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Course Curriculum Syllabus


Term 1
  Course: GS-GS-6600: Foundations A: Molecules to Systems
Course Director(s): Sifers, Richard
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Mon Aug 011:00 PMN315Nucleic AcidsNucleic acid structure, DNA supercoiling, RNA, Aptamers, Nucleic acid-based diseases (chemical biology and drug discovery)Young, Damian
  Wed Aug 031:00 PMN315Carbohydrates and LipidsMonosaccharides, Polysaccharides, Glycoproteins, Carbohydrate-based diseases, (chemical biology and drug discovery), Lipid classification, Properties of lipids and aggregates, Lipid-based diseases (chemical biology)Young, Damian
  Fri Aug 051:00 PMN315Proteins 1The Amino acids, protein structure (primary, secondary, etc.), Thermodynamics of protein folding, Protein classification into familiesWang, Jin
  Fri Aug 052:30 PMN315Discussion Groups - 1
  Mon Aug 081:00 PMN315Proteins 2Enzymology (kinetics), Inhibitors (competitive, etc.), Protein-based diseases (chemical biology and drug discovery)Wang, Jin
  Mon Aug 085:15 PMN315Module 1
  Wed Aug 101:00 PMN315Organelle BiogenesisProtein trafficking principles, Protein trafficking schemes, Signaling motifs and cognate receptors.Sifers, Richard
  Fri Aug 121:00 PMN315Protein topologySequence-directed protein topology in cell membranesSifers, Richard
  Mon Aug 151:00 PMN315Vesicular transport of proteinsSecretory pathway and vesicular transport, Vesicle coat proteins, directional protein transport (budding, fusion, lipid recycling), Microtubules and motor proteinsSifers, Richard
  Wed Aug 171:00 PMN315ExocytosisProtein delivery to lysosomesSifers, Richard
  Fri Aug 191:00 PMN315Intracellular protein phase separagionCell organelle evolution and roles, Lipid compositions and exchange among intracellular membranes.Lee, Jason
  Fri Aug 192:30 PMN315Discussion Groups - 2
  Fri Aug 195:15 PMN315Module 2
  Mon Aug 221:00 PMN315Signal transduction and ion transport overviewLevels and mechanisms, General properties of membrane and nuclear receptors, Mechanisms to transmit signals throughout cells, Crosstalk, ExosomesGarcia, Thomas
  Wed Aug 241:00 PMN315Relevant PTMs in Signal TransductionPhosphorylation, Acetylation, Methylation, Ubiquitination, Lipid additionsGarcia, Thomas
  Fri Aug 261:00 PMN315Calcium and Phospholipase signlaingCalcium and its protein complexes, Phosphoinositides, Phospholipase D, Protein kinase C, IP3 receptors, Ca2+-regulated channels, AnnexinsGarcia, Thomas
  Fri Aug 262:30 PMN315Discussion Groups - 3
  Mon Aug 291:00 PMN315Membrane-bound receptorsTopics to be covered: Tyrosine kinases and downstream signaling, Serine kinases (i.e., TGF beta) and downstream signalingGarcia, Thomas
  Wed Aug 311:00 PMN315GPCRsG proteins and downstream signalsGarcia, Thomas
  Wed Aug 315:15 PMN315Module 3
  Fri Sep 021:00 PMN315
  Wed Sep 071:00 PMN315DNA replicationDNA replication and its control in cell cycleIra, Grzegorz
  Fri Sep 091:00 PMN315DNA damage and repairDNA damage and basic DNA repair pathways (NER,BER, NHEJ, & HR)Ira, Grzegorz
  Fri Sep 092:30 PMN315Discussion Groups - 4
  Mon Sep 121:00 PMN315Cell division and cell cyclePhases of cell cycle, cyclins and CDKsDang, Weiwei
  Wed Sep 141:00 PMN315Regulation of cell cycle and checkpointsFactors regulating cell cycle from yeast to mammals, checkpoint regulatorsDang, Weiwei
  Wed Sep 145:15 PMN315Module 4
  Fri Sep 161:00 PMN315Mendelian GeneticsBasics of Mendel, Punnett Square, tree diagram, altered ratios and epistasisDierick, Herman
  Mon Sep 191:00 PMN315Mutations and mutantsRecessive and dominant mutants, types of dominance, penetrance and expressivityDierick, Herman
