Policies & Procedures

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Traditional/Individual/Aesthetic Products. This term refers to work reflecting research and/or creativity, normally considered as evidence of professional advancement and scholarship. It includes scholarly publications, journal articles, speeches, reports (contracted or otherwise), research bulletins, monographs, books, plays, software, and works of art. Such products are protected by traditional copyright and solely belong to the author(s). Unless specifically stipulated by the categories below, all intellectual property produced by faculty, staff, or students belongs to its creator.

  • Sponsored Research. This term refers to products