Intellectual Property in the News

This page is our media site for breaking news about intellectual property. It includes news stories, campus policy developments, organizational IP policy releases, and new web or blog resources.

"As Online Courses Expand, so do Questions About Ownership." Hechinger Report. March 3, 2014.  By Sarah Butrymowicz.

"Professors Association Questions University Invention Policy." Topeka Capital-Journal. February 23, 2014. By Celia Llopis-Jepsen.

"A Call to Focus on Copyright." Inside Higher Ed. October 21, 2013 By Scott Jaschik.

"Who Holds the Rights?" Inside Higher Ed. October 11, 2013 By Colleen Flaherty.

"AAUP Recommends Principles to Protect Faculty Rights to Their Work." Chronicle of Higher Education. October 11, 2013. By Audrey Williams June.

IP Advocate is a nonprofit organization dedicated to equipping the academic research community with critical information needed to understand and traverse the complex flow of policy, law, and procedure from innovation through technology transfer and commercialization of intellectual property. The organization maintains an informative website that tracks IP news.

UCSD Faculty Association Protests Patent Policy