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Princeton entrepreneur partners with USI to bring design to life
This summer, USI’s Center for Applied Research and Economic Development (CARED) partnered with local entrepreneur, Adam Hudson, to turn an idea into reality. Using a 3D printer at USI’s Applied Engineering Center, Hudson, president of Hudson Satellite Positioning Corporation in Princeton, Indiana, was able to turn a new design concept into a three-dimensional prototype. Read more...
Local university faculty will explore the best of Tri-state businesses August 14
Faculty and staff members from the University of Southern Indiana, Ivy Tech Community College, Vincennes University and the University of Evansville will meet on Thursday, August 14 for the 10th Annual Day on the Bus event. Sponsored by Old National Bank and organized by USI’sCenter for Applied Research and Economic Development (CARED), the event provides educators with an insider’s view of regional businesses. Read more...
The Center for Apllied Research and Economic Development (CARED) is the front door that connects your needs with university resources. With over 600 faculty, 4 colleges, and 70 academic programs at its disposal, CARED connects you with the appropriate university resources to meet your needs. CARED is committed to helping individuals, organizations, and communities throughout the region.
“The relationship with USI got us exactly what we needed. We are a small company. We cannot afford the type of lab we need to do these experiments. USI was the perfect venue. It couldn’t have been better for us.”
Mike Schiele, chief executive officer and chair of the board of Vigo Coal Company and chair of its related company Carbo Prill