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Our mission is to analyze information to help our public and nonprofit sector clients improve operations or create new programs and policies. Our analysis makes Ohio's communities safer, healthier, more prosperous and inclusive. 

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Economic development, aerospace, immigration highlight Wright State’s annual Regional Summit

Business leaders, educators, government officials and others discussed developing initiatives in workforce development and globalization during Wright State’s annual Regional Summit.
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Meet Martin Kim...URS/GEO Adjunct

Martin Kim, 2000, M.U.A.  We’d like to introduce you to Martin Kim, adjunct professor with the Department of Urban Affairs and Geography since 2009.

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About CUPA

Wright State University established the Center for Urban and Public Affairs (CUPA) in 1986. CUPA's applied research supports public and nonprofit clients who want to improve operations and address urban, suburban and rural issues. Applied research includes primary data collection, such as surveys, focus groups and open forums; data analytics that examine, for example, labor, economic, crime, housing, population, and other data; strategic planning and consensus building; and policy and program evaluation.