- Author: Kathleen P Nolan
WHEN: THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 2014.
Register at http://ucanr.edu/survey/survey.cfm?surveynumber=12724 to participate in person or by AdobeConnect webinar.
TIME: 9:00 A.M. – 12 NOON
WHERE: SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY CONFERENCE ROOM
2801 SECOND STREET
Who should attend?
ANR County Directors, Advisors, Cooperative Extension Specialists (Statewide and campus-based*), and other interested ANR faculty and staff.
There will be an opportunity for your questions at the end of the workshop
Kathleen P. Nolan, J.D. Director, ANR Office of Contracts & Grants
Randi Jenkins, J.D., Associate Director, UCD Sponsored Programs Office (and former UCD Innovation Access Licensing Officer)
Nancy Rashid, Ph.D., Licensing Officer, UCD Innovation Access Office.
Description of Workshop:
The ANR Office of Contracts & Grants and the UC Davis Innovation Access Office work together to support the continuum of innovation at ANR – from developing a new research project with a sponsor to protecting new inventions and transferring technologies to industry partners for commercializing in the marketplace.
This course will explain your rights, as a UC employee, under UC Patent Policy, and will detail the technology transfer process for new inventions. It will also explain why Intellectual Property language in research agreements is important and how it can have implications lasting after the research project is concluded.
I hope you are able to participate. Please let me know if you have any questions. email@example.com or 530-219-8126
Kathleen P. Nolan, Director, ANR Office of Contracts & Grants
*If you are a UCB or UCR based C.E. Specialist, this workshop will still be very helpful and we encourage you to participate. However, you will be utilizing the Technology Transfer Offices on your campus for invention reporting.