  Wed Sep 211:00 PMN315Meiosis, linkage & mappingMeiosis as the underlying mechanism of Mendelian inheritance, linkage and mapping (2-point, 3-point/deletion mapping)Dierick, Herman
  Fri Sep 231:00 PMN315Human Pedigree analysis & genomicsDierick, Herman
  Mon Sep 261:00 PMN315Genetic screenDisrupting genes, screening for mutant phenotypes, and identifying genes by complementation analysisBates, David
  Wed Sep 281:00 PMN315Gene interactionsGenetic suppression and synthetic enhancement, using one gene to find relaBates, David
  Fri Sep 301:00 PMN315Epistatis analysisDetermining the order of function of genes in regulatory and metabolic pathwaysBates, David
  Fri Sep 302:30 PMN315Discussion Groups - 5
  Fri Sep 305:15 PMN315Module 5
  Course: GS-GS-5113: Effective Project Design and Management
Course Director(s): Samuel, Buck \ Kaochar, Salma
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Thu Sep 011:00 PMN315What is a Thesis and How to Get StartedThe concept of a thesis as it relates to project scope and the concept of hypothesis and non-hypothesis driven projects. Samuel, Buck
  Thu Sep 081:00 PMN315How to Generate Ideas and Turn Them into ProjectsThe advantages of being able to develop your own ideas and how mentors can point out the path and you can pave it.Samuel, Buck
  Thu Sep 151:00 PMN315Identifying Publishable Units and Scientific StorytellingSmall group practice sessions focusing on how to identify publishable units, ‘flipping the story’ and moving beyond a timeline of experiments to tell the story that you want.Samuel, Buck
  Thu Sep 221:00 PMN315Project ManagementStoryboarding outcomes and participate in small group discussions to provide feedback on what worked wellSamuel, Buck
  Thu Sep 291:00 PMN315Case StudiesSamuel, Buck
  Course: GS-GS-5101: Responsible Conduct of Research - Year 1
Course Director(s): Swindell, Eric
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Wed Aug 032:30 PMN315(1L2) Responsible Authorship and PublicationsGiving credit when credit is due, when to cite or not, how to use direct quotes, paraphrasing, plagiarism, copyright and copyright permission. Swindell, Eric
  Wed Aug 102:30 PMN315(1M) The Mentor/Mentee RelationshipSelecting a lab and developing a group of mentors, what to look for in the mentor/mentee relationship, keeping on track toward your degree.Smith, Carolyn
  Wed Aug 172:30 PMN315(1L3) Resilience Coping with academic challenges Yang, Peggy
  Wed Aug 242:30 PMN315(1L7) The Impact of Diversity & Representation in ScienceInteractive discussions based on reviews of historical data and cases related to the impact of diversity and representation in science.Monsivais, Diana
  Wed Aug 312:30 PMN315(1L1) Data Acquisition & Record-Keeping ResponsiblitiesResponsibilities for record keeping, challenges in keeping accurate and understandable notebooks, ownership of research materials, reagent/data sharing.Nelson, David
  Wed Sep 072:30 PMN315(1C) Case StudiesSmall Group discussions with a faculty discussion leader
  Wed Sep 142:30 PMN315(1L6) Setting Goals for Your Scientific Development & Success in Graduate SchoolCareer paths for the professional scientist, career decisions (how and when to make them), what to do in your first year to ensure your success, developing curiosity, coursework (what to expect in grad school), lifelong learning, where to get help and information, thinking now about the next step.Swindell, Eric
  Wed Sep 212:30 PMN315(1L5) Rigor & ReproducibilityReproducibility, transparency, authentication of key biological and chemical resources, types of replication, blinding and randomizationPautler, Robia
  Course: GS-GS-5111: Strategies for Success in Graduate School
Course Director(s): Samuel, Melanie \ Arey, Rachel
