UEDA Summit 2012: Awards of Excellence Presentation

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Colleges and Universities submit their leading edge initiatives to UEDA where the members consider and vote on the awards. The process works as follows.
Colleges and universities nominate their initiatives for a UEDA Award for Excellence over the Web. The UEDA Awards Team selects three to five finalists in each category based on award criteria. The finalists make presentations to the UEDA membership at the annual meeting. UEDA members vote on the final awards.

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UEDA Summit 2012: Awards of Excellence Presentation

  1. 1. Bill MichaleryaPresidentUniversity Economic Development Association
  2. 2. Chris MustainVice PresidentCouncil on Competitiveness
  3. 3. Ed MorrisonAwards of Excellence Committee ChairUniversity Economic Development Association
  4. 4. H. Phillip Paradice, Jr.Regional DirectorEconomic Development Administration
  5. 5. COMMUNITY CONNECTED CAMPUSSkySong – ASU Scottsdale Innovation CenterArizona State UniversityEast Stroudsburg University Innovation CenterEast Stroudsburg University of PennsylvaniaKemper Military School Redevelopment Project: Repurposinghistoric structures, maintaining community valuesUniversity of Missouri University Center for Innovation andEntrepreneurship (UCIE)
  6. 6. Community Connected CampusKemper Military School RedevelopmentProject: Repurposing historicstructures, maintaining communityvaluesUniversity of Missouri University Centerfor Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  7. 7. RESEARCH AND ANALYSISIndiana Community Asset Inventory and Rankings(Part of Indiana’s Statewide Initiative T21)Ball State University Center for Business & Economic ResearchSustainable Economies ProgramIowa State University, CIRASIndiana Toll Road Economic Development Corridor StudyBall State University
  8. 8. Research and AnalysisSustainable Economies ProgramIowa State University, CIRAS
  9. 9. LEADERSHIP AND COLLABORATIONIndiana University Kokomo Regional Transformation InitiativeIndiana University – KokomoEconomic Development Leadership CouncilUniversity of GeorgiaKansas Opportunity Innovation Network (KOIN)Kansas State University / Advanced Manufacturing Institute
  10. 10. Leadership and CollaborationKansas Opportunity InnovationNetwork (KOIN)Kansas State University / AdvancedManufacturing Institute
  11. 11. INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIPLinking Innovation, Industry and Commercialization (LIINC)West Virginia UniversityPASSHE First Annual Student Business Plan CompetitionPennsylvania State System of Higher EducationSmall Enterprise Economic Development (SEED)NYS Small Business Development Center
  12. 12. Innovation & EntrepreneurshipLinking Innovation, Industry andCommercialization (LIINC)West Virginia University
  13. 13. TALENT DEVELOPMENTBackpacks to Briefcases (B2B)NC State UniversityDeveloping Analytics & Operations Research PractitionersLehigh University – Enterprise Systems Center and Industrial &Systems Engineering DepartmentLemonade Day AlaskaUniversity of Alaska Center for Economic Development
  14. 14. Talent DevelopmentDeveloping Analytics & OperationsResearch PractitionersLehigh University – Enterprise SystemsCenter and Industrial & SystemsEngineering Department
  15. 15. JUDGES’ AWARD
  16. 16. Judges’ AwardKansas Opportunity InnovationNetwork (KOIN)Kansas State University / AdvancedManufacturing Institute

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