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Sept. 22, 2014MARYVILLE, Mo. | By: Coffey
Northwest Missouri State University honored its ninth president, Dr. Dean Hubbard and former first lady Aleta Hubbard with the renaming of its Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in their honor Saturday morning.
Northwest President Dr. John Jasinski says Saturday was an important day for the University.
Dr. Hubbard says having the C.I.E. building named his honor means a lot to him.
The C.I.E. building is located on the north edge of the Maryville campus and was opened in 2009.
In June, the university Business Incubator Index ranked the Northwest C.I.E. at number 21 globally and is just one of three business incubators in the United States to be ranked among the top 25.
The C.I.E. building is a mixed-use incubator with emphasis on technology-based, start-up companies.