TNEC

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AcronymDefinition
TNECTemporary National Economic Committee (US congressional committee that studied monopolistic practices during 1938-1939)
TNECThe New England Consortium (est. 1987; work safety)
TNECTamil Nadu Environment Council (India)
TNECThailand Network of Eco-Efficiency and Cleaner Production (Thailand)
TNECTaipei National Enterprise Center (est. 1991; Taiwan)
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The Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association, the district's property and casualty insurance provider, offered the training free of charge as a membership benefit in collaboration with The New England Consortium, a worker health and safety training organization.
The New England consortium snagged the largest contract, $24.7 million.
Undergraduate participation in assessment activities is not only seen at Roanoke College; it is documented by the New England Consortium on Assessment and Student Learning (NECASL).
The Early Innovator states include Oregon, New York, Wisconsin, Maryland, Kansas and the New England Consortium, a multi-state consortia led by the University of Massachusetts Medical School that will include individuals and small businesses in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Vermont.
At a recent conference of the New England Consortium of Artist-Educator Professionals, Eric Booth charged the throngs of teaching artists gathered that all of us--from the education directors to the marketing managers to the box-office staff of our arts and community organizations--are "agents of artistic experience." Just as any professional arts administrator is able to wear the many hats of fundraiser, marketer and advocate all at the same time, no matter the actual job title, we are all acting as educators when we encourage our audiences to realize their own artistic capacity.
The New England consortium award will be used to build an information health-care network throughout New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.