An Introduction to
    Open Source
Workforce Development
 Thriving on the New Economic and Workforce
             Developm...
Critical tasks for today...and every week hereafter
Critical tasks for today...and every week hereafter


   1. Introduce yourself to one person you do not
      know

   2. ...
• Exercise: Asset Mapping
• Story of the Transformation
• Speed Networking Break
• Brainpower Strategy Maps
• Stories of T...
Focus first on our personal networks
    that help you get stuff done
Focus first on our personal networks
         that help you get stuff done

Name three people with whom you collaborate reg...
Focus first on our personal networks
         that help you get stuff done

Name three people with whom you collaborate reg...
Focus first on our personal networks
         that help you get stuff done

Name three people with whom you collaborate reg...
Now start drawing your personal network
Now start drawing your personal network

                   John
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         Me

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Some key take-aways
Some key take-aways

  People are not just people...they are
     nodes in a series of networks

These networks are big an...
Which region is stronger?




                                    Social Network Map
                                     ...
Which region is stronger?




                                    Social Network Map
                                     ...
• Exercise: Asset Mapping
• Story of the Transformation
• Speed Networking Break
• Brainpower Strategy Maps
• Stories of T...
Economic Development in an Nutshell
         Good Money: Increase the volume of
   1     income into the region with compe...
Economic Development in an Nutshell
         Good Money: Increase the volume of
   1     income into the region with compe...
Economic Development in an Nutshell
         Good Money: Increase the volume of
   1     income into the region with compe...
Economic Development in an Nutshell
         Good Money: Increase the volume of
   1     income into the region with compe...
Strap on your goggles...

Our story begins with the emergence of our
          Grandfather’s economy
Our story begins with innovation
   in our Grandfather’s Economy




Coal Dumper, shores of Lake Erie, 1897
Our grandfather’s economy
 created a lot of wealth




                            13
Our grandfather’s economy
 created a lot of wealth




                            13
The S-Curve caught up to our
   grandfather’s economy

                         •Global
                         markets
 ...
Collapsing costs undercut our Grandfather’s economy
Collapsing costs undercut our Grandfather’s economy
Collapsing costs undercut our Grandfather’s economy
Collapsing costs undercut our Grandfather’s economy
The Internet exploded
The Internet exploded



            Netscape
         invents the web
             browser
Drucker saw the new S-Curve


Every few hundred years in Western history,
there occurs a sharp transformation.

 Peter Dru...
A New S-Curve is Emerging




                        We are here

Prosperity




              Time
Our Grandchildren’s Economy:
 A New S-Curve is Emerging
Our Grandchildren’s economy is emerging
   with wealth created by networks...

                Granchildren's economy: Wea...
Our Challenge: Find pathways to our
                  Grandchildren’s economy...
               Linking and leveraging our...
Economies: Networks embedded in other networks


                    Economies are not just
                    metaphoric...
What’s the power of a network?
What’s the value of one cell phone?
What’s the value of ten cell phones?
We need a new base map
for our Grandchildren’s economy
Innovation: the “engine of change” behind
  Open Source Economic Development
• Exercise: Asset Mapping
• Story of the Transformation
• Speed Networking Break
• Brainpower Strategy Maps
• Stories of T...
Critical tasks for today...and every week hereafter


   1. Introduce yourself to one person you do not
      know

   2. ...
• Exercise: Asset Mapping
• Story of the Transformation
• Speed Networking Break
• Brainpower Strategy Maps
• Stories of T...
We need a new base map
for our Grandchildren’s economy
Strategies involve
     linking and
leveraging assets in
         five
 “asset networks”:

1.Brainpower
2.Innovation
3.Qual...
Finding the New Pathways:
Workforce Leadership in the Age of Networks

         Brainpower                                ...
Finding the New Pathways:
Workforce Leadership in the Age of Networks

         Brainpower                                ...
Here’s a simple definition of Brainpower
Here’s a simple definition of Brainpower


     Workforce development coordinates the
     development and delivery of brai...
Our Starting Point: Our Grandfather’s pathways
      are too rigid, too simple or wrong



 K through                     ...
Our Starting Point: Our Grandfather’s pathways
      are too rigid, too simple or wrong



 K through                     ...
Here’s a new Brainpower base map


                    Certificates

Pre-    K through    2 years      Careers
 K          ...
Old, rigid thinking produces too many people
                 below the line.

