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Title: Keeping Ahead of the Future: A Blueprint of the Institute for the Advancement of Science and Engineering (IASE)
Authors: Neuhauser, Claudia
Berman, Judith
Dahlberg, Daniel
Ebner, Timothy J.
Ekker, Stephen C.
Goodge, John
Gunnar, Megan
Kumar, Vipin
Longmire, Ellen
Mantell, Susan
McGue, Matthew
Paller, Mark S.
Phillips, Ronald
Siegel, Ronald
Sotiropoulos, Fotis
Young, Nevin
Himes, Katherine
Keywords: research
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2007
Publisher: University of MInnesota: Provost's Advisory Committee for the Advancement of Science and Engineering
Abstract: The Institute for the Advancement of Science and Engineering will be a system-wide, premier research institute dedicated to contributing knowledge and providing solutions to great challenges that require multidisciplinary approaches across the sciences and engineering. It will establish the University of Minnesota as a leader in interdisciplinary research at the intersection of biological, chemical, physical, engineering, and computational sciences. The hallmarks of this institute are excellence, faculty engagement, and focused investments to maximize the impact of the Institute.
Description: Document describing the establishment of a centralized research institution on campus that will promote a more multidisciplinary approach to research, which will allow the University to reach it's goal of becoming a top research institution.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/5705
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