Marshall University employs a modest IT staff to manage all of the university's computer services for 14,000 active students and approximately 1,800 staff and faculty.
What does MU stand for?
MU stands for Marshall University (Huntington, WV)
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We have 18 other meanings of MU in our Acronym Attic
- Mahidol University (Thailand)
- Malayan Union
- Management Unit
- Manchester United
- Mansfield University (Mansfield, PA)
- Marginal Utility
- Mark Up
- Marmara University (Turkey)
- Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI)
- Marvel Universe (comics)
- Marymount University (Arlington, VA)
- Marywood University (Scranton, PA)
- Massey University (New Zealand)
- Match Up
- McGill University (Montreal, Canada)
- Meaningful Use (electronic health records)
- Measurement Uncertainty (gage repeatablity and reproducibility study and in quality-field)
- Megaupload (online storage and file delivery service)
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The 78-million-year-old fossil of the Polycotylus latippinus, a four-flippered swimmer something like a snake-turtle combination, is now on display at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County of Marshall University, West Virginia.
Her ultimate goal is to earn a master's degree in counseling from Marshall University.
Ellis (Professor of Psychology, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia) is a seminal and scholarly introduction to the sensitive subject of suicide and brings together under one cover contributions by leading cognitivists and suicide specialists based on cutting edge research in the field and in academia.
Marshall University For many IHEs, the decision to upgrade from an initial course management system to an enterprise system with both increased functionality and the ability to accommodate a large number of users simultaneously is inevitable.
After attending Grambling State University in Louisiana, he went on to receive his BS in Biology and Chemistry from Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia.
Critics dismiss the study as self-interested--Wal-Mart funded it--but it's not the first to associate the superstore with economic benefits: A 2001 study by two economists at Marshall University found that Wal-Mart increased local employment rates and wages.
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