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United Technologies plans $10 million investment for UConn systems engineering institute
Date:12/4/2013

th the goals of Next Generation Connecticut, the plan to expand educational opportunities, research, and innovation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) over the next decade, and the UConn Tech Park, the investment will be used to recruit and support distinguished faculty and outstanding students. The Institute will establish capability and experience in advanced systems engineering, strengthening UConn's reputation and impact in science and engineering.

"The need to produce high-quality products in a globally competitive economy is dramatically changing the way systems are designed, operationalized, and maintained," said Krishna Pattipati, UConn's UTC Professor of Systems Engineering and the Institute's interim director. "A workforce highly trained in systems engineering can help reduce the cost of product development, speed delivery time and ensure high reliability of complex systems."

UTC and UConn have an 85-year history of working together. Over that time, UTC has hired thousands of UConn engineering graduates, and contributed millions of dollars to develop and support engineering programs at the University, including Pratt & Whitney's additive manufacturing innovation center, which opened earlier this year. UTC has also enabled more than 700 employees to earn degrees from UConn by fully funding continued education through its Employee Scholar Program.


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University of Connecticut
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