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What does BWC stand for?

BWC stands for Baldwin-Wallace College

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14 Teams from Northeast Ohio Schools Meet and Compete at Baldwin-Wallace College RICHFIELD, Ohio, April 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As a leading technology employer in Northeast Ohio and advocate of educational programs that promote technology careers, OEConnection LLC served as the sponsor for a computer programming contest held on the main campus of Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea on Tuesday, April 12, 2011.
BEREA, Ohio -- Barack Obama was about to speak in front of a huge American flag the gym of the Baldwin-Wallace College (home of the yellow jackets) just now, a man on the press riser screamed in protest that candidate had not recited the pledge of allegiance.
Sweeney earned his master's degree in business administration from Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, OH, and his bachelor's degree in accounting from St.
In addition to the USDA grant, Gorman received two Baldwin-Wallace College Faculty Development Summer Grants of $2,000 (1986 and 1989), a National Science Foundation grant of $35,000 (1989), a Gund Grant of $2,000 (1993) and a Martha Holden Jennings Foundation grant of $8,000 (1994).
20 Teams from Northeast Ohio Schools Compete at Baldwin-Wallace College RICHFIELD, Ohio -- OEConnection LLC, a technology leader and innovator of online solutions for original equipment manufacturers and their distribution networks, was the major sponsor of the annual Baldwin-Wallace College High School Programming Contest, held Tuesday, April 24, at B-W's main campus in Berea.
Area High School Students Compete in Computer Programming Contest RICHFIELD, Ohio, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- OEConnection LLC, the leading online parts and service exchange within the automotive industry, served as the major sponsor for a computer programming contest held on the main campus of Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea.
Rose Aprile Powell Cal Poly Pomona Jill Razor Rollins College Rachel Sloan Presbyterian College DIVISION III Candice Brown Marymount University Allison Coleman Eastern Connecticut State Alisa DiBonaventura Delaware Valley College Meg Frazier Hendrix College Katie Lacey George Fox University Kendra Meyer Capital University (OH) Jen Nance Baldwin-Wallace College Melissa Pederson University of St.