Engineering and Technology Management
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Alaa Abun.ijem, Raklunan Gul, Douglas Harms, Shahzada Iqbal, Rami Khalaf, Mohamed Moussa, Gregg Theiss Engineering Management Program, Portland State University, Portland, OR 97207-0751, USA This report is the outcome of a research project conducted by a group of graduate students of the Engineering Management Program of Portland State University, Portland, OR, to fulfill the course requirements of EGMT 520/620. The theme of the research project revolves around the relationship between academia, industry and government over a broad spectrum oftime for adding value to society. The emphasis, however, has been focused on the building of a partnership between the three institutions in the United States and its resulting consequences on society.
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Abunijem, Ala'a; Harms, Doug; Theiss, Gregg; Moussa, Mohamed; Khalaf, Rami; Iqbal, Shahzada; and Gul, Rakhman, "Academia- Industry- Government Partnership for Addition of Value to Society" (2000). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1867.
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