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Goodman named director for KUTLU-NITT gateway
Sunday, May 23, 2010

Relations between the SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator and a Japanese technology licensing consortium were underscored recently with a visit from Japanese officials who announced that  Richard Goodman has been named Director of International Affairs for KUTLO-NITT.

KUTLO-NITT Gateway Project
Above, left to right, looking at the new branding elements of the KUTLO-NITT Gateway Project are: Yoji Yuki, president of Niigata University;  Hiroko Sato, resident intern; Harry Hitano, president of KUTLO-NITT; and Dr. Dennis L. Hefner, president of SUNY Fredonia. 

Richard Goodman
Richard Goodman, left, was named Director of International Affairs for KUTLO-NITT. President Hitano, right, made the announcement.

The KUTLU-NITT Gateway Project at the SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator was launched in January to connect the resources of SUNY Fredonia and the Kanazawa University Technology Licensing Organization - Nihonkai Innovation Technology Transfer (KUTLO-NITT). 

KUTLO-NITT is a consortium of 11 universities and two licensing organizations in Japan created to facilitate the licensing of technology from academia.

It seeks to do the same in the U.S.

At a reception during the international visit on Friday, May 7, Mr. Goodman unveiled new graphics that provide branding for the center's operations at the incubator.

The logos  and signage were designed by SUNY Fredonia students.  

University President Dennis L. Hefner exchanged gifts with the international guests, Harry Hitano, president of KUTLO-NITT and Yoji Yuki, president of Niigata University.

KUTLO-NITT's activity is approved by Japanese Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry (METI), which funded a training residency at the SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator for Dr. Hiroko Sato, a technology transfer specialist from KUTLO-NITT.

 

 

 

 

 

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