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Graduate Assistantships Available in Technology Transfer and Innovation

Office of Technology Transfer, College of Engineering and College of Business and Economics Employment and Internship Opportunities Available for Fall Semester 2011

Two Graduate Assistantships Available – 20 hours per week, full tuition waiver and monthly stipend

Looking for Graduate Students in Engineering, Sciences or Business who want to learn about intellectual property, technology development, market analysis, business formation and entrepreneurship. Graduate Assistants work independently and as a team member of the Innovation Team.

The Graduate Assistants on the Innovation Team will work closely with faculty members on technology development, market analysis, commercialization feasibility and intellectual property issues. The Graduate Assistant will also work directly with faculty inventors on their innovations by providing support on technology transfer and commercialization.

The Innovation Team is facilitated by the University’s Center for Entrepreneurship and the Office of Technology Transfer (http://www.boisestate.edu/research/tech/)

Industry experience or interest in technology development and commercialization, product development, market development, etc is helpful but not required. Academic training in engineering, sciences or business is helpful.

The duration of this Graduate Assistantship may be two semesters or four.

For additional information or to apply, please contact or email your resume and cover letter explaining how your interests and experience align with the graduate assistantship to Professor Kent Neupert at kneupert@boisestate.edu. Application deadline is: March 14, 2011.

One Graduate Assistantship Available – 20 hours per week, full tuition waiver and monthly stipend

Looking for Graduate Student in Engineering to work for Office of Technology Transfer Fellow. The faculty Fellow is responsible for implementing applied research projects from industry and identifying and developing technologies discovered in Boise State laboratories. This position will work directly with dynamic and productive faculty on their innovations. This position will have the opportunity to learn about intellectual property, technology development, and business formation and entrepreneurship. The Graduate Assistant would be involved in all Fellow activities primarily in the College of Engineering and College of Arts and Sciences.

The duration of this Graduate Assistantship may be one semester or two.

For additional information or to apply, please contact or email your resume and cover letter explaining how your interests and experience align with the graduate assistantship to Lyn Moore at lynmoore@boisestate.edu Application deadline is: March 14, 2011.

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