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Aug 2016
The Polytechnic campus (Poly), originally opened in 1996 as ASU East, is now home to 10,000 students enrolled in over 40 degree programs with a focus on applied engineering. Drawing on the suburban campus setting, Poly has embraced project work and partnerships with business to challenge students with real problems to be solved in small group settings

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Aug 2016
ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus represents a significant public partnership that has garnered community support and enhanced redevelopment opportunities. The partnership between ASU and the city of Phoenix has created jobs, increased public revenue and private investment, stimulated local businesses, improved social services, and most importantly, offered further educational opportunities.

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Aug 2016
SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center (SkySong) is leading the transition of the McDowell Corridor from a former “motor mile” of car dealerships to a major innovation hub for the greater Phoenix Region. SkySong represents a major public-private partnership bringing together the university, the ASU Foundation for a New American University, the City of Scottsdale, the Plaza Companies, and the Holualoa Companies.

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Aug 2016
CSU's School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) sits at the nexus of a growing number of exciting sustainability initiatives in research, education and engagement at CSU. The School was designed to apply interdisciplinary perspectives to large-scale environmental, economic, and social questions not easily addressed through traditional approaches, including 21st century challenges such as biodiversity loss, climate change and food security.

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Aug 2016
CSU created the Energy Institute in 2013 to consolidate its vast energy research under one virtual organization, employing a unique interdisciplinary approach to global problem-solving. It was designed programmatically with an emphasis on agility and entrepreneurship to position CSU at the forefront of energy research and technology.

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Aug 2016
The most accomplished spin off of CSU’s Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory (EECL), Envirofit International designs, manufactures, and sells clean cook stoves in developing nations. The global market leader with over 1M stoves sold in over 40 countries, EnviroFit is considered a pioneer in the social enterprise model, delivering cost savings and health benefits to 5 million people to date.

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Aug 2016
MSU’s Optical Technology Center (OpTeC) integrates two-year certificate programs, an undergraduate minor, graduate degree programs, private sector partnerships, and research and technology transfer to transform the high technology sector in Bozeman, Montana. The world-class research performed by OpTeC faculty has helped establish more than 30 optics related companies in Bozeman, fifteen of which were started by MSU graduates.

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Aug 2016
Montana State University trains Native students and impacts Native communities through many programs. MSU works with citizens and communities to define needs and build success, particularly in indigenous communities, rural counties, and widely-dispersed small towns.

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Aug 2016
Montana State University is utilizing an innovative approach, based on a museum exhibit, to develop curriculum across many disciplines. Utilizing archaeological digs and a museum exhibit for curriculum and talent development, the project integrates creative research and teaching practices in an innovative, interdisciplinary collaboration.

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Aug 2016
The Purdue Foundry exists to help Purdue students, faculty and local alumni move ideas to the marketplace more quickly. It is a place to transform innovators into entrepreneurs by providing advice on entity formation, ideation, market analysis and business model development.

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