Tips to help you get more out of the Series!

Here are a few ways to get more out of the training series!

Don’t watch it alone – share your registration! 

We encourage you to gather with your colleagues in a convenient meeting place and watch these webinars together. This may help you use your learnings to address the contracting issues your organization faces and find solutions.

Leverage UIDP resources in advance.

UIDP provides resources containing strategies on how to address contentious contracting issues. We invite you to review the UIDP Contract Accords in advance of the webinars.

Prepare the questions you seek answers too.

Each webinar will have subject matter experts from leading universities and companies.  We encourage you to take advantage of their knowledge. Develop questions that you seek answers too and submit them during the webinar.

Access the recordings.

As a subscriber to the webinar, you can watch the webinar on-demand to ensure that you get maximum value from your attendance.

Upcoming UIDP Meetings


Upcoming UIDP Webinars

  • 7/22/19
    Sony Research Award Program Webinar (2019)

    UIDP will host an informative webinar about the Sony Research Award Program on Monday, July 22 from 1–1:45pm ET with 20 minutes of presentation and the rest for Q&A from the audience. Learn more about the award program, submission guidelines and application deadlines during Sony’s webinar with Mark Ortiz, the manager of the Strategy & Planning Office for Sony Corporation of America’s U.S. Research Center.

  • 7/24/19
    Propelling U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness through Cybersecurity Innovations (2019)

    During this informational webinar, Drs. Peng Liu and Jingjing Li of Penn State will discuss the focus of the institute, how it will be structured, and how your organization can join us in building a new university/industry collaboration to expand our ability to address evolving cybersecurity threats to greater energy efficiency in manufacturing industries, develop new cybersecurity technologies and methods, and share information and knowledge to the broader community of U.S. manufacturers.