                     Certificates

  Pre-   ...
Old, rigid thinking produces too many people
                 below the line.

                     Certificates

  Pre-   ...
Remember our starting point: Overcoming some
 potent myths from our Grandfather’s economy


             The Smart Ones


...
The world is far more complex...
If you drop out of high school, you are
   saying good-bye to about $300,000
If you get yourself into trouble with no
    high school diploma, you’re stuck
Once you get into trouble, even
getting a low paying job is tough
If you do not have a career plan,
chances are you’ll get a low wage job
If you do not get more education, you
     will become the working poor
Once you are in the working poor, you
  will have a tough time getting out
Nearly half of new job openings will be
          “middle skill” jobs
Large segments of the career cycle are
        ready for retirements
Commonly, employers under-invest in
            training
70%+ of jobs are above the line
60%-70% of students fall below
Here’s what the workforce system looks like

 Youth 14-18                          On the Job and
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   education                  P-20 councils
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Resources you can use to start the conversation

             Two Million Minutes
         http://www.2mminutes.com/

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• Exercise: Asset Mapping
• Story of the Transformation
• Speed Networking Break
• Brainpower Strategy Maps
• Stories of T...
Purdue Guitar Summer Camp
New Tech High
                                      Rochester
                                  Fulton County, IN

      T...
Milwaukee 7 Water Council
Milwaukee 7 Water Council
Economic Development




Source: Adapted from “Regions, Industries, and the University Role in Economic
Development,” Rich...
Economic Development




