ULE

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AcronymDefinition
ULEUltra-Low Emission
ULEUltra Lightweight Encapsulation
ULEUnique Learning Experience (education)
ULEUltra Low Energy
ULEUniversal Life Energy
ULEUnit Level Entity
ULEUltra-Light Encapsulation
ULEUrban Land Economics
ULEUnité Locale d'Enseignement (French: Local Education Unit)
ULEUnpressurized Logistics Element
ULEUltra Low Expension
ULEUpper Left Extremity (anatomy)
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This seminar earns two elective credits toward the Institute's CPM designation, credit as an elective course toward the University of Wisconsin's Real Estate Certificate Program and one continuing education unit for each 10 classroom hours awarded by Wisconsin's Center for Urban Land Economics Research, 1.4 units.
From 1937 to 1979, he was a professor of real estate and urban land economics at Indiana University, Bloomington, where he served as dean of the School of Business from 1939 until 1963.
Schwartz holds a Masters of Business Administration in Real Estate and Urban Land Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as a Bachelor of Arts from Wisconsin-Madison in History and Art History.
Louise, who is originally from Congleton in Cheshire, studied first at Sheffield Polytechnic for an honours degree in Urban Land Economics and then read for a post-graduate Diploma in Town Planning at Birmingham Polytechnic.
Real Estate Portfolio Management, offered in New York City on May 8-9 and in Newport Beach, CA on May 15-16, is co-sponsored with the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business's Center for Urban Land Economics Research.
For instance, in Urban Land Economics, Ratcliff defines the market price of space as the expression of its productivity or of the forecasts of people with respect to its future productivity.(8)
She received a Bachelor of Business Administration with a double major in Economics and Real Estate & Urban Land Economics from the University of Wisconsin.
in Urban Land Economics and has completed his first year's training for membership of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Stephen Malpezzi is a professor in the department of real estate and urban land economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
He studied real estate and urban land economics at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, and then worked in Florida, learning "every nook and cranny" of the market.
The former economist with the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac) also was chair of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Schlather received a BA from Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., and an MBA, with a major in real estate finance and urban land economics, from the Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Southern California.
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