The word conference is a noun. Conference means (1) a discussion among participants who have an agreed (serious) topic, (2) an association of sports teams that organizes matches for its members, (3) a prearranged meeting for consultation or exchange of information or discussion (especially one with a formal agenda).
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word conference.
- Conference Alerts
This website brings together conference
organizers and academics. The website is based in South Africa and lists conferences around the world, by subject and by location. Organizers can list a conference for free, and academics can subscribe to a free email alert system.
- US Conference of Mayors
The USCM is the official nonpartisan organization of U.S. cities with 30,000 or more residents. Each city is represented at the Conference
by its mayor. The USCM strives to promote development of effective urban and suburban policies at the federal level and to foster good relations between the cities and the federal government. It provides leadership and management tools for mayors as well.
- National Conference of State Legislatures
The NCSL is a bipartisan organization that serves the legislators and staffs of the nation's fifty states, its commonwealths, and its territories. It provides research, technical assistance, and opportunities for policymakers to exchange ideas about current state issues. It is an effective advocate for the interests of state governments before Congress and federal government agencies.
- Football Teams
The NFL has 32 teams divided into the American Football Conference
(AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC). Learn more with this directory of football team names.
- All Conferences
All Conferences is a directory focusing on conferences, conventions, trade shows, and other business events around the world. Conference organizers can list their event on the site for free. The site also provides information about conference
reservations and information about advertising on the website. Users can search by broad subject categories to find conferences in their areas of interest.
- University of Arizona
The University was established in 1885 as the first college in the Arizona territories and is a designated Land Grant University. It is one of 62 members of the Association of American Universities. UA has over 36,000 students and offers 334 fields of study at the bachelors, masters, and doctoral level. It is also a member of the NCAA, Division I, PAC 10 Conference.
- International Trade Centre (ITC)
ITC, formed in 1964, has helped the business sectors of developing and transition economies to develop exports. It is located in Geneva and is the joint technical cooperation agency of the UN Conference
on Trade and Development and the World Trade Organization. Users will find all kinds of help in marketing development and analysis. Information about current projects can also be found on the site.
- Montana State University
MSU, located in Bozeman, was founded in 1893. It is a part of the Montana State University system. In Athletics, MSU plays with the Big Sky Conference
and NCAA-I. There are roughly 13,000 students and 826 faculty members. MSU has recently been added to the Carnegie Foundation's list of top-tier research institutions. MSU has a large agricultural school and a school of nursing, among its offerings.
- Michigan State University
Michigan State University, located in East Lansing, Michigan,is a Land-Grant University and member of The Big Ten Athletic Conference. It was founded in 1855 as a prototype for land grant institutions established under the Morrell Act. There are between 45,000 and 50,000 students, undergraduate and graduate, and 4500 academic faculty and staff.
- New Mexico State University
NMSU, a Land-Grant University, was founded in 1888. Its main campus is in Las Cruces with several branches around the state. Total enrollment is over 27,000 on all campuses, and about 1700 faculty. There are 51 programs for graduate study, including an engineering school and a business school. The school is a member of the Western Athletic Conference. Information about applying on the website.
- Oregon State University
OSU is a large school in Corvallis, Oregon with about 20,000 students. The school dates back to 1858 and ten years later became the State's land-grant university. The School has Pac-10 Conference
- Penn State University
Penn State, founded in 1855, is located in State College, Pennsylvania. It is the State-related, land-grant University with 24 campuses. The main campus has almost 37,000 undergraduates and 6300 graduate students. The school participates in The Big Ten Conference
and NCAA Division 1-A for most sports.
Scopus, an Elsevier product, is a subscription-only abstract and citation database of research literature and quality web sources. It includes journal publications, conference
proceedings, scientific web pages, patents, and an alert service. It also has smart tools to track, visualize, and analyze research. On the website, users can get a free trial and view a demo.
- University of California, Riverside
The roots of UCR go back to 1907 when the State of California established a Citrus Experimental Station in Riverside. The University was officially established in 1948. There are approximately 16,000 students, grad and undergraduate, In sports it is a member of the NCAA Division I and participates in the Big West Conference. Information about visiting and applying are on the website.
- University of Texas at Dallas
UTD began as the Graduate Research Center of the Southwest, an outgrowth of Texas Instruments, in 1961 and became part of the UT system in 1969. Today it has 14,000 students and 432 faculty. UTD has 14 national Greek organizations, and in sports, plays in the American Southwest Conference. Information about visiting and applying on the website.
- University of Texas at Austin
The University of Texas at Austin, founded in 1883, is one of the largest public universities in the country. It has about 50,000 students--undergraduate and graduate. It is in the Big Twelve Conference
in sports. Among its many other resources is the Lyndon Johnson Library and Museum. The website contains information about the school, its programs, application instructions, and visiting.
- University of Wisconsin-Madison
UW-Madison was founded in 1848 and is the State Land-Grant University. There are approximately 41,500 students and over 2000 faculty. UW is in the Big Ten Conference
for most sports. UW has a medical school, nursing school, veterinary school, library school, and a law school, among others. The website contains information about visiting and applying.
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