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Students who complete the Managing Technology and Innovation Concentration are eligible to have the Concentration noted on their transcripts (please see the Bulletin for the list of requirements). Take advantage of this focused set of courses to deepen your overall understanding of: the innovation context, organizing for innovation (both large firm issues and start-ups), the process of innovation (team and project management), and systems design.These courses will better prepare you to engage with the Santa Clara University technology and innovation community. Relevant University organizations include: the Leavey School of Business’ Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; the SCU Center for Science, Technology, and Society; SCU's Tech Law Forum; and especially, the student-run Entrepreneurs’ Connection.
Calendars of Events
Managing Technology and Innovation Today
Patents and IP: Wed 20th 12-1
Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010
Have you ever thought about patenting an invention or discovery?
Are you curious about intellectual property and technology transfer?
If so, then come learn about the patenting and licensing process here at SCU.
When: Wednesday, January 20th 12-1pm
Where: Williman Room, Benson Center
Who: Mary Albertson of the Stanford University's Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)
SCU has contracted with Stanford’s OTL to evaluate invention disclosures, manage patent procedures, and coordinate technology licensing for University-owned inventions. Come and learn more about intellectual property, patents, and technology licensing at this informational seminar and Q&A session.
Please also encourage your students to attend. (Consider yourselves encouraged!)
Presented by: The Office of Research Initiatives, The School of Engineering, and The Faculty Development Program