University Research Corridor
Michigan’s University Research Corridor schools — Michigan, Michigan State and Wayne State universities — are cranking out entrepreneurs at twice the national rate of college graduates.
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Michigan’s University Research Corridor generated $15.5 billion in economic impact statewide, exceeded $2 billion in annual research expenditures and awarded more than 31,600 degrees in one year, placing it at or near the top of seven university innovation clusters in the U.S., according to a new Economic Impact Report released Wednesday.
Nearly 200 people learned more about the high-tech future of the auto industry at a WWJ Newsradio 950 business breakfast Thursday morning at Michigan State University’s Management Education Center, produced in cooperation with the Michigan University Research Corridor.
Michigan’s University Research Corridor institutions continue to rank among the top research innovation clusters in the nation in producing the high-tech, high-demand talent required for the 21st century, according to a recent benchmarking report.
DETROIT — Fast-paced economic growth in the health care, computer and engineering sectors, coupled with a shortage of domestic students graduating with degrees in the high-demand science, technology, engineering and math fields, has created a […]
The University Research Corridor program is worth billions to our state. Find out what it is and why it’s working from Mary Sue Coleman, President of University of Michigan; Lou Anna Simon, President of Michigan State University; and Allan Gilmour, President Wayne State University, as Michigan Matters airs highlights from the recent Detroit Economic Club luncheon moderated by Carol Cain.
At the forefront of Michigan’s economic resurgence is the University Research Corridor, an alliance of Michigan’s three largest research institutions — Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University.
The University Research Corridor released a new report today that shows how the information and communication technology industry is a worthy educational investment, offers higher-paying jobs and has potential for more business growth in Michigan.
University Research Corridor seed funding of more than $750,000 will support two major environmental health studies including researchers from all three member institutions: Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University.