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The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
The Engaged University November 2013
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The Engaged University November 2013

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Major research universities have three missions: teaching, research and engagement. This presentation makes the argument that engagement provides the lens through which to see how universities can …

Major research universities have three missions: teaching, research and engagement. This presentation makes the argument that engagement provides the lens through which to see how universities can transform.

Through engagement, universities can generate new flows of revenues to support both teaching and research. Engagement also provides new opportunities for research and more powerful learning experiences for students.

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  • 1. THE ENGAGED UNIVERSITY SEEING THE 21ST CENTURY UNIVERSITY THROUGH THE ENGAGEMENT LENS ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP PEER EXCHANGE NOVEMBER 20, 2013 Ed Morrison Purdue Center for Regional Development !1
  • 2. THE STARTING POINT SOME DEFINITIONS !2
  • 3. EN.GAGE.MENT COLLABORATIONS TO INCREASE THE FLOW OF RESOURCES BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY AND THE REGIONAL ECONOMY !3
  • 4. THE MOST POWERFUL LENS THROUGH WHICH TO VIEW THE OPPORTUNITIES OF THE 21ST CENTURY UNIVERSITY
  • 5. RESEARCH FOCUS: PASTEUR’S QUADRANT Relevance Is the project applicable to a real world challenge? No Yes Does the project seek to advance Rigor fundamental understanding? No !5 Source:    Stokes,  D.,  Pasteur’s  Quadrant  (1997) Bohr’s Quadrant Yes Pasteur’s Quadrant Edison’s Quadrant
  • 6. THE CONTEXT THE POWER OF NETWORKS !6
  • 7. THE SHIFT: HIERARCHIES TO NETWORKS !7
  • 8. HIERARCHY: STABILITY AND CONTROL !8
  • 9. NETWORKS: ADAPTION AND LEARNING !9
  • 10. OPEN INNOVATION EMERGING !10
  • 11. BIG ISSUES EMERGING !11
  • 12. NEW THINKING EMERGING !12
  • 13. THE REGIONAL ECOSYSTEM UNIVERSITY AS ANCHOR !13
  • 14. SIMPLISTIC NARRATIVES DON’T CUT IT Inputs Outputs Outcomes Faculty Students Graduates Research Dollars Papers Facilities !14 Higher Prosperity Patents
  • 15. THINK IN OPEN SYSTEMS Provides capital and expertise Start-up firms Provides ideas, incubators and smart people Recruits smart people Venture investor and angel networks Accelerates new venture investment Colleges and universities Provides network and mentoring to start-ups Provides R&D partners Recruits and trains smart people Provides investment and generates wealth Provides training support to clusters Skilled talent pool Recruits and supplies smart people Source: Ed Morrison, Purdue Center for Regional Development. Distributed with Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution license Innovating Stage 2 Companies 15
  • 16. EXPLAIN THE REAL DYNAMICS AT WORK
  • 17. “LINK AND LEVERAGE” YOUR ASSETS
  • 18. EXAMPLE: A CLUSTER NARRATIVE Prosperity Productivity Core Team guides development of a strategic agenda Open Innovation Higher educational institution supporting the cluster with education, training and research !18
  • 19. Milwaukee Water Cluster Private Sector CH2MHILL Public Sector • Engineering services Federal Government UNDP DNR Joy Veolia MMSD M7/GMC Environmental Sanitarie • Wastewater treatment design Bioscience Badger Meter Analysis/ Measuring/ Control Pumps/ Valves/ Components • Water heaters Monitoring & Detection WATER Inst. Kohler • Faucets • Materials, coatings, plating • Casting technology DOE CEAS Physics Funds Fluid Power NSF MSOE Foundations Rapid Proto Center EPA NOAA/DOC Greater Milwaukee Foundation International Partners Interior DoD NIH © 2008, Brian D. Thompson, UWM Research Foundation Consumer Products Materials Chem & Biosci Academic Institutions Fall River AO Smith Detection UWM Flygt • pumps • Water meters • Meter reading systems Processing & Treatment Fluid Transport/ Civil & Ind. Engr. School of Freshwater Science Thermo Fisher Scientific AquaSensors • Water reuse & softening • Phosphate & radium removal Treatment/ Processing/ Softening Energy Efficiency Marquette Pentair • Filtering & purification Procorp Water User ITT Advanced Chemical Systems • Ind. wastewater treatment • Intake quality, output quality • Energy consumption Water Council GE • Water treatment equipment Miller Coors Utilities UW-Madison Siemens Great Lakes Water • Water utilities City of Milwaukee Municipalities Bucyrus USDA Funding Agencies World Bank 10/6/08
  • 20. THE INNOVATIONS EXPERIMENTS IN ENGAGEMENT !20
  • 21. START NEW CONVERSATIONS !21
  • 22. VISUALIZE COMPLEX SYSTEMS Innovation Entrepreneurship Networks Brainpower Collaboration Strategic Doing New Narratives !22 Quality, Connected Places
  • 23. USE NEW, SIMPLE MODELS Innovation Knowledge Money Research !23
  • 24. DESIGN NEW ENGAGEMENT PLATFORMS !24
  • 25. CREATING ACTION IN CRUCIBLES OF DOUBT !25
  • 26. LIVING IN COMPLEXITY: WHERE TO START? !26
  • 27. CREATE A PLATFORM FOR NETWORKS !27
  • 28. USE SIMPLICITY TO MANAGE COMPLEXITY !28
  • 29. MAP YOUR COLLABORATIONS Strategy Map for Purdue Fraunhofer Innovation Collaborations FraunhoferPurdue Collaboration Map Innovation Education Innovation Acceleration 3 Undergraduate Graduate 8 College of Technology 1 2 Large firms SME's SME's NIST/MEP 4 Campus-wide Certificate Executive 5 Clusters Technology Harvester 6 Motor Sports Cluster Other Clusters !29 Innovation Policy 9 Technology Infrastructure Collaboration Health Care Government Local PRF Non-destructive Testing 7 Polymers Regional State Industry Federal Innovation Standards & Certification
  • 30. RELENTLESSLY EXPERIMENT !30
  • 31. BUILD TRUST BY DOING !31
  • 32. EVALUATE DIFFERENTLY AND OFTEN !32
  • 33. CHARTING A NEW PATH JOIN OUR GROWING NETWORK PURDUE STRATEGIC DOING WORKSHOPS, 2008-2013 !33
  • 34. Thank You Ed Morrison edmorrison@purdue.edu

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