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UIDP Member Thirsty Thursday Networking | How Companies & Universities are Structured to Work Together

Lesley Millar-Nicholson, MIT will begin the networking session. This session is scheduled to accommodate our global member representatives, but all members are welcome to attend! So drop in, grab a seat, and enjoy Thirsty Thursdays with UIDP.

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UIDP Member Thirsty Thursday Networking | Contemporary IP Contracting Issues

Each month we’ll kick off the conversation with a quick discussion starter led by UIDP member representatives, but this networking time is all yours. So drop in, grab a seat, and enjoy Thirsty Thursdays with UIDP.

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8/20/18

Use Connection Tools on myUIDP

Engaging with other members just got easier using connection tools on myUIDP- a member directory and online community platform. Login to myUIDP using the following credentials: Username: Your professional email address Password: password1 (no capital letters or spaces) Use these screen shots as a guide to find other members and send them a personal message on myUIDP. […]

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UIDP Academy: Consortia Workshop

The Consortia Workshop is a UIDP Academy event, designed to provide organizational leaders valuable insights on the key issues to organizing multi-stakeholder collaborations by review of different models and approaches. Updated Locations Tuesday: Georgia State University, 100 Auburn Ave NE, Centennial Hall, 120 Conference Room, Atlanta, Georgia Wednesday: Georgia Tech, Academy of Medicine, 875 W. Peachtree […]

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7/14/16

Where Are You on the Partnership Continuum?

When a UIDP working group started to work on defining university-industry (U-I) partnerships, it came to the realization that U-I partnerships mean many different things to many different people. In order to clarify discussions about partnerships, the working group classified U-I partnerships into many different categories, including student-oriented engagement, access to resources, involvement with researchers, […]

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