Student Created IP: Improving Policies, Effective Practices and Removing Pain Points
Monday, October 05, 2015
Posted by: Bonnie Nolan
Student-Created IP: Improving Policies, Effective Practices and Removing Pain Points
Date: October 14, 2015 (Wednesday)
Time: Noon – 1:30 p.m. EDT
Moderators: Abigail Barrow, Massachusetts Technology Center
Phil Weilerstein, VentureWell
Presenters: Nathalie Duval-Couetil, Purdue University
Ron Huss, Penn State University
Marc Sedam, University of New Hampshire
Who Should Attend
Beginner through advanced technology transfer officers, and Research administrators, other faculty and staff that work with undergraduate and graduate students that generate intellectual property while on campus.
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With the rapid growth of entrepreneurship courses, programs and extra-curricular activities for both undergraduate and master’s level students the need to develop and implement clear and effective policies and practices addressing student inventors has risen. Last year, recognizing this need, AUTM in collaboration with VentureWell published a new primer on managing student-generated IP as well as a series of case studies on how student-owned IP might be managed.
During this lively and informative webinar this guide to developing effective policy developed by AUTM with VentureWell will be reviewed and expert panelists will discuss the key issues involved in developing effective policies and practices for addressing student-generated IP and supporting the creation of an inventor-friendly culture.
Attendees will leave with an understanding of the key issues to consider when developing and administering a student-specific institutional IP policy.
Attendees Will Learn
* Understand the key challenges related to managing student-created IP
* Learn how to make decisions about ownership of student-created IP
* Gain insight into how and why different institutions craft student-specific IP policies
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