Tag Archives: U-I collaboration

UIDP31: Conference in State College, PA

UIDP31 will be co-hosted by Penn State University. Online registration coming soon.

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UIDP30: Tour Details

Enjoy a UIDP30 tour after exploring questions, strategies, opportunities, and success stories focused on university-industry collaborations.

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UIDP30: Conference in College Station, TX

UIDP30 in College Station, TX. Registration coming soon!

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UIDP Bay Area Forum

Join us Dec. 4-5 at the Bay Area Forum for sessions on contemporary issues affecting collaborations between the academic and industry sectors and more.

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Broadening University and Industry Engagement

Join UIDP and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on Dec. 3 for the Broadening University and Industry Engagement Symposium.

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Future of Work: Bose & UMass Workshop

Join us to discuss the Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier at this UMass & Bose workshop.

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11/11/19

The Future of Work: Questions that need answers

By Anthony Boccanfuso On Wednesday morning, I’ll meet with colleagues in Framingham, MA, at the Bose Corporation for our sixth Future of Work at the Human Technology Frontier session in as many weeks. Our goal for this week’s National Science Foundation-sponsored event, and the events leading up to it, is to convene academic, corporate and […]

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10/21/19

The UIDP Event Experience: UIDP Oxford Summit

Fresh, innovative thinking—that’s what attendees take away from a UIDP conference. More than 150 thought leaders convened at Oxford University in July 2019 to network and improve U-I partnerships. Hear from leaders from Oxford, Princeton, Dayal Petroleum, University of Toronto and more on this two-minute video READ MORE

Future of Work: University of Kansas

Join us at the University of Kansas to discuss the Future of Work at the Human-Technology Frontier

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10/15/19

Watch Now: UIDP29 Keynote-Rising Tides: Rethinking Education in an Age of Uncertainty

Jen Gresham, Work for Humanity Whether we’re talking about competing in the global marketplace, preventing dire climate outcomes, or preserving democracy, the qualifications for success have changed. The future’s only certain aspect is its increasing complexity and unpredictability. We face unprecedented challenges that will require individuals and organizations alike to become more adept at innovation […]

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