Michaels was the founder and Director of the Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Southern California from 1996-2008 with combined research and operational budgets of over $15M per year and over 100 faculty, staff and students.
What does WIES stand for?
WIES stands for Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies
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- Women in Educational Leadership
- Wielka Internetowa Encyklopedia Multimedialna (Polish)
- Women in Engineering Organization
- Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography (Delaware)
- Women in Engineering Programs
- Writers In Electronic Residence
- Workshop for Informal Education Specialists (US NASA)
- While in Egypt Stay Connected
- Workshop on Industrial Experiences with Systems Software
- Women in Engineering Technologies
- Wine Industry Ethical Trade Association (South Africa)
- Wallops Island Engineering Test Center (US Navy)
- World Institute for Engineering and Technology Education (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia)
- Western Indiana Employment Training Services
- World Information and Early Warning System
- Wage Information File
- Warsaw Initiative Funds
Samples in periodicals archive:
Tony Michaels, director of the Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies, said in a recent phone interview.
USC Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies supports marine and environmental science and education.
Judith Kildow, senior research scientist at the Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Southern California; Dr.
The Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies, which is a unit of USC College, has received the single largest education grant ever awarded by Edison International.
William Wrigley, also announced Friday, will launch a $60-million development project to create a Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies on Catalina Island (see related story and backgrounder).