The California Institution for Women (CIW)'s Choice Theory[R] Connection Program, a collaboration with Loyola Marymount University and the William Glasser Institute, has proudly announced its first graduating class.
What does CIW stand for?
CIW stands for California Institution for Women (California)
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- Collegiate Information and Visitor Services Association (Ann Arbor, MI)
- Compania Inmobiliaria Valenciana SA (Spanish: Valencia Real Estate Company SA)
- Civilian Substitution
- Cargo Interface Verification Test (NASA)
- Carmichael Invitational Volleyball Tournament
- Center for Interventional Vascular Therapy (Columbia University Medical Center; New York, NY)
- Central Institute of Vocational and Technical Education (Ministry of Education; China)
- Civilian Tracking System
- Code Insertion Verification Unit
- Compact Integrated Voice User Terminal
- Carnegie Institution of Washington
- Center for Information Work (Microsoft)
- Certified Internet Webmaster
- Children in Wales (UK)
- Cingular Wireless
- Client Installation Wizard
- Club Informatique de Wasselonne (French: Wasselonne Computer Club; Wasselonne, France)
- Club Informatique de Wavrin (French: Wavrin Computer Club; Wavrin, France)
- Coalition of Immokalee Workers
- Cockpit Integration Workbench
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2, 127) Managing such a facility was an uphill battle, however, one that required the passage of a state constitutional amendment (Proposition 21 in 1936) to move control of the new California Institution for Women from the jurisdiction of San Quentin and into the hands of Tehachapi's own board of trustees.
An interfaith delegation recently spent a day touring and meeting with inmates at the California Institution for Women in Corona, 40 miles east of Los Angeles.
Delegates' tour of the California Institution for Women in Corona in May led to physical improvements there: new window screens and shelves and refurbished beds in the 116-cell Reception Center and a $20,000 awning outside the dining room where inmates line up for meals.
Civil rights attorneys brought lawsuits against the Central California Women's Facility in Chowchilla and the California Institution for Women in Frontera to improve the delivery of health care, although the circumstances were extreme because a contract laboratory in 1997 falsified the results of Pap smears and hepatitis and HIV tests.