"Indiana University: Essential to Indiana's New Economy"
An Economic Development Conference
On December 10, 2002, Indiana University president Myles Brand, Indiana Lieutenant Governor Joseph E. Kernan and David Goodrich, president of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, joined with IU faculty and others to discuss their organizations' roles in state economic development.
The day-long conference attracted close to 100 business, community and government leaders and provided the latest information about the university's role in the state's economy, in life sciences and in information technology. The conference took place at the University Place Conference Center at IUPUI.
Each presentation can be heard by clicking the appropriate link below.
- Welcome And Opening Remarks By Myles Brand - President, Indiana University
- Genomics - And All That It Means - Ora Hirsch Pescovitz, Executive Dean for Research Affairs, Indiana University School of Medicine
- The Future Of The School Of Medicine And Life Sciences - D. Craig Brater, Dean and Walter J. Daly Professor, Indiana University School of Medicine
- A Unique Partnership - The Indiana Proteomics Consortium - John G. R. Hurrell, President, Indiana Proteomics Consortium
- IT And Its Impact - Michael McRobbie, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, Indiana University
- The Respective Roles In Economic Development - Myles Brand, President, Indiana University and Joseph E. Kernan, Lieutenant Governor, State of Indiana and David Goodrich, President, Central Indiana Corporate Partnership (CICP) and Gerry Dick, Panel Moderator
- Informatics' Success Story - Darrell Bailey, Executive Associate Dean, Indiana University School of Informatics
- The Role And Status Of IU's Incubator - Mark Long, President and Chief Executive Officer, Indiana University's Advanced Research and Technology Institute (ARTI)