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Aug 2015
These three public-private-academic programs provide a total of more than $11M specifically to translate UofL’s research discoveries into tangible technologies and products. These funds support product-driven research and build educational programs to bridge the gap between research and the marketplace where those products will have impact.

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Aug 2015
To help facilitate collaboration, President James Ramsey had the vision to create the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research and Innovation (EVPRI) which leads research from ideation to commercialization (see figure). EVPRI Dr. William Pierce and his staff work closely with economic development leaders like the Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation (KSTC), Louisville Forward and the statewide Kentucky Innovation Network to connect and support innovation-driven, technology-based companies throughout rural and metropolitan Kentucky.

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Aug 2015
The University of Louisville established university-industry partnerships that provide unique educational opportunities and create innovative products. One outstanding example is the result of a shared vision between our president and top leadership at General Electric (GE) that led to the transformation of a former storage facility on UofL’s campus into the very first GE Appliances’ micro-factory, called FirstBuild.

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Aug 2015
Since 2005, more than 13,400 employers, including a significant majority of who operate in New Jersey, used NJIT’s Career Development Services (CDS) as a source of prospective candidates for their organizations. In 2014-15, we posted more than 26,411 technology job opportunities for our students. To demonstrate the talent pipeline, we highlight three global corporations with a location in Newark, who collectively employ hundreds of our graduates and interns, extending corporate collaboration well beyond student and alumni recruitment.

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Aug 2015
Manufacturing’s resurgence in the U.S. is not yet assured, but in New Jersey, with its 11,000 manufacturers including 400 in Newark, the probability of a renaissance is maximized by NJIT’s 3-M’s which together are adapting the German dual skills education model to the State’s ecosystem. National and local elected leaders capture why this is important.

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Aug 2015
The success of a university is told through the stories of its alumni, not only through their achievements, but how they give back to their alma mater by serving as ambassadors, joining leadership committees, donating, mentoring and hiring its students. NJIT’s alumni are over 57,000 strong worldwide. Moreover, their degrees are valuable in the workplace:

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Aug 2015
Since 1980, OHIO has fostered a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem for business start-up and technology commercialization by strategically aligning the university’s internal assets with an expanding base of regional partners to create a unified service delivery system of tools and strategies appropriate for success in our rural environment and transferable to other locations.

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Aug 2015
OHIO’s Innovation Strategy Investment Program (ISIP) is a signature strategy, designed to channel special investments into multidisciplinary initiatives that respond to problems of significance to society and in which OHIO has strong capabilities.

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Aug 2015
OHIO’s Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (HCOM) is a leader in training physicians equipped to address the most pervasive medical needs of their communities, the region, state and nation. Founded in 1975, HCOM is the first and only osteopathic medical school in Ohio. Establishing legislation charged us to train family practitioners and “encourage [HCOM] graduates to practice medicine in those areas of the state where the greatest need exists.”

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Aug 2015
Although the Kauffman Foundation developed and promotes GEW, Penn State has taken the concept to a new level. Most of the global partners plan less than five events during GEW, which is held the third week in November. Penn State GEW2014 offered 78 events to over 5,000 people, more than any other U.S. partner. Runner-up, Startup Seattle, held 58 events, and the Washington (State) Department of Commerce developed 52 events.

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