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Presentation
A NON-CREDIT MODEL FOR REAL-LIFE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIENCE FOR CROSS-DISCIPLINARY STUDENT TEAMS
Annual Conference of ASEE 2006 (2006)
  • Paul Swamidass, Auburn University
  • Brian Wright
Abstract

This paper addresses several major issues of interest to ASEE’s Entrepreneurship Division. It covers (1) university technology transfer; (2) introducing technology IP protocol management to students; and (3) a model of working relationship with university technology transfer officers for the mutual benefit of university technology transfer and the training of university graduates with real-life technology transfer problems. Student reported benefits are included.

Keywords
  • University technology student,
  • Training graduate students on technology commercialization
Publication Date
June, 2006
Citation Information
Paul Swamidass and Brian Wright. "A NON-CREDIT MODEL FOR REAL-LIFE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIENCE FOR CROSS-DISCIPLINARY STUDENT TEAMS" Annual Conference of ASEE 2006 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/paulswamidass/16/