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The Port of Virginia

The Port of Virginia: The Port of Virginia, owned by the Virginia Port Authority, is built around the world’s largest natural deep-water harbor and currently stands as the third largest container port on the East Coast. It operates four terminals and is home to the largest and fastest container cranes in the world. Visit the Port of Virginia website »

LMI

LMI: LMI is a private, not-for-profit corporation that provides management consulting, research, and analysis to governments and other nonprofit organizations. It runs the LMI Research Institute, funding research and development to advance government management. Visit the LMI website »

University of Virginia

University of Virginia: Located in Charlottesville, Virginia, the University of Virginia is a public institution of higher education founded in 1819. It is a leading research university and consistently ranks in the top three public universities in the country. Visit the University of Virginia website »

Virginia State University

Virginia State University: Virginia State University, founded in 1882, is one of Virginia’s two land-grant institutions, and is located 20 minutes south of Richmond, Virginia. The University has seven colleges and student population of 5,000 students. Visit the Virginia State University website »

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Commonwealth University: Virginia Commonwealth University is an urban public research institution, established in 1838, and located in Richmond, Virginia. It enrolls over 30,000 students. The VCU Health System supports the university’s health care education, research and patient care mission. Visit the Virginia Commonwealth University website »

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Longwood University: Longwood University is a public university founded in 1839 and located in Farmville, Virginia. It offers a classical liberal arts curriculum paired with practical experience in the field, with an enrollment of over 5,000 students. Visit the Longwood University website »

Crater Planning District Commission

Crater Planning District Commission: The Crater Planning District Commission brings together 11 south central Virginia governments to focus on economic, industrial and small business development. The Commission also works to address environmental issues, including local ramifications of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation act, air quality standards and solid waste management, and regional transportation issues, including local transportation planning efforts. Visit the CPDC website »

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