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Innovation Districts, Part 5: As COVID-19 strikes, innovation districts strike back

By Jessica Rosenberg, Brailsford & Dunlavey   This article is the fifth in a 5-part series. Part 1 offered background on innovation districts—what they are, where they’re located, how colleges and universities relate, how P3s relate, etc. Part 2 featured a Q&A with Brian Darmody, CEO of the Association for University Research Parks. Part 3 …

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Innovation Districts, Part 4: Which school will lead us into a sustainable future? Maybe yours. An interview with scholar Dr. Jane Talkington

This article is the fourth in a 5-part series. Part 1 offers background on innovation districts—what they are, where they’re located, how colleges and universities relate, how P3s relate, etc. Part 2 features a Q&A with Brian Darmody, CEO of the Association for University Research Parks. Part 3 looks at why schools might want to …

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Innovation Districts, Part 3: Should your school build one?

By Jessica Rosenberg, Brailsford & Dunlavey   This article is the third in a 5-part series. Part 1 offers background on innovation districts—what they are, where they’re located, how colleges and universities relate, how P3s relate, etc. Part 2 features a Q&A with Brian Darmody, CEO of the Association of University Research Parks. Part 4 …

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Innovation Districts, Part 2: Interview with Brian Darmody, CEO of the Association of University Research Parks

By Jessica Rosenberg, Brailsford & Dunlavey   Brian Darmody is the CEO of the Association of University Research Parks (AURP), and the Associate Vice President for Corporate Engagement at the University of Maryland. A 37-year administrator, Darmody is a respected and well-known champion of research parks and innovation districts. AURP is a nonprofit, international professional …

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Innovation Districts, Part 1: What and where are they? What role do P3s play in their development?

By Jessica Rosenberg, Brailsford & Dunlavey   This article is the first in a 5-part series. It offers background on innovation districts—what they are, where they’re located, how universities relate, how P3s relate, etc. Part 2 features a Q&A with Brian Darmody, CEO of the Association of University Research Parks. Part 3 looks at why …

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University of Delaware’s STAR Campus—A Model Innovation Community

By Kendra Chatburn; cover photo courtesy of SmithGroup   Universities are finding ways to advance their mission, bring in revenue, and transform their campuses by partnering with companies, investors, and developers in a variety of ways. One such example is  the Science, Technology, and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus development at the University of Delaware (UD). …

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Thinking Innovatively About Athletics Facilities Partnerships (Part 1)

By Andrew Lieber, Assistant Project Manager, Brailsford & Dunlavey. Bio below. This article is Part 1 of a 2-part series. Part 1 is about concept insights; Part 2 is about process insights.   I am not saying anything earth-shattering when I say that collegiate athletics departments of all sizes are financially and/or spatially challenged. Across the …

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