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  1. 1. An Introduction to Open Source Workforce Development Thriving on the New Economic and Workforce Development Frontier November 19-20 , 2008 Ed Morrison Purdue Center for Regional Development I-Open
  2. 2. Critical tasks for today...and every week hereafter
  3. 3. Critical tasks for today...and every week hereafter 1. Introduce yourself to one person you do not know 2. Plan one extended conversation to follow-up 3. Close one triangle with an e-mail introduction
  4. 4. • Exercise: Asset Mapping • Story of the Transformation • Speed Networking Break • Brainpower Strategy Maps • Stories of Transformation • New Regional Leaders • Exercise: Evaluating Your Current Process • Strategic Doing Overview
  5. 5. Focus first on our personal networks that help you get stuff done
  6. 6. Focus first on our personal networks that help you get stuff done Name three people with whom you collaborate regularly
  7. 7. Focus first on our personal networks that help you get stuff done Name three people with whom you collaborate regularly Name up to three people to whom you would go for advice when you run into a difficult challenge
  8. 8. Focus first on our personal networks that help you get stuff done Name three people with whom you collaborate regularly Name up to three people to whom you would go for advice when you run into a difficult challenge Name up to three people to whom you give advice
  9. 9. Now start drawing your personal network
  10. 10. Now start drawing your personal network John M Me Jan H Bill J Beth L
  11. 11. Some key take-aways
  12. 12. Some key take-aways People are not just people...they are nodes in a series of networks These networks are big and they touch a lot of assets If we could figure out a way to connect and align these networks, we’d create a lot of new oppportunities
  13. 13. Which region is stronger? Social Network Map of the Southwest Regional Leadership Forum University of Evansville March 17, 2006 Presented by the Indiana Humaniteis Council
  14. 14. Which region is stronger? Social Network Map of the Southwest Regional Leadership Forum University of Evansville March 17, 2006 Presented by the Indiana Humaniteis Council
  15. 15. • Exercise: Asset Mapping • Story of the Transformation • Speed Networking Break • Brainpower Strategy Maps • Stories of Transformation • New Regional Leaders • Exercise: Evaluating Your Current Process • Strategic Doing Overview
  16. 16. Economic Development in an Nutshell Good Money: Increase the volume of 1 income into the region with competitive traded businesses Rest of the Neutral Money: Increase the velocity World 2 of money circulating in the region with local businesses to create more jobs 1 3 Bad Money: Reduce income leaks Sales by reducing outside purchases, workers who move out, and students who drop out Traded Another Businesses region 2 Purchases and paychecks Brain Drain and Purchases Local Businesses 3 Your eco Drop Outs nomy Dependency Source: Ed Morrison, David Morganthaler
  17. 17. Economic Development in an Nutshell Good Money: Increase the volume of 1 income into the region with competitive traded businesses Rest of the Neutral Money: Increase the velocity World 2 of money circulating in the region with local businesses to create more jobs 1 3 Bad Money: Reduce income leaks Sales by reducing outside purchases, workers who move out, and students who drop out Traded Another Businesses region 2 Purchases and paychecks Brain Drain and Purchases Local Businesses 3 Your eco Drop Outs nomy Dependency Source: Ed Morrison, David Morganthaler
  18. 18. Economic Development in an Nutshell Good Money: Increase the volume of 1 income into the region with competitive traded businesses Rest of the Neutral Money: Increase the velocity World 2 of money circulating in the region with local businesses to create more jobs 1 3 Bad Money: Reduce income leaks Sales by reducing outside purchases, workers who move out, and students who drop out Traded Another Businesses region 2 Purchases and paychecks Brain Drain and Purchases Local Businesses 3 Your eco Drop Outs nomy Dependency Source: Ed Morrison, David Morganthaler
  19. 19. Economic Development in an Nutshell Good Money: Increase the volume of 1 income into the region with competitive traded businesses Rest of the Neutral Money: Increase the velocity World 2 of money circulating in the region with local businesses to create more jobs 1 3 Bad Money: Reduce income leaks Sales by reducing outside purchases, workers who move out, and students who drop out Traded Another Businesses region 2 Purchases and paychecks Brain Drain and Purchases Local Businesses 3 Your eco Drop Outs nomy Dependency Source: Ed Morrison, David Morganthaler
  20. 20. Strap on your goggles... Our story begins with the emergence of our Grandfather’s economy
  21. 21. Our story begins with innovation in our Grandfather’s Economy Coal Dumper, shores of Lake Erie, 1897
  22. 22. Our grandfather’s economy created a lot of wealth 13
