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On the subject of economic development - particularly in Michigan's urban centers - the state's biggest research universities (Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, and Wayne State University) published their 10th economic impact report that illustrates the power our own nationally-ranked research cluster has on the state. From the press release:
"Michigan’s University Research Corridor was responsible for $2.15 billion in research and development (R&D) spending in fiscal year 2015, an increase of 53 percent since 2007, according to the 10th Annual Economic Impact & Benchmark Report released Tuesday. The report also notes the URC contributed $16.5 billion to Michigan’s economy, an increase of $3.7 billion since 2007, the year the URC was formed and began benchmarking its impact on the state of Michigan." (Read More)
Disclosure: The University Research Corridor is a client.
Click the link above and take this survey for a Charlotte cultural arts nonprofit that wants to better understand what residents like to do when you visit uptown and the surrounding edge city areas. The survey takes about 15-20 minutes to complete, and you can be entered to win a $250 Visa Gift Card if you complete it.
This will not be used for marketing purposes -- this is a nonprofit that needs better data to make decisions about its programming. Specifically, this is a human design-centered survey that asks primarily questions about what you like to do and how you make decisions.
It looks like someone has created a Van Atta Connector page on wikipedia, but it's in danger of deletion within a few days if it can't be improved:
I was sure that I had read about this before, but on searching the web for good sources, I came up surprisingly dry. Can somebody who follows this stuff edit that page to link out to a source or two, then remove the prime-for-deletion tag?
Thanks in advance.
What's up Shreveport!
My colleagues have been busy putting together this resource on 10 quirks that only Shreveport natives would understand. They seem to think it's hot stuff, so I had to get a second opinion. Check it out and let me know how they did: