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7.2-Inch Demolition Rocket

The 7.2-Inch Demolition Rocket, also known as the T37, was a 7.2-inch rocket developed and used by the United States military during World War II. Derived from the "Mousetrap" anti-submarine rocket, it was intended for use in demolishing concrete ...

Infrared Processing and Analysis Center

The Infrared Processing and Analysis Center provides science operations, data management, data archives and community support for astronomy and planetary science missions. IPAC has a historical emphasis on infrared-submillimeter astronomy and exo ...

M16 (rocket)

The M16 was a 4.5-inch spin-stabilized unguided multiple rocket launcher developed by the United States Army during the Second World War. Entering service in April 1945 to replace the earlier fin-stabilised M8 rocket, it was used late in the war ...

Thomas G. Myers Professorship Chair

The Thomas G. Myers Professorship of Electrical Engineering is a chaired professorship position at California Institute of Technology. The Thomas G. Myers Professorship of Electrical Engineering at Caltech was made possible through the generosity ...

Cal Lutheran Kingsmen and Regals

The Cal Lutheran Kingsmen and Regals are the varsity athletic teams that represent California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, California. Mens teams are known as the Kingsmen and womens teams are called the Regals. The teams compete in Divi ...

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo College of Engineering

The Cal Poly San Luis Obispo College of Engineering is the engineering college of the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California. It has over 200 faculty members and more than 6.000 students enrolled in fourteen bachel ...

Leaning Pine Arboretum

The Leaning Pine Arboretum is located on 5 acres on the north side of the California Polytechnic State University campus, in San Luis Obispo, central California.

The "P" (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)

The" P” is a 50-by-30 foot landmark located atop a northwestern hill of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California. Its creation dates back to the early 1900s and it has remained on the same hillside ever since.

Cal Poly Pomona College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences

The Cal Poly Pomona College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences is the humanities, social sciences, and performing arts college at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona located in Pomona, California, United States. The College of Lett ...

Cal Poly Pomona College of Science

The College of Science at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona offers majors in nine fields leading to bachelor of science degree.

North State Public Radio

North State Public Radio is an NPR-affiliated public radio broadcaster which has main stations in the Northern California cities of Redding and Chico. It airs news and public affairs, classical music, talk radio and jazz programs. With the help o ...

Wild Oak Music Group

Wild Oak Music Group is an independent record label operated from the Music Industry program at California State University, Chico in Chico, California. The label was founded in the fall of 1997. The name combines the citys boisterous music scene ...

CSULB College of Engineering

The California State University, Long Beach College of Engineering is CSULBs third-largest college, with 2018 enrollment of nearly 5.000 undergraduate and graduate students. It has been led by Dean Forouzan Golshani since 2007. The Colleges missi ...

List of California State University, Los Angeles people

Raul Ruiz - Notably photographed the police aiming tear gas launchers at the Silver Dollar Cafe, where Ruben Salazar was killed. Lisa Diane Wedgeworth (Лиза Дайан Wedgeworth) - visual artist. Hisako Terasaki – artist. Kent Twitchell 72 – muralist.

Superparabola

A superparabola is a geometric curve defined in the Cartesian coordinate system as a set of points with y b = p, {\displaystyle {\frac {y}{b}}=\lbrack 1-\left{\frac {x}{a}}\right^{2}\rbrack ^{p},} where P, A and B are positive integers. The equat ...

Department of Music at California State University, Northridge

The Department of Music at California State University is a conservatory in Los Angeles, California. Currently, there are more than 500 students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in music. The Department is located 20-30 minutes from th ...

List of Sacramento State people

Greg Knapp – quarterbacks coach. Brian Katz – Sacramento State mens basketball coach. Pat Doyle – baseball coach. Mike Lange – sports broadcaster and member of Hockey Hall of Fame. Darren Arbet – coach for San Jose SaberCats of AFL. Clancy Barone ...

Executive Fellowship

The Executive Fellowship Program is sponsored by the California State Center for California Studies and the Office of the Governor to provide an experiential learning opportunity in California state government. Fellows work full-time in high leve ...

Judicial Administration Fellowship

The Judicial Administration Fellowship Program is administered by the Center for California Studies at Sacramento State and co-sponsored by the Judicial Council of California. It is open to all people with a college degree, including recent gradu ...

CSUSB College of Arts and Letters

The California State University - San Bernardino College of Arts & Letters provides liberal arts education at CSUSB. The college contains nineteen academic departments and a number of interdisciplinary programs, each of which is designed to help ...

CSUSB College of Education

The California State University, San Bernardino College of Education seeks to attract and serve a student population reflective of Californias diversity through programs, curricula, instructional practices, and a more diverse professoriate, all o ...

CSUSB College of Extended Learning

The California State University, San Bernardino College of Extended and Global Education is one of the several colleges of the California State University, San Bernardino, located in the Center for Global Innovation building on the main universit ...

CSUSB College of Natural Sciences

The California State University, San Bernardino College of Natural Sciences is the San Bernardino regions largest center for science education and research. Comprising nine departments and various specialties, the college offers bachelors and mas ...

