Upcoming Events

Research and Sponsored Programs Events

Faculty development

NIH Grant Writing Workshop

October 30, 2 p.m.: Co-sponsored by RASP and Dr. Lique Coolen — Associate Dean (College of Arts and Sciences), Faculty & Professional Development, Postdoctoral Affairs
Location: TBA

Third (and sometimes fourth) Thursday Brown-bags

In 203 Schwartz Center at noon.

August 29: Beginners' guide to the mysteries of grant writing. For individuals new to considering writing a grant, this brown-bag session will focus on introduction-level material regarding funding agencies, budgets and defining terms/lingo that are often used.

September 19: How to talk to program officers

October 24: Serving on Study Sections. Are you interested in serving on a study section? Learn about what serving entails, pros and cons, and training programs that NIH offers for new faculty interested in serving on Study Sections.

November 21: NIH resubmissions.
 

Research and Innovation Forums

Thursday, October 17, 2019. 4-6 p.m. KSC 306A

Monday, November 18, 2019. 4-6 p.m., Ballroom Balcony

Thursday, February 13, 2020. 4-6 p.m., Ballroom Balcony

Wednesday, April 22, 2020. 4-6 p.m., Ballroom Balcony

 

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TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIALIZATION

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STUDENT RESEARCH

 

Tech Commercialization WEBINAR VIDEO

University Patents and the Road from Invention Disclosure to Technology Commercialization

On March 1, 2017, Karen MacDonald, Business & Entrepreneurship Outreach Librarian, Doug Kubinski, Associate General Counsel, and Stephen Roberts, Director of Research & Technology Commercialization, led an online discussion on patenting and commercializing university technology. The panel discussed patent search resources, steps necessary to protect your patentable discoveries, university royalty distribution policy, and the technology commercialization process. 

This webinar is ideal for all Kent State faculty and staff, but only so many were able to tune in live.

Now you can watch the webinar here.

For more information on patenting your work, visit RASP's Technology Commercialization website.