WICHEWestern Interstate Commission for Higher Education
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It had been my intention to smuggle a couple of sand- wiches into my helmet, but I was interrupted in the act, and had to make an excuse and lay them aside, and a dog got them.
He could not rage in fierce argument in the presence of such sand- wiches. During his meals he always wore an air of blissful contemplation of the food he had swal- lowed.
Amy Rochat, coordinator for evaluation policy and data at WICHE, was part of the consortium team from the start.
In 10 Northeast states, including COB's main feeder states Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania, the numbers of graduates were expected to increase beginning in the early 1990s, peaking between 2007 and 2009 (WICHE, 1993).
It was planned and implemented by The Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) and was designed to serve individuals in outlying areas.
Chapter 11 on accreditation is interesting, but addresses only the Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education (WICHE) guidelines.
WICHE Westlink Mental Health Development in the Western United States, 18(2).
From now until 2010, 37 states should see their numbers of high school graduates increase, according to figures from the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE).
Lowe put that anecdote in a proposal for a $2,500 Fred Wiche School Gardening Award--named for a local radio/TV celebrity.
will experience greater demand for higher education as the number of high school graduates reaches a record 3,200,000 early in the 21st century, according to a demographic study published by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), Boulder, Colo., and the College Board, N.Y.
It is codistributed with different types of intermediate filaments (IFs) and is prominently located at the plasma membrane attachment sites of IFs and of microfilaments, such as hemidesmosomes (Wiche et al., 1984), Z-line structures and dense plaques of striated and smooth muscle (Wiche et al., 1983), intercalated discs of cardiac muscle (Zernig and Wiche, 1985), and focal contacts (Seifert et al., 1992).