomo Casanova.
Manas Khantatatbumroong, 'Kan songkhro chaokhao nai phak nuea
I picked Nuea
Phad Nam Man Hoi (stir fried beef with oyster sauce and ginger) and Gang Kiew Wan (Thai red curry) for the main course.
(52) Somsak Ratanakun, 'Kankhut taeng borannasathan dan thit nuea
khong Khok Chang Din, amphoe U Thong, changwat Suphan Buri [Excavations of the archaeological place at the northern side of Khok Chang Din, U Thong district, Suphan Buri province]', Silpakorn Journal 11, 2 (1967): 79, 83, fig.
Kansongkhro chao khao nai phak nuea
khong tamruat phuthon chaidaen [The welfare activities of the Border Police among the hill tribes in the northern region].
Douangdeuane Bounyavong and Viengkham Nanthavongdouangsy (Khon Kaen: The Group for Promotion of Art and Textiles, 2001); Patricia Cheesman, Lao textiles: Ancient symbols/living art (Bangkok: White Lotus Co., 1988); Patricia Cheesman, Lao-Tai textiles: The textiles of Xam Nuea
and Muang Phuan (Chiang Mai: Studio Naenna Co.