I have spoken to Queens College and learned that the reason for the felling of the tree was on health and safety grounds.
What does QC stand for?
QC stands for Queens College (New York)
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We have 18 other meanings of QC in our Acronym Attic
- Quartz Crystal
- Quay Crane (logistics)
- Québec (Province de Québec)
- Quebec Central
- Quebec Central (railway)
- Quebec City (Quebec, Canada)
- Queen City (nickname for the city of Cincinnati, Ohio downtown area)
- Queen Creek (Arizona)
- Queen's Counsel (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Now, a collaboration between Queens College and Queens Library is seeking to capture that history and the borough's ethnic changes through the Queens Memory Project.
The New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) closed on $72,000,000 in tax-exempt bonds for constructing a 144-unit student housing development, located on the Queens College Campus.
in Interdisciplinary Studies and founder of the Ethnic Genealogy Research Center at Queens College, New York) and Alice Eichholz (Director of Lifelong Learning at Union Institute & University, nationally known genealogical researcher, author and lecturer in family history), is an impressive and meticulously precise study of the elemental constructs of Afro-American genealogically oriented history and the research of family histories.
Future installments will feature jazz saxophone legend Phil Woods, Doug Yeo of the Boston Symphony, Queens College Professor Michael Mossman, Eastman School of Music Professor of Trumpet Jim Thompson, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Principal Trumpet David Krauss, Robert Sullivan of the Cleveland Orchestra, and saxophone group The Capitol Quartet.
New York City's Queens College will develop curriculum about the conflict in the Middle East.
Offer Real World Interdisciplinary Learning When a tearful and terrified woman walked into the Battered Women's Legal Rights Clinic operated by the CUNY School of Law at Queens College, third year law student Farhid Sedaghatpour felt well-prepared to help her fight an eviction notice and retain custody of her child.