This is really the second big online wave for schools, the first being putting up online alumni directories," says Fred Waugh, director of marketing for Convio, the internet software and services company that serves institutions of higher education and nonprofits.
What does IHE stand for?
IHE stands for Institutions of Higher Education
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of IHE
We have 65 other meanings of IHE in our Acronym Attic
- Integrated Health Delivery Service Organization
- Indoor Horse Driving Trials (UK)
- Integrated Helicopter Design Tools
- I Hate Everything
- I've Had Enough
- Incidental Health Expense Benefit (Empire Life; Canada)
- Insensitive High-Explosive
- Institut für Hochstfrequenztechnik und Elektronik (Universitat Karlsruhe)
- Institute of Health Education
- Institute of Higher Education
- Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise
- Intermediate Heat Exchanger
- International Haircolor Exchange
- International Heat Exchange, Inc. (Yorba Linda, CA)
- International Horticultural Exhibition
- International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering (former name, now legally IHE Delft, the Foundation)
- International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering (historical acronym only, replaced by: IHE Delft, the Foundation)
- Organización Profesional de Inspectores de Hacienda del Estado (Spanish: State Tax Inspectors Professional Association)
- Indiana Higher Education Award
- Industrial Health Engineering Association
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Throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, administrations at institutions of higher education enacted 'hate speech codes' to selective words and actions that would be considered hate speech, and applied punishments for violating those codes.
The primary function requirement may make the student FICA exception unavailable to certain institutions of higher education embedded within a larger organization (like a hospital or museum).
The problem, Bender concludes, was not so much that existing institutions of higher education were failing on their own terms, but rather that "a general and profound perception of disorder in urban culture caused intellectuals to ask something radically new of higher education.
After years of declining enrollment in institutions of higher education, minorities--particularly African-Americans--have begun to reverse the trend.
Introduction The challenge of institutions of higher education ameliorating the harm associated with high-risk student behavior is illuminated by a lawsuit claiming negligence by the University of Wisconsin--LaCrosse.