Education, Manufacturing Day

The Manufacturing USA institutes and supporting Federal agencies were exceptionally busy with their partners, members, and community organizers during this year’s Manufacturing Month. Several institutes lead or participated in events that will have strong local and national impacts for years to come. What follows are a few highlights:


The Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office held its annual Manufacturing USA Network Meeting on May 25 in Washington, DC. There were over 100 participants with representatives from each of the institutes and funding agencies attending nine unique sessions throughout the day.

Dr. Monica Gorman, Special Assistant to the President for...

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a Notice of Funding Opportunity for Manufacturing USA W orkforce, E ducation a nd V ibrant E cosystems (WEAVE) public serve awards to the 17 Manufacturing USA institutes for proposals in the following topic areas :

Partnerships amongst two or more institutes to build vibrant and...


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IACMI Members Meeting


Indianapolis, IN
United States

Go to Manufacturing USA at SXSW

Manufacturing USA at SXSW


500 E Cesar Chavez St
Austin, TX 78701
United States

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