He received his bachelor's degree at The California Polytechnic University and his master's degree at National Defense University with a additional master's degree at the Naval Postgraduate School.
What does CPU stand for?
CPU stands for California Polytechnic University (aka Cal Poly)
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We have 210 other meanings of CPU in our Acronym Attic
- Cumbria Primary Teacher Training (UK)
- CPMA/PMA Traceability Task Force (produce industry; Canada)
- Central Procurement Technical Unit (Bangladesh)
- Connecticut Public Television
- Centro de Pesquisa em Tecnologias Wireless (Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil)
- Copy Protection Technical Working Group (IBM, Philips, et al)
- Copyright Protection Technical Working Group
- Committee on Physics in Two Year Colleges (American Association of Physics Teachers)
- California Pacific University
- Call Pick Up (PABX phone systems)
- Caption Projection Unit
- Carnet de Prélèvement Universel (French: Universal Book Collection)
- Cash Pick Up
- Central Philippine University
- Central Policy Unit
- Central Processing Unit (part of a computer system)
- Certified Postal Unit
- Certified Practice in Usability (trademark of Human Factors International)
- Chemical Protection Unit
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2 million to partner with California Polytechnic University, Pomona and California State University, San Bernardino, to develop transfer programs for underrepresented minorities, women and veterans majoring in the STEM fields.
Owen is a graduate of California Polytechnic University with a degree in graphic communications.
in English Literature at California Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Mahmood Ibrahim is Chair, Department of History, California Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Allen received his MBA from Claremont Graduate University and received his Bachelor of Science from California Polytechnic University.
Universities that have committed already include: Arizona State University University of California - Santa Barbara California State University University of California - Fullerton - Los Angeles California State University University of California - Irvine - East Bay University of San Diego San Diego State University California Polytechnic University San Jose State University - San Luis Obispo University of Arizona For universities, several options are provided to enable them to identity and protect a large number of assets at very modest cost.
The 2005 scholarship winners, their high schools and the colleges they plan to attend include: Heather Acuff, Desert Christian High, California State University, Long Beach; Shawdae Biles, Lancaster High, Antelope Valley College; Kyle Binkowski, Lancaster High, Antelope Valley College; Sajae Davison, Palmdale High, UCLA; Andrew Deagon, Highland High, Stanford University; Darren Moore, Highland High, Stanford University; Mauli Shah, Quartz Hill High, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Starlet Snider, Palmdale High, Antelope Valley College; Jessica Winn, Quartz Hill High, Antelope Valley College; Elyse Van Zandt, Littlerock High, California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.