Housed within the Cecil J. Picard Center for Child Development & Lifelong Learning is the Research Incubator, a multi-purpose space architecturally designed to bring together research teams to brainstorm new projects, collaborate on current projects, share works in progress, and disseminate completed research.
The Research Incubator facilitates the Picard Center’s emphasis on modern research partnership and knowledge co-creation models. Collaborators from across the university and throughout the local, regional, statewide, and national communities draw on numerous spaces to get to know one another, exchange ideas, and make meaning together.
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Please contact the Center to suggest a partnership or learn about upcoming events.
Nicole Bourque, Center Coordinator