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Troy, Mich., October 13, 2022Cynthia Hutchison, CEO of the US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing, was pleased to serve as a panelist at Oakland University School of Engineering and Computer Science’s 2022 Faculty Research Expo. The event took place on October 7 at Oakland University’s campus in Auburn Hills.

Hutchison joined industry colleagues in a lively discussion on shared responsibility in public and private partnerships, including how to develop such relationships and maintain them for the long term, and the role the private sector must play to make these relationships measurably successful. The panel included:

As CEO of the US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing, Hutchison leads efforts to engage the national manufacturing ecosystem through local, national, and international projects and activities that accelerate the transition toward advanced manufacturing. In her work, she aims to help manufacturers not only survive but thrive as they adapt new technologies and evolve their workforces to meet the needs of an ever-changing landscape. Additionally, she works to ensure to ensure the next generation is prepared and interested in continuing the advanced manufacturing efforts.

About the US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing
The US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing convenes national and global manufacturing innovators from academia, technology, manufacturing and civil society to accelerate and strengthen transformation in the digital environment and create action-oriented ecosystems across industries and disciplines. The Centre is the first US entity to operate in partnership with the World Economic Forum to advance its global manufacturing initiatives and is one of 16 World Economic Forum Centres for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Learn why forward-looking manufacturers seek out the US Centre for Advanced Manufacturing for guidance in their transformation journey by visiting our website.