February 10, 2017

PNWU makes positive impact on area economy

Yakima’s own medical school, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences (PNWU), is making a significant contribution to the local and state economy according to a new economic impact report released this week.

Read more: NBC Right Now

February 8, 2017

Let's talk about the health of York city

Through a community health market research study, commissioned by Family First Health and conducted by TrippUmbach, we're able to see key findings that paint a detailed picture of challenges in York and provide a starting point for the conversations Sean Heisey, York Daily Record

Read more: York Daily Record

January 25, 2017

Local officials excited about development of UNLV School of Medicine, medical district

University, health and city officials gathered for a town hall event Tuesday night looking forward to the development of the UNLV School of Medicine and the medical district surrounding it.

Read more: Las Vegas Review-Journal

December 8, 2016

UVa contributed $6B to state economy in 2015, report finds

The University of Virginia contributed nearly $6 billion to the state economy in fiscal year 2015, according to a report from an outside consulting firm.

Read more: Richmond Times-Dispatch

December 8, 2016

Study: UVa-Wise had $64 million overall impact on SWVa. economy in 2015

The University of Virginia’s College at Wise pumped $84 million into the state’s economy and had a $64 million overall economic impact in Southwest Virginia in 2015, according to a new economic impact study.

Read more: The Daily Progress

October 27, 2016

UVM has $1.33B impact in Vermont

BURLINGTON -- The University of Vermont has a wide-ranging economic impact on Vermont that added up to $1.33 billion in fiscal year 2014, a recent study reported.


Read more: Times Argus

October 21, 2016

UVM Generates $1.33 Billion For The Local Economy

The University of Vermont in Burlington has a $1.33 billion impact on the state, according to a new economic impact study. 

Read more: VTDigger

October 20, 2016

UVM’s economic impact in Vermont is $1.33 billion

According to a new study, the University of Vermont created $1.33 billion in economic value for the state of Vermont in 2014-15. The university also supported 11,287 jobs throughout the state and generated $78.8 million in state and local taxes.  The University of Vermont (UVM) is a powerhouse for economic and community activity across the State of Vermont," concludes the study, which was conducted by Tripp Umbach, a Pittsburg-based research firm that specializes in economic impact analysis.

Read more: Vermont Biz

September 21, 2016

Penn State World Campus co-founder to be recognized at annual awards dinner

Penn State Outreach and Online Education will honor three outstanding leaders in education who have dedicated their time, funds and mentorship to enhance the Penn State experience for students. The awards will be presented at the Transforming Education Transforming Lives OOE Appreciation Dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29 at The Nittany Lion Inn.

Read more: Penn State News

September 16, 2016

Independent Study Reveals The University of Southern Mississippi’s $603.3 Million Annual Economic Impact on Mississippi

Economic Driver. Employment Generator. Community Partner. The University of Southern Mississippi fills many roles for the state of Mississippi above and beyond its primary mission as an educator and research leader. And the extent to which it successfully fills those roles has now been revealed.

Read more: The University Of Southern Mississippi

September 12, 2016

Shortage of residency slots plugs doctor pipeline

Dr. Lawrence Hall, a first-year medical resident at Community Hospital East, led his supervisors into a patient's room and began the drill. In bed, a 51-year-old diabetic woman had been battling sharp stomach pains and severe diarrhea. 

Read more: Indianapolis Business Journal

September 12, 2016

USM shows off its benefits to the Coast

University of Southern Mississippi officials believe attracting more high-tech businesses to the Coast is just one way to ramp up enrollment at the Gulf Park campus in Long Beach.


Read more: SunHerald

September 9, 2016

New study shows USM has $603.3 million impact on state annually

A new independent study shows The University of Sothern Mississippi has a $603.3 million economic impact on the state each year.

Read more: WDAM

September 6, 2016

Officials say Las Vegas Medical District’s economic vital signs improving

A slow but steady journey with occasional spurts of impressive growth -- that's how Las Vegas Deputy City Manager Scott Adams sees the future of the Las Vegas Medical District now that now that the UNLV School of Medicine is becoming a reality. 

Read more: Las Vegas Review-Journal

August 24, 2016

New medical school boasts diverse inaugural class

When the founders of the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine first contemplated building a medical school in southern New Mexico, they hired nationally recognized consulting firm Tripp Umbach to conduct a feasibility study. The study found that this region not only has a critical shortage of health care providers, but that the current physician workforce “does not represent the regional population ethnicity and is less able to deliver culturally competent care.”

Read more: Las Cruces Sun-News

July 14, 2016

Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo

Join us in our new location to shape the dialogue on the Intersection of Design and Wellness. This year’s healthcare landscape continues to push design build professionals and healthcare providers to adapt to an ever-changing marketplace.

Business models, project delivery methods, care cycles and funding mechanisms aren’t waiting for your firm or your facility to catch up – they’re driving forward and so should you.
Make your plans to be at the 2016 Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo and connect with the real thought-leaders and top business minds in our industry.

Read more: Healthcare Facilities Symposium & Expo

June 13, 2016

UT sports are a bargain for local economy

The economic impact of University of Tennessee sports sometimes can be taken for granted — a part of the landscape like the Great Smoky Mountains — but a consultant's study released last week shows the Big Orange produces some serious green.

Read more: Knoxville News Sentinel

June 7, 2016

Tennessee athletics releases report on economic impact

Tennessee Vols athletics are a huge asset to the Tennessee economy.

At least that’s what the findings from an economic impact and community benefits report released on Tuesday seem to indicate.
The 67-page report outlines the benefits of Vols athletics on both Knox County and the state of Tennessee as a whole.

Read more: SEC Country

June 7, 2016

University of Tennessee Economic Impact and Community Benefits Report

With over 500 student-athletes representing twenty sports, Tennessee Athletics is a vibrant organization focused on the pursuit of comprehensive excellence in the classroom, on the field, and amongst the community. Tennessee Athletics measures this pursuit in many ways primarily by academic and athletic performance. However, various other positive outcomes are realized by individuals and entities as a byproduct of the presence and activity of Tennessee Athletics.

Read more: UTSports

May 25, 2016

Heritage tourism has a large impact on our regional economy

A couple of weeks ago, the U.S. Travel Association, a nonprofit association that represents all aspects of the travel industry, spearheaded National Travel & Tourism Week, an annual celebration dating back to 1983 that salutes the important role travel and tourism play in local communities as well as across the country.

Read more: Frederick News Post

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