History: The Transportation and Logistics Research Center at UW-Superior was founded in 1999 and received permanent funding from the Wisconsin Legislature in 2001. Since its inception it has garnered more than $5 million in grants and endowments.
Past events: The Center has hosted such events as "The Gateway Opportunity: A Seminar on Trade, Transportation and the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor" and the Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium's annual conference.
Strategic goals: The Center works to be involved in regional transportation and logistics research and offers courses, seminars, workshops and speakers' series to help professionals and the community better understand the region's opportunities.
Advisory Board: The Center's advisory board members are appointed by the UW-Superior Provost and represent key sectors of the transportation and logistics industry. They are charged with assessing the Center's activities, considering long-term strategic goals and offering expert advice.