Western Washington University

Programs provided by Western Washington University's (WWU) applied research and development include:
  • Collaborative work spaces for businesses to meet engage with WWU faculty and students
  • Company access to instrumentation, equipment, and technical services, including an expandable ShopBot three-axis CNC router, a curing oven, and a chemical fume hood
  • Opportunities to partner with WWU to pursue government grants and contracts to support shared projects
  • Space for manufacturing and technology companies to improve the competitiveness of company products and services

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on WWU programs contact Nicole Hoekstra

Bellingham Technical College

Workforce training programs provided by Bellingham Technical College will focus on:
  • Composites engineering, product design and development using state-of-art equipment and coursework   
  • Implementing customized training programs with area companies and leveraging state and federal programs

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on BTC programs at the contact Walter Hudsick

Most of the TDC is shared space and equipment between both institutions