A recent University study highlighted the importance of immigration to Minnesota's future economic prosperity.
UED’s Maura Donovan and the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce’s Bill Blazar explain what data collected during a recent U of M study can tell us about Minnesota’s future workforce needs.
The Economic Development Fellows Consulting Program, led by UED with partnership from the U's Graduate School, gives students an opportunity to consult for Minnesota businesses.
A new U of M report, commissioned in part by UED, suggests Minnesota leans heavily on immigrants when it comes to growth of the workforce, overall population, and the economy.
Maura Donovan, director of University Economic Development, will be among the U of M experts speaking at the Worthington Bioscience Conference, which runs April 6–7.
Through a UED-led program, graduate student consultants are helping Minneapolis startup Aucta Technologies develop noninvasive nerve stimulation technology to regulate appetite and treat inflammatory diseases.
The editorial board of the Star Tribune recently highlighted key takeaways from a study, supported by UED, that shows the importance of immigration to Minnesota’s workforce and prosperity.
The University's research enterprise saw great strides in economic development efforts during fiscal year 2016.