  23. 23. Our grandfather’s economy created a lot of wealth 13
  24. 24. The S-Curve caught up to our grandfather’s economy •Global markets integrated •Costs collapsed •The Internet exploded
  25. 25. Collapsing costs undercut our Grandfather’s economy
  26. 26. Collapsing costs undercut our Grandfather’s economy
  27. 27. Collapsing costs undercut our Grandfather’s economy
  28. 28. Collapsing costs undercut our Grandfather’s economy
  29. 29. The Internet exploded
  30. 30. The Internet exploded Netscape invents the web browser
  31. 31. Drucker saw the new S-Curve Every few hundred years in Western history, there occurs a sharp transformation. Peter Drucker, The New Realities (1989)
  32. 32. A New S-Curve is Emerging We are here Prosperity Time
  33. 33. Our Grandchildren’s Economy: A New S-Curve is Emerging
  34. 34. Our Grandchildren’s economy is emerging with wealth created by networks... Granchildren's economy: Wealth driven by network business models We are here Prosperity Grandfather's economy: Wealth driven by vertical business models Time
  35. 35. Our Challenge: Find pathways to our Grandchildren’s economy... Linking and leveraging our assets Source: Ed Morrison
  36. 36. Economies: Networks embedded in other networks Economies are not just metaphorically like open systems; they literally and physically are a member of the universal class of open systems. Eric Beinhocker, The Origin of Wealth (2006)
  37. 37. What’s the power of a network? What’s the value of one cell phone? What’s the value of ten cell phones?
  38. 38. We need a new base map for our Grandchildren’s economy
  39. 39. Innovation: the “engine of change” behind Open Source Economic Development
  40. 40. • Exercise: Asset Mapping • Story of the Transformation • Speed Networking Break • Brainpower Strategy Maps • Stories of Transformation • New Regional Leaders • Exercise: Evaluating Your Current Process • Strategic Doing Overview
  41. 41. Critical tasks for today...and every week hereafter 1. Introduce yourself to one person you do not know 2. Plan one extended (“deeper”) conversation 3. Close one triangle with an e-mail introduction
  42. 42. • Exercise: Asset Mapping • Story of the Transformation • Speed Networking Break • Brainpower Strategy Maps • Stories of Transformation • New Regional Leaders • Exercise: Evaluating Your Current Process • Strategic Doing Overview
  43. 43. We need a new base map for our Grandchildren’s economy
  44. 44. Strategies involve linking and leveraging assets in five “asset networks”: 1.Brainpower 2.Innovation 3.Quality places 4.Branding 5.Civic Collaboration
  45. 45. Finding the New Pathways: Workforce Leadership in the Age of Networks Brainpower Innovation 21 Century Talent Entrepreneurship Networks Civic Collaboration Quality, Connected Branding Places Experiences
  46. 46. Finding the New Pathways: Workforce Leadership in the Age of Networks Brainpower Innovation 21 Century Talent Entrepreneurship Networks Civic Collaboration Quality, Connected Branding Places Experiences
  47. 47. Here’s a simple definition of Brainpower
  48. 48. Here’s a simple definition of Brainpower Workforce development coordinates the development and delivery of brainpower to competitive companies We are running out of brainpower to drive high growth, high income businesses
  49. 49. Our Starting Point: Our Grandfather’s pathways are too rigid, too simple or wrong K through One 12 Career K through 4 Years of One 12 College Career
  50. 50. Our Starting Point: Our Grandfather’s pathways are too rigid, too simple or wrong K through One 12 Career K through 4 Years of One 12 College Career
  51. 51. Here’s a new Brainpower base map Certificates Pre- K through 2 years Careers K 12 4 years $10.00 per hour Entry level Dependency Cycle Working poor
  52. 52. Old, rigid thinking produces too many people below the line. Certificates Pre- K through 2 years Careers K 12 4 years $10.00 per hour Entry level Dependency Cycle Working poor
  53. 53. Old, rigid thinking produces too many people below the line. Certificates Pre- K through 2 years Careers K 12 4 years $10.00 per hour Entry level Dependency Cycle Working poor
  54. 54. Remember our starting point: Overcoming some potent myths from our Grandfather’s economy The Smart Ones The Not So Smart Ones
  55. 55. The world is far more complex...
  56. 56. If you drop out of high school, you are saying good-bye to about $300,000
  57. 57. If you get yourself into trouble with no high school diploma, you’re stuck
  58. 58. Once you get into trouble, even getting a low paying job is tough
  59. 59. If you do not have a career plan, chances are you’ll get a low wage job
  60. 60. If you do not get more education, you will become the working poor
  61. 61. Once you are in the working poor, you will have a tough time getting out
  62. 62. Nearly half of new job openings will be “middle skill” jobs
  63. 63. Large segments of the career cycle are ready for retirements
  64. 64. Commonly, employers under-invest in training
  65. 65. 70%+ of jobs are above the line 60%-70% of students fall below
