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UT Dallas

UT Dallas

Economic Development Update

July 28, 2021

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One of UT Dallas’ strategic initiatives is to serve as an “Economic Engine for the Region”. As part of this initiative, our division routinely collaborates with local economic development organizations to influence corporate relocations. Read our latest article about how we leverage the University’s workforce pipeline and research opportunities to generate economic development in North Texas.

UT Dallas and five other universities have established the Center for Hardware and Embedded Systems Security and Trust (CHEST), a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded hub for industry research. The UT Dallas CHEST site was funded by a $750,000, five-year NSF grant and opened in 2020. The center also provides opportunities for University faculty and students to conduct research for other federal agencies. So far, UT Dallas researchers have received $705,000 for research projects in the first two years. Read more in the UT Dallas News Center.

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We are happy to fulfill customized data requests for our North Texas economic development partners and to connect your organization with resources and contacts at UT Dallas that could lead to mutual economic development partnerships.

Please reach out to F&ED to learn how your organization can partner with UT Dallas.

An Economic Engine for the Region

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