Intel to give Ohio colleges $17.7 million for semiconductor research, education

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Intel will give $17.7 million over the next three years to fund eight projects with more than 80 Ohio colleges and universities developing semiconductor education and workforce programs.

The tech giant announced the first phase of funding for its Ohio Semiconductor Education and Research Program ahead of Friday’s groundbreaking event in New Albany.

In March, Intel executives gathered Ohio’s higher education leaders and some elected officials at Columbus State Community College to detail the company’s plan to invest $100 million in local and national higher education programs over the next decade.

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