The Office of Technology Commercialization has created the Inventors’ Forum in order to share commercialization information and resources with the university community and beyond. Through this series, we will engage with a range of topics from commercialization basics, to non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), intellectual property, patents, licensing, startups, and much more. These conversations will not only include those experienced in commercialization efforts here at the university; but also will draw on the network of resources and experts from the region and beyond. These series are open to all who would like to attend and participate. Please join us to learn more about how to commercialize your technology, and to meet other like-minded professionals with similar interests and experiences.
Technology Commercialization at KSU and CSU
Higher education institutions in the United States often have a common set of support services and processes that facilitate technology commercialization efforts involving university intellectual property. In this virtual panel discussion, representatives from Kent State University and Cleveland State University will share summaries of those systems at the respective universities and engage the audience in discussions of best practices for navigating and making the most of their intellectual property and know how. This virtual panel discussion both leverages and builds on the robust and collaborative network that exists between the two universities and between higher education institutions regionally.
The Division of Research and Sponsored Programs and Technology Commercialization are pleased to have you join us on Thursday, October 7 from 3 p.m. - 4 p.m. Registration is required and the link will be emailed prior to the event.
Hosted by Albert Green, Ph. D., Director of Technology Commercialization
Jack Kraszewski, Esq., Director, Technology Transfer,
Assistant Attorney General, Cleveland State University
Douglas Kubinski, Esq., Associate General Counsel
Kent State University