University City Science Center 2018-2019 Impact Report
Posted by University City Science Center on June 25, 2019
When the Science Center was established over 55 years ago, the original five nonprofit shareholders focused on creating a place for innovators to convene and collaborate to advance science and technology-based economic development.
Today the Science Center has 31 shareholders and as the needs of entrepreneurs have evolved over the last half century, so have our offerings. Yet our mission of supporting science and tech-based economic development remains steadfast and reflects our capacity to meet the needs of today’s entrepreneurs.
And, as this 2018-2019 Impact Report illustrates, we are accomplishing this mission in three ways: programming that supports commercialization, convening the innovation community, and cultivating the STEM talent pipeline. We invite you to join us as we write the next chapter of the Science Center’s legacy.
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