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Thu Aug 189:00 AMM112How to Choose a MentorThe characteristics of good mentors and how to choose and evaluate a lab. Arey, Rachel
  Tue Aug 231:00 PMN315How to Be an Effective MenteeSuccess in navigating and fostering your relationship with your mentor and understanding your role in a lab. Taking ownership over your graduate career and how to have difficult conversations with your PISamuel, Melanie
  Tue Aug 301:00 PMN315A Sense of Belonging in Science - Part 1Inclusivity in science and the remaining challenges we have as a community to make science and STEM an environment where everyone can succeedArey, Rachel
  Tue Sep 061:00 PMN315Evidence-Based Decision Making During Challenging MomentsBrainstorm and discuss potential solutions for improving inclusivity in science and leveling the playing field. Yang, Peggy
  Tue Sep 201:00 PMN315Networking and Planning your Graduate CareerPrinciples of inside out versus outside in motivation, the choices and day to day realities of different career paths, resources for career planning, and what goes in the Individual Development Plan (IDP). Samuel, Melanie
  Course: GS-GS-6400: Foundations B: Biostatistics
Course Director(s): Hilsenbeck, Susan \ Minard, Charles
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Mon Aug 012:30 PMN315Introduction and overviewHilsenbeck, Susan
  Thu Aug 042:30 PMN315Labs: Install and introduce R, data management
  Mon Aug 082:30 PMN315Summarizing numerical dataWang, Tao
  Thu Aug 112:30 PMN315Labs: Summarize data, statistics and graphs
  Mon Aug 152:30 PMN315Differences between groupsHilsenbeck, Susan
  Thu Aug 182:30 PMN315Differences between two groupsMinard, Charles
  Mon Aug 222:30 PMN315Multiple ComparisonsHilsenbeck, Susan
  Thu Aug 252:30 PMN315Labs: ANOVA, t-test, multiple comparisons
  Mon Aug 292:30 PMN315Rates and ProportionsMinard, Charles
  Thu Sep 012:30 PMN315Labs: Rates and Proportions
  Thu Sep 082:30 PMN315Power and sample sizeWang, Tao
  Mon Sep 122:30 PMN315Confidence intervalsMinard, Charles
  Thu Sep 152:30 PMN315Labs: Power and sample size, confidence intervals
  Mon Sep 192:30 PMN315Linear RegressionWang, Tao
  Thu Sep 222:30 PMN315Regression, CorrelationWang, Tao
  Mon Sep 262:30 PMN315
  Thu Sep 292:30 PMN315Labs: Linear Regression, Correlations
Term 2
  Course: GS-GS-5102: Responsible Conduct of Research - Year 2
Course Director(s): Swindell, Eric
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Tue Oct 1110:00 AMN315(2L2) Ethics of Biomedical Studies with AnimalsWhen can animals be used ethically in research, avoiding unnecessary pain/suffering and euthanasia, appropriate selection of numbers/types of animals in research, animal use approval.
  Tue Oct 1810:00 AMN315(2M) Mentorship Year TwoMeeting with 2nd year students and their mentors, matching expectations between mentor & student, developing communications channels, picking an appropriate thesis topic, the thesis committee as a resource
  Tue Nov 0110:00 AMN315(2L1) Research Misconduct - NIH-b3 - Safe Practices in the LaboratoryDefinitions - Falsification, fabrication, plagiarism - whistleblowers, allegations, investigations, penalties. College policy and mechanisms for handling misconduct allegations, federal policies and procedures. (NIH b3) Safe Practices in the Laboratory
  Tue Nov 0810:00 AMN315(2C) Case StudiesScientific Misconduct & Research with Animals
  Tue Nov 1510:00 AMN315(2L3) Conflict ResolutionPotential causes of conflict during graduate training, approaches to conflict resolution.
  Tue Nov 2910:00 AMN315(1L7) The Impact of Diversity & Representation to ScienceInteractive discussions based on reviews of historical data and cases related to the impact of diversity and representation in science.
