MSU Joins Midwest Network Ensuring Success of U.S. Semiconductor and Microelectronics Supply Chain
Michigan State University has joined 11 other colleges and universities from Michigan, Indiana and Ohio to address national priorities for semiconductor and microelectronics research, education and workforce development.
As part of the network of schools, MSU will collaborate with the other institutions to innovate ways to bring the semiconductor and microelectronics supply chain to the Midwest and expand supply chain ecosystems through groundbreaking research and developing top talent.
“Michigan State’s research and talent development assets position us well to foster this crucial industry here at home,” said MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. “With our Midwest partner schools, we will help create technology jobs, strengthen our regional economies and amplify our nation’s manufacturing competitiveness.”
Comprising the Midwest Regional Network to Address Needs in Semiconductor and Microelectronics are:
- Case Western Reserve University
- Columbus State Community College
- Lorain County Community College
- Purdue University
- Sinclair Community College
- The Ohio State University
- University of Cincinnati
- University of Dayton
- University of Michigan
- University of Notre Dame
- Wright State University
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