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Dr. Rex L. LaMore

Director, Center for Community and Economic Development

Michigan State University

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Email: l***@***.edu

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Michigan State University

541 E. Grand River Map

East Lansing, Michigan 48823

United States

Company Description

Founded in 2003, the MSU Product Center helps Michigan entrepreneurs develop and commercialize high-value, consumer-responsive products and businesses in the agriculture, natural resources and bioeconomy sectors. The Center's statewide network of innovati ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

MSU Federal Credit Union

Director

Michigan State University, Center for Community and Economic Development

Affiliations

Faculty Member
Michigan State University, Urban and Regional Planning Program

Board Member
Continuing

Committee Member
IntelliSite

Committee Member
Michigan Economic Developers Association

Member of the Faculty of the Urban and Regional Planning Program
School of Planning , Design and Construction at MSU

Board Member
Capital Area Local First

Education

B.S.

Michigan State University

M.S. degrees

Michigan State University

Ph.D.

University of Michigan

Web References (85 Total References)


Dr. Rex LaMore, much-awarded ...

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Dr. Rex LaMore, much-awarded MSU economic expert. Urban blight affects the quality of life in communities large and small, including Bay City, Saginaw and, to a lesser degree, more affluent Midland.

The City of Bay city has literally thousands of old homes that could be torn down; but why not deconstruct them and save the materials so they don't clog landfills anymore than necessary? suggests Michigan State University's Center for Community and Economic Development (CED).
"The current system for dealing with blight is an unsustainable one, relying on the taxpayer to pick up the pieces of economic crises," says MSU CED director Dr. Rex LaMore.
"Policymakers and economic developers on the state and federal levels alike need to look closely at how these dollars are being allocated, the efficiency of their spending and the long-term effects of the activities being funded," said Dr. LaMore.
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Rex LaMore is Director of the Michigan State University's Center for Community Economic Development and a member of the faculty of the Urban and Regional Planning Program. Dr. LaMore has over 30 years of experience in Community and Economic Development and has focused his career on the unique challenges of revitalizing distressed communities and issues and practices related to equitable development that can help communities and regions begin to reverse patterns of segregation and disinvestment, prevent displacement, and promote equitable revitalization in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Dr. LaMore provides leadership at Michigan State University on a number of federal, foundation and privately funded research and outreach University/Community partnerships. His current research is focused on the role of arts and culture in entrepreneurial "creative capacity", and innovation in sustainable community and economic development. A number of Dr. LaMore's publications, research reports and handbooks are available at the CCED Website.
As the architect of the 1992 Outreach Partnership Act with Senator Don Riegle of Michigan, Dr. LaMore's work has affected the nature of University/Community partnerships nationwide.
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Dr. LaMore is Vice-chair of the Williamston Township Planning Commission. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees at Michigan State University and his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.


Staff—University Center for Regional Economic Innovation—Michigan State University

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Rex L. LaMore

Director, Center for Community Economic Development
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Rex L. LaMore
Rex LaMore is Director of the Michigan State University's Center for Community Economic Development and a member of the faculty of the Urban and Regional Planning Program. Dr. LaMore has over 30 years of experience in Community and Economic Development and has focused his career on the unique challenges of revitalizing distressed communities and issues and practices related to equitable development that can help communities and regions begin to reverse patterns of segregation and disinvestment, prevent displacement, and promote equitable revitalization in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Dr. LaMore provides leadership at Michigan State University on a number of federal, foundation and privately funded research and outreach University/Community partnerships. His current research is focused on the role of arts and culture in entrepreneurial "creative capacity", and innovation in sustainable community and economic development. A number of Dr. LaMore's publications, research reports and handbooks are available at the CCED Website.
As the architect of the 1992 Outreach Partnership Act with Senator Don Riegle of Michigan, Dr. LaMore's work has affected the nature of University/Community partnerships nationwide.
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Dr. LaMore is Vice-chair of the Williamstown Township Planning Commission. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees at Michigan State University and his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.


Board of Director Contacts

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Rex LaMore (Vice President) (2018)

Director, Center for Community and Economic Development
Michigan State University
1615 E. Michigan Avenue
Lansing, Michigan 48912
Phone: 517-353-9555
lamore@msu.edu


Chicago - Educational Association of University Centers

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Rex LaMore The Center for Economic and Community Development

Michigan State University http://www.cedp.msu.edu/ Rex LaMore, Director ar@mu.d Phone: 517-353-9555


Board of Director Contacts

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Rex LaMore (Secretary / Treasurer) (2015)

Director, Center for Community and Economic Development
Michigan State University
1615 E. Michigan Avenue
Lansing, Michigan 48912
Phone: 517-353-9555
lamore@msu.edu

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