Summary: The Lebanese Forces and the March 14 coalition's student movements won uncontested student elections at Notre Dame University Friday.
What does NDU stand for?
NDU stands for Notre Dame University
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We have 21 other meanings of NDU in our Acronym Attic
- Navigation Data Unit
- Navigation Distribution Unit
- Network Distribution Unit (computer networking)
- Newrybar Drainage Union (New South Wales, Australia)
- Nippon Dental University (Japan)
- No Data Update
- Non Disruptive Upgrade
- Nordisk Data Union
- Norges Døveforbunds Barne - og Ungdomsutvalg (Norwegian Youth Association of the Deaf)
- Norsk Dysmeliforenings Ungdom (Norwegian Dysmelia Youth Association)
- Narendra Deva University of Agriculture and Technology (India)
- Network Determined User Busy (3GPP spec 22093)
- Northern Doctors Urgent Care (UK)
- Notre Dame University College of Nursing
- Nam Dinh Urban Development Project (Vietnam; Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation)
- Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotides Dehydrogenase Ubiquinone Flavoprotein 24-kDa (gene)
- National Defense University Library (Washington, DC)
- Nasty Demon, Unknown Origin
- North Dakota University System
- North Dakota University System Online
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He was a member of Saint Anne's church, the Alumni Association of Notre Dame University and the Shrewsbury Knights of Columbus.
The open letter calls on Australia s Notre Dame University to cancel a lecture by Monckton Thursday, saying he stood for "the kind of ignorance and superstition that universities have a duty to counter".
Political scientist Benjamin Radcliff of Notre Dame University, summing up his recent studies in Social Forces and the American Political Science Review, says survey research shows that "the more we supplement the cold efficiency of the free market system with interventions that reduce poverty, insecurity and inequality, the more we improve the quality of life.
Rice of Notre Dame University, a long-time commentator on pro-life issues, suggests that a sudden reversal of the 1973 Roe v.
Hesburgh, president emeritus of Notre Dame University, holds a number of firsts for a Catholic priest.
Jim was a member of the faculties of Notre Dame University in Indiana, and Tulane University and Loyola University in New Orleans, Louisiana.