Siemens Donates $315M to Connecticut CollegesMarch 31, 2017 |
by Bob Wilson
(WTNH) — It is state of the art computer programming donated by the global technology company Siemens given to the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities so students can learn with future of manufacturing. Siemens believes Connecticut is on the forefront of aerospace and naval manufacturing. So by donating more than $300 million worth of technology to the state university system, they will be allowing the state’s future workforce to go hands-on ahead of time.
“In the state of Connecticut there is demand for them, that is how the program was created in fact, it was a partnership between all of our industry partners Pratt and Electric Boat,” said Maribel La Luz, CSCU.