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Safeguarding IP Rights Event

Location:
Roy F. Mitte; 3219
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Reddy Venumbaka - reddy@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
One of our Intellectual Property (IP) law firms, Winsted PC (Winstead) will be visiting Texas State to present and discuss Safeguarding IP Rights. This event is targeted for researchers who are considering/wanting to protect their inventions and entrepreneurial business strategies. Specifically, the presentation will cover the following topics:

• IP rights, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets
• How to best choose between the different IP protection options
• How one can obtain a patent through the patent prosecution process

Texas State researchers will have an opportunity to meet with Winstead attorneys to discuss and/or ask any questions they might have related to IP.
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Sponsored Programs: The University Policy Perspective

Location:
J. C. Kellam; 420
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Cathy Guerra - c_v10@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
In this workshop, we will explore university
policies as it pertains to sponsored programs.

Come learn about commonly used sponsored
terms and definitions.

Discuss basic processes of sponsored
administration.

Learn the roles and responsibilities of those
involved with sponsored programs.

Examine the importance of staying in compliance
by discussing helpful tools and resources as well
as the Do’s and Don’ts.
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Research Cash Advances at TXST: What Researchers Need to Know

Location:
Alkek Library; 105/106
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Michael Blanda - 512.245.2314
Campus Sponsor:
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
The ongoing "topics" workshop is offered periodically in collaboration with the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. It addresses timely topics of particular relevance to faculty engaged in research at Texas State. This session will focus on the revision made to the UPPS 02.02.06 on Research Cash Advances and the online research cash advance request and reconciliation system. Dr. Blanda will use an interactive format focused on active discussion. Click here for more information
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Effective Strategies for Finding Funding

Location:
St. David’s School of Nursing; 120/121
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Evy Gonzales - eg13@txstate.edu
Kay Hetherly - kh37@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Evy Gonzales will offer this Faculty Focus workshop for the Round Rock campus on Monday, October 29, St. David’s School of Nursing 120/121 from 2-3:30 pm. Let Evy or Kay H know if you would like to accompany them to Round Rock for this workshop. Evy has three open spots in her car!
http://signup.txstate.edu/departments/3-faculty-development
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Kuali Research Overview: Proposal Development

Location:
JCK; 460
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Ms. Raquel Garcia Rust - rg1050@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
In this workshop, we will dive into the Proposal
Development module of Kuali Research. This
workshop is intended to assist faculty and staff
in their navigation of Kuali as a proposal is
developed and routed for externally funded
programs.

Curriculum will cover the following topics:

a) University Policy on Proposal Notification
and Submission

b) Navigation of Kuali Research software

c) Proposal Development within Kuali
Research software

d) University Routing and Approvals in Kuali
Research
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2019 Health Scholar Showcase

Location:
Performing Arts Center
Cost:
Free
Contact:
healthresearch@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Some of the most important and scientifically interesting challenges to human health transcend academic disciplines and traditional boundaries of research inquiry. The Translational Health Research Initiative seeks to transcend existing disciplines and boundaries to create and apply new knowledge that will improve health outcomes for our students, community, and the world. Translational health research seeks ways to improve the health and wellness of humans in clinical, institutional, community, and public settings.

Join the Translational Health Research Initiative group on Faculty Commons. Contact healthresearch@txstate.edu for more information.
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