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Additional universities sign on to collaborate on national security

Jun 7, 2017, 07:00 PM

In the past two years, 10 universities have signed Master Collaboration Agreements (MCA) to facilitate closer collaboration on research and development of new technology to meet national security needs. Most recently Pitt State, University of Arkansas and Missouri University-Columbia held signing ceremonies where Honeywell leaders and University faculty to signify the growing partnerships. This growing consortium of academia greatly benefits all parties by helping to support an innovative research educational environment for tomorrow's employees and meet important national security needs

Universit of Arkansas signing ceremony
 
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