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This Intellectual Property Policy does not apply to logos, identifiers or other branding materials related to SIU-S and/or its campuses.
The Board encourages its faculty, staff and students employed or enrolled at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC), Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE), the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine (SIU-SOM) and the Office of the President (each of which shall be individually referred to as SIU Entity and shall encompass their respective satellite sites) to undertake research and other scholarly and creative endeavors.
For all other employees and students, the use of the University Intellectual Property Committee shall be at the discretion of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
A School of Medicine Intellectual Property Committee, appointed by the Dean and Provost of the School of Medicine, exists to review and make recommendations for the disposition of intellectual property developed at the School of Medicine.
Innovations covered by this policy must be disclosed by the creator(s)/author(s) in writing to the Office of Technology Transfer (OTT).
If the innovation is the subject of a contract, grant or sponsored research agreement, the OTT will dispose of the intellectual property asset consistent with the terms of the governing contract, grant or sponsored research agreement.
In either case, detailed documentation should be kept by the creator/author about when, where, and by whom the innovation occurred.
As a state institution, the Board of Trustees is responsible to itself and to the public for the kinds of research and other scholarly and creative activities that the Board supports and for obtaining the greatest public benefit from such research and activities.The SIUC University Intellectual Property Committee’s composition and authority is dictated by Addendum C collective bargaining agreement between the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University and the SIUC Faculty Association, IEA-NEA.Addendum C of that Agreement applies to tenured and tenure-track Faculty employees represented by the SIUC Faculty Association.All employees are required to report any such innovation through their respective SIU Entity where the employee resides and the SIU Entity will determine the disposition thereof, in the manner set forth below.Innovations include anything: 1) developed within the scope of an employee's duties; 2) developed in whole or in part by the use of University facilities or resources; 3) developed as the result of efforts carried on by, or under the direction of, any employee, student, or other user of University facilities or resources; or 4) developed in part or in full from University funds or from funds under the control of or administered by the Board.
The Board therefore encourages faculty and staff to seek intellectual property protection when warranted.