NMU Intellectual Property Policy

Music and CDThe products of human imagination are intellectual property. For example, these may take the form of a journal publication, a laboratory manual, a text, a 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 view book. Intellectual property is given great weight within higher education because intellectual property is the foundation of our collective and individual economic security.

  • Invention disclosure form

  • Intellectual Property Waiver Form

  • Request for Services, Intellectual Property Retained

  • Request for Services, Intellectual Property Relinquished

 

Please return all forms to Dr. Robert Winn, Assistant Provost of Graduate Education and Research 

401 Cohodas Hall

906.227.2300

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