Go Nowhere Without a Partner
Published 2020SCUP 2020 North Central Regional Conference.
This session will demonstrate how to meet complex needs for economic mobility and the workforce through several diverse partnerships. You’ll learn about various sources you can use to achieve successful project results—city capital and operational money, voters, private sector— as well as how you can nurture your campus and community partnerships for the long term.
Planning for Higher Education Journal
Toward Commercializing University Research in the Caribbean
Creating a Science and Technology Park Model
From Volume 47 Number 4 | July–September 2019
STPs can boost declining economies by reaping profits from innovations and products created through university research. Yet given the capital and time investment for a project to be viable, The University of the West Indies should gain commitment from all constituents—especially regional governments and the private sector—prior to beginning development.
ABCs of PPPs
Presentation about Public-Private Partnerships (P3) including how they work, when to use them, and a number of case studies.
Why and What it Looks Like
A case study of an academic and residential complex at University of Illinois-Chicago, and plans for future multi-use center.
P3 for Private Institutions
Examine a number of cases where Butler University (a private institution) leveraged relationships with public and private partners to provide value to students and the greater community.
Not Just Student Housing: The Next Step to Private-Public Partnerships
With [P3s] potential to provide greater financial options to universities and, in some instances, social and economic revitalization to their surrounding communities, public-private partnerships will continue to gain greater acceptance.
Partner: Learning by Design