George Maciunas was awarded with architectural degrees from Cooper Union (1952) and Pittsburgh's Carnegie Institute of Technology (1954).
What does CIT stand for?
CIT stands for Carnegie Institute of Technology
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We have 303 other meanings of CIT in our Acronym Attic
- Computer Information Systems (degree)
- Cab Interior Temperature
- Cable Interface Translator
- California Institute of Technology
- Call In Time
- Canberra Institute of Technology (Australia)
- Canterbury Institute of Technology (Australia)
- Capital Investment Team
- Care Integration Team
- Career Institute of Technology (Easton, Pennsylvania)
- Case Institute of Technology (CWRU, Cleveland, OH)
- Cash In Transit (vehicle, i.e., armored car)
- Cauchy Integral Theorem (math, engineering)
- Cebu Institute of Technology
- Cellule d'Ingénierie et de Transfert (French: Cell Engineering and Transfer)
- Cement Injection Tool
- Center for Information Technology (US National Institutes of Health)
- Center for Innovative Technology (Virginia, USA)
- Center for Instructional Technology
- Center for Integrative Toxicology (Michigan State University)
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She won a scholarship to the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, PA, but was denied because of her race.
Danson later transferred to the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, and not long after graduating was cast as an understudy in Tom Stoppard's stage production of The Real Inspector Hound.
in physics from Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon) in 1953, Dr.
In those days she also had an active performing life as a pianist and accompanist, and came to be known in town as part of the brilliant young circle of local pianists, including Earl Wild and Byron Janis, educated at the Carnegie Institute of Technology.
In 1955, the center moved to the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh and then, in 1961, migrated to Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.