Midwest Universities Consortium for International Activities

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The Midwest Universities Consortium for International Activities, Inc. (MUCIA) is a Midwestern United States consortium of 10 Big Ten public research universities that collaborates on large-scale projects in developing countries.[1] MUCIA was established in 1964 with support from the Ford Foundation.

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  1. ^ "Applause - Didier elected vice chair of MUCIA", The University Record, November 23, 1998, retrieved January 9, 2013

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