TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER COMMITTEE
CHARGE & RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Technology Transfer Committee develops policies and strategies for assisting technology transfer, patenting, and copyrighting products of University-sponsored research. It serves as an advisory body to the Office of Technology Transfer. Committee work in the past has been focused on the consideration of copyright policy, particularly as it relates to software developed for publication by faculty.
The Technology Transfer Committee meets as often as once a month.
Not fixed by administrative decree. Traditionally 5-7 faculty plus the Vice President for Research or designee (ex officio), and the Technology Transfer Director (ex officio).
The Technology Transfer Committee shall report to the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies. At a minimum this report shall be in the form of an annual written report submitted by the Committee Chair to the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies and to the President of the University no later than May 31.
From: Richard Linton
Sent: Sunday, May 20, 2007 3:36 PM
To: Dave Hubin; Gwen Steigelman
Subject: FW: Research & TT Committee -- Andrew Marcus's request for 2006-2007 annual committee report
Dave and Gwen-
I think it would be useful to clarify with Andrew Marcus that the TT Committee had sunset a few years ago. I would also appreciate it if you would help to make sure that the committee is no longer on any sites or lists to avoid further confusion on its status.
Let me know if you need any further input or assistance from my office.
Thanks! Rich Linton
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