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Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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course work and degree programs
that cater to producing graduates
who can help stimulate manufac-
turing in the United States.
Along with the University of
Michigan, Carnegie Mellon Uni-
versity, Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, Georgia Institute
of Technology, Stanford Uni-
versity and University of Cali-
fornia-Berkeley will work with
manufacturers like Johnson &
Johnson, Honeywell and Stryker
to develop and research useful
methods and products.
Obama said that by engaging
in projects like this, the nation can
strengthen production of goods

and services that will make the
U.S. more competitively interna-
"The concept of advanced
manufacturing is not complicat-
ed," Obama said. "It means how
do we do things better, faster,
cheaper to design and manufac-
ture superior products that allow
us to compete all over the world,"
Carignan echoed Obama's
sentiment, saying the country has
lost a lot of manufacturing jobs,
particularlyto countries overseas,
which can be resolved through
"the reinvigoration of the manu-
facturing enterprise," He added
that the lack of emphasis on the
importance of manufacturing jobs
in the country led to the field's col-
lapse, and he hopes the country
can regain its "competitive edge"

with a stronger emphasis on dif-
ferent manufacturingtechniques.
In a June 24 press release,
Senator Carl Levin (D-Mich)said
the new program will play a cru-
cial role in improving the state's
"Other nations are invest-
ing and creating public-private
partnerships in advanced manu-
facturing, energy efficiency and
other key sectors, and if we fail to
match their investments, America
and American workers will be left
behind," he said in the release.
"To succeed, the effort announced
today cannot be an ending - it
must be an urgent boost to a part-
nership among industry, academia
and government to help our man-
ufacturers compete around the



Junior Will Campbell (left) and red shirt junior Patrick Omameh (right) serve workers for the Humane Society of Huron Val-
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