It is important to note that when the Association of Arab-American University Graduates (AAUG) came into being in 1967 there were no Arab-American organizations operating at the national level.
What does AAAUG stand for?
AAAUG stands for Association of Arab-American University Graduates
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Asian/Asian American Task Force
- Association Angevine d'Aide aux Toxicomanes et à leurs Familles
- Aurora Attitude Adjustment Taskforce (Aurora, CO)
- American Accrediting Association of Theological Institutions (Rocky Mount, NC)
- AA Accounting & Tax Service
- Asian American Association Telecom Services
- Australian Advanced Air Traffic Services
- Active Array Antenna Unit (India)
- All American Awards and Uniforms (Bohemia, NY)
- Associated Alumni of Acadia University (Canada)
- Advanced Amphibious Assault Vehicle (US Marine Corps)
- Allgemeiner Arbeitskreis Autonomer Verkehrspsychologen (German: German: Independent Traffic Psychologists Association; Austria)
- Amateur Astronomers Association of Vadodara (India)
- Association of African American Vintners
- Avian Adeno-Associated Virus
- Azienda Autonoma Assistenza Al Volo Per Il Traffico Aereo Generale (Italian Agency for Air Navigation Services)
- Advanced Airborne Anti-armor Weapon
- Advanced Asset Allocation Workshop
- Affirmative Action Association for Women
- All Asia Athlete Women
Samples in periodicals archive:
Arab-American academics and professionals, who founded the Association of Arab-American University Graduates (AAUG) in 1967 and immersed themselves in building it, shared many of the same perceptions.
THE ASSOCIATION OF ARAB-AMERICAN University Graduates (AAUG) is an organization to which I personally owe a great deal.
He is also a former President of the Association of Arab-American University Graduates.
Haddad, the seventh president of the Association of Arab-American University Graduates and one of its founders, passed away in Chicago in May of this year from a long-standing illness.
An earlier version of this article was presented at the 30th Annual Convention of the Association of Arab-American University Graduates, 31 October-2 November 1997, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.
He was, at the time of his death, serving an elected term on the Board of the Association of Arab-American University Graduates.
This issue of Arab Studies Quarterly, the flagship publication of the Association of Arab-American University Graduates, commemorates the 30th anniversary of the June War, by offering several analytical pieces that will help us understand the past in order to better deal with the future.