When Rose takes office on Saturday she will be the first woman to serve as chancellor since the state System of Higher Education, now the OUS, was created in 1931.
What does SSHE stand for?
SSHE stands for State System of Higher Education (Pennsylvania)
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We have 2 other meanings of SSHE in our Acronym Attic
- Society for the Study of Human Development (Florida International University; Miami, FL)
- Solid State Hybrid Drive
- Solid-State Hard Disk (memory)
- Solid State Hard Disk Drive
- Safety, Security, Health and Environment
- School Sanitation and Hygiene Education (India)
- Scraped Surface Heat Exchanger
- Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating (est. 1985; Ottawa, IL)
- Small Stakes Hold 'em (poker book)
- Source-Side Hot Electron
- Swept Surface Heat Exchanger (food processing)
- Swiss School of Higher Education (Montreux, Switzerland)
- Salmonid Screening Habitat Enhancement and Restoration (now Environmental Restoration Technical Assistance; Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife)
- Stepping Stones for Home Educators (Australia)
- Sutherland Shire Hub for Economic Development (Australia)
- State System of Higher Education Mathematics Association
- Social Sciences and Humanities in the European Research Area (European Commission research group)
- Sequential Series Hybrid Electric Vehicle
- Saturdays Sundays Holidays Excluded (shipping)
- Signs and Symptoms of Heart Failure (cardiology)
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Founded in 1855 as the first Normal School in Pennsylvania, Millersville University is one of 14 universities within the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education revealed that an audit shows California University of Pennsylvania inappropriately used university employees to raise money for its private foundation and improperly diverted nearly $6 million to the same nonprofit.
CUP, established in 1852, is one of fourteen universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
2% of Philadelphia SOURCES: PENNSYLVANIA STATE SYSTEM OF HIGHER EDUCATION, TEMPLE UNIVERSITY, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH.
THE DECISION TO BAN SMOKING EVERYWHERE at 14 institutions in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education ignited a mixed response from the system's 110,000 students and 12,500 employees.