SIU

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AcronymDefinition
SIUSouthern Illinois University
SIUSpecial Investigations Unit
SIUSuck It Up!
SIUSeafarers International Union
SIUSource Interface Unit
SIUStation Interface Unit
SIUSpecial Investigative Unit
SIUSchool Improvement Unit (various locations)
SIUSociété Internationale d'Urologie (French: International Society of Urology)
SIUSchiller International University
SIUSalem International University
SIUSignificant Industrial User
SIUSapporo International University (Japan)
SIUSystem Interface Unit
SIUSenter for internasjonalisering av høyere utdanning (Centre for International University Cooperation; Norway)
SIUSocietá Italiana di Urologia
SIUSignal Interface Unit
SIUSenter for Internasjonalt Universitetssamarbeid (Norwegian: Centre for International University Cooperation)
SIUSerial Interface Unit
SIUSystème Intra-Utérin (French: Intrauterine System)
SIUSystem Integration Unit
SIUSouthern Insurance Underwriters, Inc. (Georgia and Florida)
SIUSensitive Investigative Unit
SIUSets In Use (TV)
SIUService Informatique Universitaire (French: University Computing Services; University of Namur; Belgium)
SIUScheduling Information Unsolicited (health care)
SIUSimulation Interface Unit (US DoD)
SIUSociété d'Imagerie Ultrasonore (French: Ultrasonic Imaging Society)
SIUSudan International University (Khartoum, Sudan; est. 1990)
SIUStorage Interface Unit
SIUSinyal Isleme, Iletisim Ve Uygulamalari Kurultayi (Turkish)
SIUSlide in Unit
SIUSecondary Index Utility
SIUSubsystem Interface Unit
SIUSector Intelligence Unit (US Border Patrol)
SIUSpecial Investigative University (Colorado Springs, CO)
SIUSynchronization Interval Unit
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Working alongside PEA VP Patrick Collins with Crowley, and PEA board member Kris Hopkins with Seafarers International Union, we were humbled to see the outpouring of support from our 30-plus volunteers who mobilized in full force to help our communitys homeless people, said PEA President Richard Vogel.
Permission to quote the entirety of Red Campbell's interview was granted by Jordan Biscardo of the Seafarers International Union.
But the contractual level on the more modern vessels that actually provide most of the jobs--container ships, LASH (lighter aboard ship) barge carrying vessels, roll-on/roll-off ships, and tankers--was 17 vacation days for 30 work days.(5) For an unlicensed able seaman represented by the Seafarers International Union (SIU) in the early 1980s, vacation pay amounted to about one-fourth of base pay (American Shipper, May 1986).
Seafarers International Union President, Michael Sacco