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NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 7.26.21

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Two Colleges Sign Agreement to Partner On Advanced Manufacturing And Workforce Training

“Clarkson University and Clinton Community College signed a new agreement Tuesday morning extending and expanding a partnership between the two colleges to advance engineering studies and workforce training.”

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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Research Team Receives $1.5M NSF Grant to Establish Research Center for Solid-State Electric Power Storage

“Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Quinn Qiao and a research team from the College of Engineering and Computer Science received a $1.5 million award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and industry members to develop an Industry/University Collaborative Research Center (IUCRC) for solid-state electric power storage with a site at Syracuse University.”

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Work begins on new FWD Center

“The new facility will focus on short-term and accelerated training programs that place individuals in high-demand jobs within advanced manufacturing, information technology, health care, skilled trades apprenticeship, and professional services. It aims to train at least 2,500 students in its first three years of operation. The center is expected to open early 2022.”

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Free Business Ideation and Entrepreneurship Workshop in Plattsburgh

“Point Positive, Inc., in collaboration with Clinton Community College, the North Country Chamber of Commerce, and Clarkson’s Shipley Center for Innovation, will hold a Business Ideation and Entrepreneurship Workshop to help individuals interested in starting their own businesses.”

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Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul comes to Utica, announces $6 million to go to MVCC and SUNY Poly

“Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul came to the Utica/Rome area today to make job announcements and visit downtown revitalization initiative projects. The Lt. governor announced at Mohawk Valley Community College, that the school and SUNY Polytechnic Institute would receive $6 million.”

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