Triad Research Park (PTRP)
"Anchored in Winston-Salem's historical downtown business district and centered in the North Carolina Technology Corridor, the Piedmont Triad Research Park (PTRP) is a highly interactive, master-planned innovation community being developed to support life science and information technology research and development." (quoted from the Idealliance website)
Wake Forest University
WSSU and WFU researchers are collaborating on several projects in the areas of biomedical and cancer research as well as an emerging high-performance computing initiative.
Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy (WSPA)
The WSPA, a partnership between WSSU and the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, provides a college preparatory experience for students in middle and high school. Funding is provided by the Thurgood Marshall and Bill and Melinda Gates foundations.
Memorandum of Understanding with Appalachian State University
The MOU allows faculty and students to participate in collaborative educational programs, research partnerships, and international and cultural exchanges, as well as professional development activities. The focus is on teacher education, health sciences programs, international travel, summer institutes, and music therapy.
Biotechnology Alliance with Forsyth Technical Community College
WSSU researchers will continue to link with Forsyth Technical Community College and other community colleges' biotechnology workforce preparation programs while continuing to develop biotechnology curricula and programs for WSSU undergraduate and graduate students.
Piedmont Alliance for Cancer Research and Education
PACRE is a long-term partnership between a National-Cancer-Institute-designated cancer center, the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University in order to increase career development and training opportunities for minority researchers, increase grant submissions from minority researchers, and facilitate research studies among minority populations.