NUWC, URI partner on undersea research

THE NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE Center Division Newport and the University of Rhode Island have partnered to promote undersea research and science education. Above, NUWC commanding officer Capt. Michael R. Coughlin (seated left) and URI President David M. Dooley (seated right) at the signing of the agreement on June 27. Also pictured, standing, from left to right: David Grande, NUWC acting technical director; Theresa Baus, head of NUWC's Technical Partnership Office; Kimberly Cipolla, NUWC deputy chief technology officer; George Nickolopoulos, relationship manager for the URI Business Engagement Center; and Michael Katz, URI's associate vice president of intellectual property and economic development. / COURTESY NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER DIVISION NEWPORT
THE NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE Center Division Newport and the University of Rhode Island have partnered to promote undersea research and science education. Above, NUWC commanding officer Capt. Michael R. Coughlin (seated left) and URI President David M. Dooley (seated right) at the signing of the agreement on June 27. Also pictured, standing, from left to right: David Grande, NUWC acting technical director; Theresa Baus, head of NUWC's Technical Partnership Office; Kimberly Cipolla, NUWC deputy chief technology officer; George Nickolopoulos, relationship manager for the URI Business Engagement Center; and Michael Katz, URI's associate vice president of intellectual property and economic development. / COURTESY NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER DIVISION NEWPORT
NEWPORT – The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport has signed an education partnership agreement for undersea research with the University of Rhode Island. Under the agreement, NUWC will loan equipment to URI for education or research, help develop science courses and materials, provide faculty sabbatical and student internship opportunities, and involve faculty and students…

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