  Course: GS-GS-5112: Powerful Presentations
Course Director(s): Samuel, Melanie \ Watkins, Trent
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Tue Oct 111:00 PMN315Class IntroductionThe need and value of the course; An example ‘typical’ 10 min talk; and; Participate in subgroups to critique the talk from which guidelines for a great presentation will be generated to guide the class.
  Tue Oct 181:00 PMN315The Through-Line - a Central Message for an Effective TalkClass-generated great presentation guidelines; Wxample of a 10 min talk that incorporates this feedback; Participate in breakout sessions to discuss each student’s through line and talk framework
  Tue Oct 251:00 PMN315Effective Slide Construction and Data DeliveryGive an example ‘typical’ data slide presentation; and Participate in subgroups to critique the slide from which guidelines for great slides will be generated to guide the class.
  Thu Nov 0311:30 AMN315Presenting Works in ProgressClass-generated great slide presentation guidelines; Revised example of data slide presentation; Discussion how to present works in progress where data are not conclusive; and Participate in breakout sessions to review and discuss each student’s two slide presentation on their own work
  Tue Nov 151:00 PMN315Group Work on Presentations
  Tue Nov 291:00 PMN315Group Presentations, Part 1
  Tue Dec 061:00 PMN315Group Presentations, Part 2
Term 3
  Course: GS-GS-5105: Scientific Writing
Course Director(s): Marriott, Susan
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Mon Jan 091:00 PMN315Overview and Words• Technical Writing: Goals and strategies • Who is the reader and what do they know • Word selection and use • Precise word choice • Simple word use • Using power words • Brevity – omit unnecessary words • Minimize hedging words • Word placement
  Mon Jan 231:00 PMN315SentencesHomework discussion • Assembling words into sentences - the importance of position • Active and passive voice • Verb tense and Subject – Verb agreement • Minimizing noun clusters • Dangers of pronoun use • Parallel form, comparisons, and lists • Spelling, punctuation, and grammar • Readability-sentence length
  Mon Jan 301:00 PMN315ParagraphsHomework discussion • Assembling sentences into paragraphs - the importance of position • Paragraph organization • Consistent order of ideas and topics • Creating continuity and flow • Linking key words • Transitioning between paragraphs • Concise writing • Readability-paragraph length
  Mon Feb 061:00 PMN315The Process of WritingWriting the First Draft • Prewriting • Getting Organized and Using Outlines • Building and Keeping Your Momentum
  Course: GS-GS-5201: Fundamental Teaching Skills
Course Director(s): Swindell, Eric
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Fri Jan 069:30 AMN302Introduction; Course Syllabus DesignIntroduction to course objectives, discussion of syllabus design, policy creation, FERPA, and other element at the start of course design.Swindell, Eric
  Fri Jan 139:30 AMN302Learning Objectives & AssessmentPlanning and development of course goals and learning objectives, followed by methodologies to implement and assess them.Love, Sherita
  Fri Jan 209:30 AMN302Technology in TeachingAn overview current of learning technologies and how they can be best utilized in the classroomLove, Sherita
  Fri Jan 279:30 AMN302Lecture Presentation SkillsA discussion of the best (and worst) practices of lecturing in a college environment, implementing interactive technologies, and creating effective lecture slides
  Fri Feb 039:30 AMN302Student Engagement; Connecting with Your Class 1The importance of preparing the classroom to be an environment conductive to learning and managing the classroom during class activities so that all parties are engaged and distraction free.Love, Sherita
  Fri Feb 109:30 AMN302Active LearningIntroduction to teaching strategies that involves actively engaging students through discussions, problem solving, case studies, role plays and other methods. Also, skills for assessment of active learning activities.Moreno, Nancy
