Today, UC's land-grant university thrives as the Agricultural Experiment Stations at UC Berkeley, Davis and Riverside, and in UC Cooperative Extension offices that serve every county.
What does LGU stand for?
LGU stands for Land-Grant University
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 18 other meanings of LGU in our Acronym Attic
- Local Government Transformation Programme (South Africa)
- Let's Get This Party Started
- Laser Guided Training Round
- Lights (street suffix)
- Logistics Transportation Traffic Management (USAF)
- Linking Girls to the Land (Girl Scouts)
- Libin Gene Therapy Unit (University of Calgary; Alberta, Canada)
- London Gypsy and Traveller Unit (UK)
- Let's Get The Word Out! (anti-MLM site)
- Ladies' Golf Union
- Legit Gamers Unit (Internet gaming community)
- Local Government Unit
- London Guildhall University (UK)
- Lucash, Gesmer & Updegrove (law firm; Boston MA)
- Local Government Unit Debt Act
- Lawson Global User Group (Lawson Software, Inc.)
- Local Government Unit Guarantee Corporation (funding agency; est. 1998; Philippines)
- Leg Glucose Uptake Rate
- Los Gatos Union School District (California)
- Los Gatos United Soccer League (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Pennsylvania State University had the highest COLA-corrected annual tuition cost ($12,075 in 2007-08) of any public land-grant university in the United States (Pennsylvania State University Office of Financial Aid 2008).
Making study abroad the norm and not the exception can position this and future generations of Americans for success in the world in much the same way that establishment of the land-grant university system and enactment of the GI Bill helped create the 'American Economy,'" says the commission's recent report, "Global Competence and National Needs: One Million Americans Studying Abroad.
Method The target population for this study was defined as students currently enrolled in the introductory textile science course at a land-grant university in the Midwest portion of the United States.
I work for a land-grant university, and our charge is to develop varieties that help agriculture and consumers.
A&T is a public, comprehensive, land-grant university in the University of North Carolina System (UNC).
Science and technology go back to our beginnings more than 100 years ago when young people were using the latest seed technology from a state land-grant university and were yielding more bushels of corn per acre than their farmer parents.