HEA may refer to:

  • Hektoen enteric agar, used in microbiology to identify certain organisms
  • Human Erythrocyte Antigen, an assay for extended typing of red blood cell antigens
  • Higher Education Academy, in the United Kingdom
  • Higher Education Act of 1965, an Act of the Congress of the United States which was supposed to strengthen the resources of colleges and universities, and to provide financial aid to students
  • Higher Education Act 2004, an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which introduced several changes to the higher education system
  • Higher Education Authority, in the Republic of Ireland
  • Hockey East Association, an NCAA hockey conference

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Te Whakatōhea - History
... Te Whakatōhea can trace their history to the arrival of Māori settlers on the Nukutere and Mataatua canoes ... Te Whakatōhea are the descendants of Tutamure and Hine-i-kauia ... and their descendants would eventually form the iwi Te Whakatōhea ...
Charles O'Hea
... Father Charles Adolphus O'Hea OSA (1814–1903) was a Catholic Priest best-known today as the man who baptised Ned Kelly, and who ministered to him before the bushranger was hanged in ... O'Hea was described by Hugh McCrae "as a burly priest, developed like a Thessalonian bull, fisted like a Castor or Pollux yet withal a learned man, a witty one, and a friend of the masses." Born in Cork ... O'Hea served the community of Pentridge from 1853 to 1882 ...
Heaðobards - Widsith
... with Ingeld, the possibly older poem Widsith refers to Hroðgar and Hroðulf defeating the Heaðobards at Heorot Hroþwulf ond Hroðgar heoldon ... nephew, since they repulsed the Viking-kin hewn at Heorot Heaðobard's army ...