The products of human imagination are intellectual property. For example, these may take the form of a journal publication, a laboratory manual, a text, the machine, an invention, a computer program, a work of art, music, a theatrical work, course materials, a poem, a photograph, a chemical process, a movie, a documentary, a Web site or a recruitment viewbook. Intellectual property is given great weight within higher education because intellectual property is the foundation of our collective and individual economic security.

Please return all forms to Dr. Lisa Schade Eckert, Dean of Graduate Education and Research

401 Cohodas Hall 

(906) 227-2300