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Milwaukee, Wis. The first chancellor of research in the history of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee said Friday that UWM is trying to change its image from a university of access to a university of research, and in the process help Milwaukee build a knowledge-based economy.

Abbas Ourmazd, keynote speaker at the MIT Club of Wisconsins 2006 Technology Achievement Awards, appeal......

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Ourmazd believes UWM could play as significant a role in Milwaukees transformation as Georgia Tech University did in Atlantas renaissance. He said there is a direct correlation between the economic growth in Atlanta and research dollars attracted by Georgia Tech. In fact, the universitys R&D growth preceded the citys economic revival, and there now is a seamless pipeline of innov......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 03/13/06


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