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Dr. Dawit Haile has been elected the Chair of the Board for Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS).
Dr. Haile is a professor of Computer Science and Mathematics and is currently serving as a Dean for the College of Engineering and Technology and Interim Dean for the College of Natural and Health Sciences at Virginia State University (VSU)
A recent budget proposal could bring enhanced cloud computing to Virginia and lend an economic boost to manufacturing in the Petersburg area, while bringing key Virginia Innovation Partnership Authority (VIPA) members on site together.
In this unprecedented year, the movement to end systemic racism has garnered substantial momentum across American society. CCALS is committed to taking concrete steps in support of this goal.
The Petersburg Progress-Index reports that the U. S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) recently announced the Crater Planning District Commission will receive a $70,000 economic development grant award to be matched with $30,000 in Commission funds, to enable the Commission to continue important economic development initiatives in the region.
Moving goods through the Commonwealth is a challenge. But two University of Virginia graduate engineering students are working to develop route analysis tools for land and water that improve that process and benefit the industry.
Dr. Pamela Norris has been appointed the Chair of the Board for Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS).
Vincent J. Barnett, has been appointed the Vice Chair of the Board for Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS).
CCALS held its first logistics innovation workshop on Intermodal Mobility of Goods & Services in Richmond on April 30, 2019.
CCALS will hold its first logistics innovation workshop on Intermodal Mobility of Goods & Services in Richmond on April 30, 2019.
It’s still on the drawing board, but it has already received critical acclaim: CCAL’s planned headquarters found favor with the judges in the 2017 Design Awards competition of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
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