The University of Iowa College of Engineering Contributions Toward the State of Iowa's Economic Development Initiatives
In recent years, the foundation of the U.S. economy has shifted focus from traditional manufacturing to a knowledge-based economy. The New Economy refers to the competitive environment in which the pace of technology development and commercialization has dramatically accelerated.
The University of Iowa College of Engineering participates energetically in four major Iowa industry clusters with faculty teaching and research excellence, and key College and University research centers, institutes, and laboratories.
New companies, established on Iowa-based research, flourish in a healthy Midwestern business climate. Prospects are strong for those now incubating in the growth-oriented environment of the University's Technology Innovation Center (TIC) and University of Iowa Research Park.
We have created a menu of the many partnership opportunities available for partnering with the College. If there is a specific area about which you want to learn more, please let us know. We would be delighted to explore ways with you that can help expand growth opportunities for your organization through the value of Iowa-based engineering education and research.
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In addition, contact IOWA Centers for Enterprise for assistance. IOWA Centers for Enterprise, Centers for Research & Commercialization, integrate existing economic development activities at The University of Iowa. IOWA Centers for Enterprise offer a comprehensive program that promotes economic development and technology transfer, provides assistance to Iowa startups and existing Iowa businesses and communities, and helps the state of Iowa develop a creative, entrepreneurial workforce. Also, IOWA Centers for Enterprise programs optimize the flow of University intellectual property into opportunities for licensing, commercialization and business development.