The American University in Cairo is probably the only exception.
What does TAUC stand for?
TAUC stands for The American University in Cairo (Egypt; usually seen as AUC)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of TAUC
We have 2 other meanings of TAUC in our Acronym Attic
- Threat Assessment Unit (police department)
- Timing Issues in the Specification and Synthesis of Digital Systems (IEEE International Workshop)
- Total Annihilation Universe (gaming site)
- Tracking Area Update
- TransAlta Utilities
- Transport and Up
- Travel Agent University (Questex Travel Group; New York, NY)
- Tuning and Analysis Utilities
- Twin Agent Unit
- The Association of Union Constructors
- Total Area under the Curve
- TransAtlantic Uncertainty Colloquium
- Tuna Académica da Universidade de Coimbra (Portuguese Universitary musical organization)
- Tampere Unit for Computer-Human Interaction (University of Tampere Department of Computer Sciences; Finland)
- Total Annihilation Units Compilation Pack (gaming)
- Taurine/Alpha-Ketoglutarate Dioxygenase (microbiology)
- Tennessee Association of Utility Districts
- Trusted and Autonomic Ubiquitous and Embedded Systems (international workshop)
- Test Assembly Unloading Fixture
Samples in periodicals archive:
Cairo, (SANA)- Syrian novelist Khalil Sualeh won Naguib Mahfouz Prize for Literature awarded by the American University in Cairo for his novel /Warraq al-Hub/.
Nubia: Sketches, Notes and Photographs by Margo Veillon, edited by John Rodenbeck The American University in Cairo Press May 2005, $35, ISBN 9-774-24879-1 Images of the people and the life in Nubia, an historic region that encompasses southern Egypt and northern Sudan, are presented through the watercolors and travels of an artist and writer who died at the age of 96.
The research project in the Nile Delta was funded by the Schistosomiasis Research Project, under research agreement #04-05-38, and conducted under the auspices of the Social Research Center at the American University in Cairo.
14, 75-76, 85 and Saad Eddin [Sa'd al-Din] Ibrahim, Egypt, Islam, and Democracy: Twelve Critical Essays (Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press, 1996), especially p.
Weeks, an archaeologist at the American University in Cairo, directs the ongoing excavation.