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WIE

(1) (WEI) See also Windows Experience Index.

(2) (IEEE Women In Engineering) An IEEE professional organization devoted to advancing women in the engineering and scientific fields. For more information, visit www.ieee.org/web/membership/women.
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Early registration for WIE ILC ends April 3 and conference rates increase after that date.
Wie, 24, burst on to the scene amid a blaze of publicity a decade ago but is only now finding the consistency to produce the challenges expected of her in her teens.
It will be a different story this week because just as she changed once, Michelle Wie has changed again.
According to The BBC, Wie said that she had a lot of fun, adding that she walked up 18 with goose bumps and kind of had the same putt as Martin Kaymer did to win the men's US Open last week, but did not hit as hard as him.
With a three-shot lead on the 16th hole, Wie nearly threw it all away with one poor decision, only keeping the lead by making a nervy 5-foot putt for double bogey.
Since turning pro in 2005, Wie has won two tournaments -- her 2010 win at the Canadian Women's Open was her last.
It's been a decade since the Hawaii-born Wie first came into limelight as a 12-year-old prodigious talent, becoming the youngest winner of the US Women's Amateur Public Links.
Hertz Global EV is offering its fleet of EVs to the conference speakers at the WIE Symposium to be held on September 18-19, 2011 in New York, US.
Wie had five birdies, including on the 13th, 14th and 15th holes.
The ascent of fellow American Paula Creamer to US Open glory has also provided 20-year-old Wie with extra motivation to go better on the course where she carded a third place finish in the 2005 tournament, taking the prize for the leading amateur.
Wie golfed with Kia Motors president and chief executive officer Byung Mo Ahn
It feels, it sounds cliche, but it feels awesome," Wie told the LPGA website (www.