Editors Harris and Waterman are affiliated, respectively, with Mount Allison University, Canada, and New York University, US.
What does MAU stand for?
MAU stands for Mount Allison University (Sackville, NB, Canada)
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We have 60 other meanings of MAU in our Acronym Attic
- Medical Assessment Unit (UK National Health Service)
- Medium Attachment Unit
- Memory Allocation Unit
- Million Accounting Units
- Miscellaneous Armament Unit
- Mobile Awareness Unit
- Modular Avionics Unit
- Monthly Active Users
- Mothers Acting Up (Boulder, CO)
- Moyenne Activité Uranium (French: Average Uranium Activity)
- Mt Arthur Underground Project (Australia)
- Multi-Attribute Utility
- Multiple Access Unit (networking device)
- Multistation Access Unit (token ring)
- Munitions Adapter Unit
- Munitions Armament Unit
- Member of the Association of University Administrators (UK)
- Mount Allison University Archives (Canada)
- Mars Upper Atmosphere Dynamics Energetics and Evolution
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Duffy said he was influenced by Robert Hawkes, one of his professors at Mount Allison University in New Brunswick: "He just had a great way of relating to students," Mr.
Brooks is a former quarterback with the Mount Allison University Mounties.
Anything that sabotages this behavior suggests "huge consequences to fitness," says study coauthor Suzanne Currie of Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Her lab had been studying the effects of 4-NP on fish.
He has a master of arts from the University of British Columbia, a bachelor of education from the University of New Brunswick, and a bachelor of arts from Mount Allison University.
Marly Cail is going into her fourth year as a biology major at Mount Allison University in Sackville, N.
Andrew Nurse Department of Canadian Studies Mount Allison University Email: anurse@mta.
Earlier versions of this article were presented at the 2003 International Federation for Research in Women's History conference in Belfast, and at the Mount Allison University faculty works-in-progress seminar.