Frozen Four Giveaway – Question 2

Starting March 31, and running through April 2, we will be giving away tickets to the NCAA Frozen Four Hockey Tournament, taking place April 8-10, 2010. This will be a historic event for the city of Detroit, held for the first time in a dome–Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions.

Winning is simple – just be the first to correctly answer the trivia question by leaving a comment below and you will receive two tickets to all three games. To be the first to know when the next question is posted, become a fan of Pure Michigan on Facebook and Twitter, and Michigan Economic Development Corporation on Facebook and Twitter.

Tickets are good for:

  • Admission to the Thursday, April 8th Semifinal games
    • Game #1 at 5:00 p.m.
    • Game #2 at 8:30 p.m.
  • Admission to the Saturday, April 10th National Championship game @ 7:00 p.m.

Ok – here’s your question:

What is the University Research Corridor?

There are just a few rules:

  • Each person may only win once.
  • You must supply your correct email address when registering to leave a comment – we won’t share it, but we need it to be able to contact you if you win. If your email address is invalid, or we don’t get a response to the email we send you within 24 hours, we will move on to the next winner.
  • Answers must be submitted as a comment on the post with the question. Answers submitted on Facebook or Twitter, or via email, will not be counted.
  • Employees, contractors, agents and family members of employees, contractors and agents of the MEDC are not eligible to win. The winning answer(s) will be determined solely by MEDC. All decisions of MEDC are final.
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  • http://urcmich.org JP

    The University Research Corridor is an alliance between Michigan’s three major research universities to transform, strengthen and diversify the state’s economy. The partners, Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University, spark regional economic development via invention, innovation and technology transfer, by educating a work force prepared for the knowledge economy, and by attracting smart and talented people to our state.

  • Ara Topouzian

    The University Research Corridor (URC) is a research consortium founded by the three leading universities in the state of Michigan. In November 2006, Michigan State University, Wayne State University, and the University of Michigan enhanced their existing partnerships by establishing the URC. The alliance was formed to leverage their collective capabilities and drive the transformation of the state’s economy.

  • Chris Monroe

    The University research corridor is the alliance between Wayne State, Michigan State, and the University of Michigan to establish the vision and help execute a plan to move Michigan into the 21st century and beyond.

  • Scott M Smith

    The University Research Corridor is an alliance between Michigan’s three major research universities to transform, strengthen and diversify the state’s economy

  • Toni R Russo

    it is an aliance of Michignas three leading researc institutes -

  • Toni Cook

    The University Research Corridor is an alliance of Michigan’s three leading research institutions: Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University. Each of us features complete graduate and undergraduate education, as well as professional degrees in medicine, business and the law. Our research laboratories produce hundreds of patents each year, and our hospitals develop innovative medical treatments that save lives.