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What does SOPA stand for?
SOPA stands for School of Public Affairs (various locations)
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We have 33 other meanings of SOPA in our Acronym Attic
- System.out.println (Java)
- State Office of Planning and Research
- Split-Operator Propagator for Electronically Adiabatic (Phenomena)
- Split-Operator Propagator for Electronically Diabatic (Phenomena)
- Standard Operating Procedures/Standard Work & Hazard Analysis
- Safety Office of Policy Analysis (City of Denver)
- Salinas Owners and Pilots Association (Salinas, CA)
- Schedule of Proposed Actions
- School of Physics and Astronomy (various locations)
- Security of Payment Act (Australia)
- Selanik Ozel Pedagoji Akademisi
- Senior Officer Present Afloat (US Navy; US DoD)
- Socialist Party of Azania (South Africa)
- Society of Professional Archeologists
- South of Pandosy Street (area in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada)
- Southern Oregon Photographic Association (Medford, OR)
- Space-Only Power Allocation
- Standard Operating Procedure Amplified (aviation)
- State of Play Academy (legal technology community)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The former Governor of Alaska had signed a three-year contract with Fox, during which she spoke 189,221 words in 151 appearances, according to a study from Smart Politics, a project undertaken by the Humphrey School of Public Affairs under the University of Minnesota, Politico reports.
Fermanich of the Center for Education Policy Analysis in the School of Public Affairs, now part of the Buechner Institute for Governance in the School of Public Affairs at the University of Colorado Denver, conducted the in-depth case study of spending for music programs in a large school district.
95 [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Author Jennifer Goldstein, associate professor in the Baruch College School of Public Affairs at the City University of New York, examines what some researchers have called "one of the most important innovations in the last half century" in school administration: peer assistance and review (PAR).
Lee Bernick, interim dean of UNLVÕs Greenspun School of Public Affairs In what one Clark County commissioner called a classic example of the sometimes ridiculous way government operates, the county solicited bids for a project only to decide Tuesday to do the work in-house at a higher cost.
She is a graduate student at the University of Washington Evans School of Public Affairs.
from the Rockefeller School of Public Affairs at SUNY Albany.
95 Paperback JF1351 The authors (both of the School of Public Affairs, Arizona State U.