  66. 66. Here’s what the workforce system looks like Youth 14-18 On the Job and Customized Training Youth State Incumbent Council Worker Training Youth 19-21 Ex-Offenders One Stops Dislocated Adults 18+ ITA Vouchers Workers
  67. 67. entrepreneurship education P-20 councils career academies workplace certifications STEM education green collar certificate Project Lead the Way high school redesign dropout prevention New Tech High Communities in Schools cluster based initiatives work readiness certificates Work Keys
  68. 68. Resources you can use to start the conversation Two Million Minutes http://www.2mminutes.com/ Education in 08 http://www.edin08.com/
  69. 69. • Exercise: Asset Mapping • Story of the Transformation • Speed Networking Break • Brainpower Strategy Maps • Stories of Transformation • New Regional Leaders • Exercise: Evaluating Your Current Process • Strategic Doing Overview
  70. 70. Purdue Guitar Summer Camp
  71. 71. New Tech High Rochester Fulton County, IN The 23,000 Indiana high school students in the Class of 2008 who did not graduate will cost Indiana $5.9 billion in potential lifetime earnings Rochester Schools Center for Excellence in Leadership of Learning University of Indianapolis New Tech High Foundation IndianaWIRED
  72. 72. Milwaukee 7 Water Council
  73. 73. Milwaukee 7 Water Council
  74. 74. Economic Development Source: Adapted from “Regions, Industries, and the University Role in Economic Development,” Richard K. Lester, NASULGC Annual Meeting, 2007 © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 57 10/6/08
  75. 75. Economic Development Source: Adapted from “Regions, Industries, and the University Role in Economic Development,” Richard K. Lester, NASULGC Annual Meeting, 2007 © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 57 10/6/08
  76. 76. Economic Development Economic Type IV Development Upgrading of Mature Continuum Type III Industry Diversification of Existing Industry Type II Transplanting Industries Type I Creating New Industries Source: Adapted from “Regions, Industries, and the University Role in Economic Development,” Richard K. Lester, NASULGC Annual Meeting, 2007 © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 57 10/6/08
  77. 77. Economic Development Economic Type IV Development Upgrading of Mature Continuum Type III Industry Diversification of Existing Industry Type II Transplanting Industries Type I Creating New Industries Education Discovery University Capabilities Commercialization Source: Adapted from “Regions, Industries, and the University Role in Economic Development,” Richard K. Lester, NASULGC Annual Meeting, 2007 © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 57 10/6/08
  78. 78. Economic Development Economic Type IV Development Upgrading of Mature Continuum Type III Industry Diversification of • BS/MS Existing Industry Engineers Type II • Educating Transplanting manpower Industries • Responsive Type I curricula Creating New Industries • PhD’s scientists Education Discovery University Capabilities Commercialization Source: Adapted from “Regions, Industries, and the University Role in Economic Development,” Richard K. Lester, NASULGC Annual Meeting, 2007 © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 57 10/6/08
  79. 79. Economic Development Economic Type IV Development Upgrading of Mature Continuum Type III Industry Diversification of • BS/MS Existing Industry Engineers Type II • Educating • Faculty Transplanting manpower consulting Industries • Responsive Type I curricula • Technical Creating New assistance Industries • PhD’s scientists • Cutting edge research Education Discovery University Capabilities Commercialization Source: Adapted from “Regions, Industries, and the University Role in Economic Development,” Richard K. Lester, NASULGC Annual Meeting, 2007 © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 57 10/6/08
  80. 80. Economic Development Economic Type IV Development Upgrading of Mature Continuum Type III Industry Diversification of • BS/MS Existing Industry Engineers Type II • Educating • Faculty Transplanting manpower consulting Industries • Responsive • Industry Type I curricula • Technical consortia Creating New assistance Industries • PhD’s scientists • Facilitating links • Cutting edge with startups research Education • Pro-active tech Discovery transfer University • Business Capabilities incubation Commercialization Source: Adapted from “Regions, Industries, and the University Role in Economic Development,” Richard K. Lester, NASULGC Annual Meeting, 2007 © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 57 10/6/08
  81. 81. Regional Corporate Partnering © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 58 10/6/08
  82. 82. Regional Corporate Partnering Healthcare Informatics Biochemistry & Drug Discovery Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices Advanced Materials Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 58 10/6/08
