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March 15th, 2007

NanoSTEM funding may cause rise in tuition

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UW System President Kevin Reilly said the System has received many letters supporting UW-Eau Claire and UW-Stout's NanoSTEM initiative, including one from Menomonie Mayor Dennis Kropp, who cited the program as being essential to "sustain a vibrant economy in this state."

Eau Claire's Interim Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Andy Phillips said he has been working closely with Doug Duhnam, assistant professor of physics, and Marc McEllistrem, assistant professor of chemistry, to write a $3 to $4 million request to fund the project.

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