34 Number 14
March 7, 2002
Having an intellectual
property policy in place can only benefit supervisors and graduate students.
(L-R) Graduate student Jamie King and supervisor, Dr. Ray Gosine, Faculty
of Engineering and Applied Science.
Intellectual property issues can have a significant impact on graduate
students programs, particularly in collaborative and externally-funded
research projects. To address those concerns, a committee was formed last
spring at the request of the Graduate Students Union (GSU) to establish
a process for dealing with conflicts between the educational process and
According to Richard Ellis, committee chair and university librarian,
intellectual property includes not only copyright, but also patents.
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