CSUSB College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

The California State University, San Bernardino College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is one of six academic colleges at CSUSB located in San Bernardino, California, United States. Comprising ten departments/schools and various specialties, t ...

List of California State University, San Bernardino people

Paul Cook, M.P.A. 1996 – Congressman serving Californias 8th district, California State Assemblyman, 65th district 2006-2012. John J. Benoit, M.P.A. 1993 – California State Senate, 37th district. Pedro Nava, B.A. sociology 1993 – California State ...

Murillo Family Observatory

Murillo Family Observatory is a teaching and research observatory for California State University, San Bernardino, located on Badger Hill on the northern portion of campus, in San Bernardino, the U.S. state of California. It is the newest researc ...

Chris Hogan (finance)

Hogan earned his undergratuate degree from Georgetown College and his Master’s Degree from California University of Pennsylvania. During college he was an all-American football player.

Butler Chapel

Butler Chapel is the chapel for the center of the Buies Creek, N.C. campus of Campbell University. The chapel is named in memory of husband and wife Anna Gardner Butler and Robert B. Butler. The building is a place for divinity students to develo ...

D. Rich Memorial

The Hobson Performance Center, formerly called the D. Rich Memorial building prior to 2020, is the centerpiece educational building on the Buies Creek, N.C. campus of Campbell University that was completed in 1923. The building anchors the Academ ...

Kivett Hall

Kivett Hall is the oldest building on the campus of Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina. The building has long served as the icon of the University and was noted for its bell tower that chimed every quarter-hour. The bell tower doe ...

Delavan/Canisius College station

Delavan/Canisius College is a Buffalo Metro Rail station located at the northeast corner of Main Street and East Delavan Avenue and is known as having one of the longest escalators set up in the country. Delavan/Canisius College station was also ...

WCUA (FM)

WCUA is the college radio station broadcast from The Catholic University of America. Due to a lack of a license to broadcast at their designated frequency at 97.5 MHz FM and how the antenna is located at a building different from the studio, the ...

Clarke Historical Library

The Clarke Historical Library is part of Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States. It is located within the Charles V. Park Library on the campus. The library was founded in 1954 by Norman E. Clarke, Sr., who gave hi ...

Chapman Radio

Chapman University has hosted some form of radio organization since 1967. The station began as a training course for students interested in broadcasting. The original station could only be heard by the people standing inside the studio. The origi ...

John Fowles Center for Creative Writing

The John Fowles Center for Creative Writing was created by Mark Axelrod at Chapman University in order to encourage and advance the art and craft of writing including fiction, poetry, drama, creative non-fiction and film. The Center invites stude ...

95th Street/Chicago State University station

95th Street/Chicago State University is an electrified commuter rail station along Metra Electrics main line on the northeast corner of Chicago State University in Chicago, Illinois. The station is located at 95th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue, ...

59th Street/University of Chicago station

59th Street/University of Chicago is a railway station that serves the Metra Electric Line in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The station is on 59th street, originally the University of Chicagos southern border, and the Midway Plaisance. Trains ...

Center for Population Economics

The Center for Population Economics is a research center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. The work of the CPE is funded primarily by the U.S.s National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health.

Hutchinson Commons

Hutchinson Commons at the University of Chicago is modeled, nearly identically, on the hall of Christ Church, one of Oxford Universitys constituent colleges. The great room measures 115 feet by 40 feet, and was for many years the principal site o ...

Paulson Institute

The Paulson Institute is a non-partisan, independent" think and do tank” dedicated to fostering a US-China relationship that serves to maintain global order in a rapidly evolving world. Founded in 2011 by former Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulso ...

Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering at the University of Chicago

The Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering is the first school of engineering at the University of Chicago. It was founded as the Institute for Molecular Engineering in 2011 by the university in partnership with Argonne National Laboratory. Whe ...

Woodlawn, Chicago

Woodlawn, on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, is one of Chicagos 77 community areas. It is bounded by Lake Michigan to the east, 60th Street to the north, Martin Luther King Drive to the west, and 67th Street to the south. Both Hyde Park Care ...

Yerkes Observatory

Yerkes Observatory is an astronomical observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin owned by the University of Chicago Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics. The observatory, sometimes called "the birthplace of modern astrophysics", was founded in 18 ...

Sharon Wright Austin

Sharon Wright Austin is an American political scientist, currently a professor of political science at the University of Florida, where she was also a longtime Director of the African-American Studies Program. Austin is a prominent scholar of Ame ...

Clarion Golden Eagles mens basketball

The Clarion Golden Eagles mens basketball team is a Division II basketball program who represents Clarion University of Pennsylvania. The program has been in the NCCA Division II Tournament two times in its history in 1981 and 2001. They are curr ...

Atlanta Sociological Laboratory

In July 1895, President Horace Bumstead of Atlanta University proposed a plan to the board of trustees to conduct yearly studies on the transition of Negroes from their time in slavery to their transition into freedom. The findings and research w ...

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