CSUS

CSUS may refer to:

  • Notation used for a suspended chord
  • CSU Sibiu, a Transylvanian basketball team
  • California State University System, a system of universities in California, including:

Other articles related to "csus":

Mary Mackey - Biography
... Professor of English and Writer-in-Residence at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) ... She is married to Angus Wright, CSUS Emeritus Professor of Environmental Studies, with whom she frequently travels to Brazil ... Mackey was one of the founders of the CSUS Women’s Studies Program ...
Charles Goethe - Founder of Sacramento State College
... in 1965, when he received letters of appreciation - solicited by his friends at CSUS - from the president of the Nature Conservancy, then-Governor Edmund G ... As a result, in 1963, Goethe changed his will to make CSUS his primary beneficiary, bequeathing his residence, eugenics library, papers, and $640,000 to the ... When Goethe died, CSUS received the largest share of his $24 million estate ...
Chord (music) - Suspended Chords
... Csus4 is sometimes written Csus since the sus4 is more common than the sus2 Component notes (chord and interval) Chord symbol Audio Sus2 Open fifth major second - Csus2 Play Sus4 Open fifth perfect fourth ...
Connecticut State University System
... The Connecticut State University System (CSUS) is a public university system in Connecticut ... CSUS consists of four comprehensive universities with more than 36,500 students and 180,000 alumni ... support for budgeting, planning, and technology operations led by a vice president of the Board for CSUS ...
Gharlane Of Eddore (pen Name) - Reputation
... He is known to have posted as Gharlane from gharlane@nextnet.csus.edu and gharlane@ccshp1.ccs.csus.edu. 1992 he often posted as "potter@csusac.ecs.csus.edu (Carl Kolchak)" ...