  83. 83. Regional Corporate Partnering Regional Advanced Opportunities Manufacturing Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Healthcare Informatics Biochemistry & Drug Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices Advanced Materials Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 58 10/6/08
  84. 84. Regional Corporate Partnering Regional Advanced Opportunities Manufacturing Children’s Hospital Biomedical Johnson Engineering Rockwell Healthcare Controls Automation City of MCW Milwaukee Health Dept. Harley- Metal Aurora GE Healthcare Davidson Processing Health Care Industry Informatics Blood Center & Software MATC Healthcare Of Wisconsin Startups Informatics Early Stage & Startups Quad Graphics Biochemistry & Drug Discovery Water/ Red Prairie M7/GMC Environment Cell & Molecular MSOE Biology Procorp Neurosciences Veolia Enterprises Environment Pentair Badger UWM Medical Imaging Meter Strengths Sensors & Devices Advanced Materials Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 58 10/6/08
  85. 85. UWM Research Regional Advanced Opportunities Manufacturing Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Healthcare Informatics Biochemistry & Drug Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices Advanced Materials Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  86. 86. UWM Research Regional Advanced Opportunities Manufacturing Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Healthcare Informatics Biochemistry & Drug Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices UWM Total Extramural Advanced Materials Research Awards $33 M Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  87. 87. UWM Research Regional Advanced Opportunities Manufacturing Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Physics Healthcare $5 M Informatics Biochemistry & Drug Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices UWM Total Extramural Advanced Materials Research Awards $33 M Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  88. 88. UWM Research Regional Advanced Opportunities Chem & Manufacturing Biochem $4 M Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Physics Healthcare $5 M Informatics Biochemistry & Drug Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices UWM Total Extramural Advanced Materials Research Awards $33 M Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  89. 89. UWM Research Regional Advanced Opportunities Chem & Manufacturing Biochem $4 M Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Engr $2.8 M Physics Healthcare $5 M Informatics Biochemistry & Drug Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices UWM Total Extramural Advanced Materials Research Awards $33 M Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  90. 90. UWM Research Regional Advanced Opportunities Chem & Manufacturing Biochem $4 M Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Engr $2.8 M Physics Healthcare Water $5 M Informatics Inst. Biochemistry & Drug $4 M Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices UWM Total Extramural Advanced Materials Research Awards $33 M Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  91. 91. UWM Research Regional Advanced Opportunities Chem & Manufacturing Biochem $4 M Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Engr $2.8 M Psych $1.4 M Physics Healthcare Water $5 M Informatics Inst. Biochemistry & Drug $4 M Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices UWM Total Extramural Advanced Materials Research Awards $33 M Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  92. 92. UWM Research Regional Advanced Nursing Opportunities $3 M Chem & Manufacturing Biochem $4 M Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Engr $2.8 M Psych $1.4 M Physics Healthcare Water $5 M Informatics Inst. Biochemistry & Drug $4 M Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices UWM Total Extramural Advanced Materials Research Awards $33 M Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  93. 93. UWM Research Regional Advanced Nursing Opportunities $3 M Chem & Manufacturing Biochem $4 M Biomedical Engineering Healthcare Engr $2.8 M Psych Health $1.4 M Sciences $2.5 M Physics Healthcare Water $5 M Informatics Inst. Biochemistry & Drug $4 M Discovery Water/ Environment Cell & Molecular Biology Neurosciences Environment UWM Medical Imaging Strengths Sensors & Devices UWM Total Extramural Advanced Materials Research Awards $33 M Computer Science & Manufacturing Informatics © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 59 10/6/08
  94. 94. Water, Water, Water, … © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 60 10/6/08
  95. 95. Water, Water, Water, … © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 60 10/6/08
  96. 96. Water, Water, Water, … Public Sector Federal UNDP Government DNR MMSD M7/GMC City of Milwaukee Municipalities © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 60 10/6/08
  97. 97. Water, Water, Water, … Public Sector Federal UNDP Government DNR MMSD M7/GMC City of Milwaukee Water Council Municipalities © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation 60 10/6/08
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