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Lilly Endowment grants almost $26 million to Purdue Discovery Park

ommerce, supply chain, management, operations, product lifecycle control, customer service and data security can be modeled, analyzed and made more efficient.

Working with Purdue's industrial and government partners, the center will be an interactive test bed that will combine computer models with human behavior at various levels (from strategy formulation to operations management) in a real-world environment.

A key component will be the design and development of computer security tools.

"This center is only fitting for Purdue, which started the nation's first computer science program," Jischke said. "Purdue now produces more information technology graduates majors in computer sciences, computer engineering, computer technology, computer graphics technology and the management of information systems than any university in the nation."

Center for Entrepreneurship:

The center for entrepreneurship will nurture the entrepreneurial spirit of Purdue faculty and students. It will be the home of:

* The Technology Transfer Initiative, which will research issues industry encounters when trying to license and market new technologies and products. It also will help faculty design courses to teach entrepreneurship.

* The Purdue Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) program, in which undergraduates work with community service agencies to find ways to use technology to solve problems and improve services.

* The Burton D. Morgan Entrepreneurial Competition, in which engineering and management students work together to demonstrate their ideas for new products or services and show how they could be developed into profitable businesses.

* The Innovation Realization Lab, which pairs engineering and management graduate students on projects to help them understand the way research fits in with social and commercial needs.

* Forums where graduating students can present business plans to busine
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Contact: Jeanne Norberg
jnorberg@purdue.edu
765-494-2084
Purdue University
25-Oct-2001


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