TESC


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TESCThomas Edison State College (Trenton, NJ)
TESCThe Evergreen State College (Olympia, WA)
TESCTriton Engineering Student Council (Jacobs School of Engineering; University of California, San Diego)
TESCThe Educated Sports Community
TESCTemporary Erosion Sedimentation Control
TESCTexas Exes Student Chapter
TESCTotally Enclosed Surface Cooled
TESCTechnical-Requirements Executive Steering Committee (US Army)
TESCTriangle Environmental Service Center, Inc (Moseley, VA)
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TESC is an investment joint venture owned by a number of global investment institutions and international funds that operates Nahda University in Beni Suef which has over 5,200 students.
In addition to interns from TESC, staff from across the ROC USA community are providing peer review.
By the time she was a sophomore, Weisberg was involved with TESC Divest, and through Birthright she traveled around Israel, extending her stay to visit the West Bank.
Father Acceptance-Rejection Questionnaire (PARQ; Rohner, 2004), Personality Assessment Questionnaire (PAQ; Rohner, 2004), Centre for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CESD; Radloff, 1977) and Teacher's Evaluation of Student Conduct (TESC; Rohner, 2004) were used for assessment.
NTM-I's Training Equipment and Synchronization Cell (TESC) works with the Iraqi Ministry of Defense to evaluate equipment requirements, and out-of-country training requirements, and then coordinates these efforts with donor nations.
The KWS is also developing what can be termed a technology-enhanced smart classroom (TESC).
"We hope this will be the beginning of something bigger from Tesc. At the risk of sounding facetious, every little helps."
Assessment at every phase provides significant contribution basically in terms of timing, environment, safety, and cost (TESC).
An ad hoc teacher education steering committee (TESC) was assembled and began the conversations necessary to articulate a new conceptual orientation to and direction for our programs.
The final institution studied was The Evergreen State College (TESC), which opened in Olympia, Washington, in 1971.
Elizabeth Kennedy, Ralph Costa, and Webb Smathers (1996) suggest a similar mechanism they call "marketable Transferable Endangered Species Certificates (TESC)" for red-cockaded woodpeckers.
Zulich is the CEO of TESC, a heavy industrial contracting firm, and is a partner in Zulich Enterprises.