Hi, I'm looking for universities with mature UX on the "business" side (instead of academic side), which will probably be in IT or in Libraries. So far, I found one:
University of Michigan Library Information Technology: User Experience Department http://www.lib.umich.edu/mobile-technology/user-experience-department "Our efforts are focused on interface design (interaction design & visual design), user research, assessment (usability, web use statistics analysis), content strategy, and web accessibility".
I will be teaching an Interaction Design course this summer. I want to make sure my students will get practical, up to date and actionable skills they can take out to the world after they graduate so, my intention is to have them work on as many portfolio projects as time allows and work together on small teams. So I can give them the broadest view I wanted to get some feedback from the community on: