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For more than 40 years UEDA has been accruing knowledge, building strategies, implementing successful initiatives and building relationships. In doing so we have built a vast network to promote higher education’s engagement in economic development.
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Our organization brings together international experts on economic development. With that much brain power comes a demand for the most up-to-date information on university-led economic development that we can offer. The document library is a collection of works that brings together years of research and knowledge, resources and best practices for our members to use—and add to—as they work to create economic opportunities in their communities.
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Foundations for Strategy and Practice
This publication is about the roles of institutions of higher education in economic development and engagement with their constituencies. Produced in support of higher education institutions, as represented by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) and the University Economic Development Association (UEDA), the Foundations publication is meant to inspire institutions to reinvent the relevant college or university for the 21st century and to think more comprehensively about how economic development and engagement activities connect to each other and to an institution’s core mission activities.