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* The Manufacturing Engineering Education Foundation of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers provided $1,614,155 in cash grants, in-kind equipment grants and special awards to 68 universities and technical institutions during 1991, from a total of 115 applications. Total grant distribution for the year included $1,173,500 to support in-kind equipment grants including CAD/CAM software, milling machines, lathes and robots, and $440,655 in cash grants in five areas: capital equipment, student development, faculty development, curriculum development and research initiation. Proposals for 1992 funding are currently being accepted by calling Keith Bankwitz, Foundation manager, at (313) 271-1500, ext. 510. Deadline for proposal submittal is February 1, 1992.
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Title Annotation:Business Briefs: Markets, News; Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation grant distribution
Publication:Rubber World
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Dec 1, 1991
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