  Fri Feb 179:30 AMN302Facilitating/Learning Small GroupsA discussion of the purpose and efficacy of including small group learning in the classroom, including strategies to ensure equitable group participation and informed assessment of outcomes.Moreno, Nancy
  Fri Feb 249:30 AMN302Student Engagement; Connecting with Your Class 2The importance of acknowledging that student wellness and external factors can impact the learning environment. How to engage with students who express difficulty, and how to refer students to appropriate campus personnel to address elevated issues.Yang, Peggy
  Course: GS-GS-6103: Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacogenetics
Course Director(s): Scheurer, Michael \ Bernhardt, Melanie
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Wed Jan 041:00 PMN310Introduction to Pharmacogenetics & PharmacoepidemiologyIntroduction to Pharmacogenetics & PharmacoepidemiologyScheurer, Michael
  Wed Jan 111:00 PMN310Basics of Clinical Pharmacokinetics & PharmacodynamicsBasics of Clinical Pharmacokinetics & PharmacodynamicsBernhardt, Melanie
  Wed Jan 181:00 PMN310Clinical and Research Resources in GenomicsClinical and Research Resources in GenomicsScheurer, Michael
  Wed Jan 251:00 PMN310Clinical Applications and Case Studies in PharmacogenomicsClinical Applications and Case Studies in PharmacogenomicsBernhardt, Melanie
  Wed Feb 011:00 PMN310Bioinformatics in PharmacogenomicsBioinformatics in PharmacogenomicsVenner, Eric
  Wed Feb 081:00 PMN310Metabolomics & EpigeneticsMetabolomics & EpigeneticsScheurer, Michael
  Wed Feb 151:00 PMN310Genomic Technologies, Platforms, TestsGenomic Technologies, Platforms, TestsFisher, Kevin
  Wed Feb 221:00 PMN310Case Study/Specific Aims DiscussionCase Study/Specific Aims DiscussionBernhardt, Melanie
  Course: GS-GS-6205: Fundamentals of Epidemiology
Course Director(s): Scheurer, Michael \ Brown, Austin
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Mon Jan 091:00 PMN317Measuring DiseaseMeasuring DiseaseScheurer, Michael
  Mon Jan 092:00 PMN317Ecological and Cross-Sectional StudiesEcological and Cross-Sectional StudiesMontealegre, Jane
  Mon Jan 231:00 PMN317Case-Control StudiesCase-Control StudiesRichard, Melissa
  Mon Jan 232:00 PMN317Cohort StudiesCohort StudiesRichard, Melissa
  Mon Jan 301:00 PMN317Causation/Assessing the Epidemiological LiteratureCausation/Assessing the Epidemiological LiteratureBrown, Austin
  Mon Jan 302:00 PMN317Measure of EffectMeasure of EffectBrown, Austin
  Mon Feb 061:00 PMN317Rates and StandardizationRates and StandardizationScheurer, Michael
  Mon Feb 062:00 PMN317ScreeningScreeningMontealegre, Jane
  Mon Feb 131:00 PMN317Molecular EpidemiologyMolecular EpidemiologyBrown, Austin
  Mon Feb 132:00 PMN317Infectious Disease EpidemiologyInfectious Disease EpidemiologySahni, Leila
  Mon Feb 201:00 PMN317Journal Club SessionJournal Club SessionScheurer, Michael
  Mon Feb 202:00 PMN317Exam ReviewBrown, Austin
  Course: GS-GS-5103: Responsible Conduct of Research - Year 3
Course Director(s): Swindell, Eric
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Tue Jan 1010:00 AMN315(3L5) Rigor and Reproducibility - Part BContinuation of discussions on reproducibility, transparency, authentication of key biological and chemical resources, types of replication, blinding and randomization.Bertuch, Alison
  Tue Jan 1710:00 AMN315(3L1) Authorship/Peer Review & Other Conflicts of InterestOrganizing your paper, preparing manuscripts, who should be an author, responsibilities of an author, manuscript review systems, responsibilities of a reviewer, dealing with criticism - (NIH a) Other Conflicts of Interest - conflicts of interest in the peer review process, financial and professional conflicts and their management.Swindell, Eric
  Thu Jan 2610:00 AMKleberg(1L7) The Impact of Diversity & Representation on ScienceInteractive discussions based on reviews of historical data and cases related to the impact of diversity and representation in science.Monsivais, Diana
  Tue Jan 3110:00 AMN315(3M) MentorshipMeeting with 3rd year students and their mentors, matching expectations between mentor student, developing communication channels, assessing your progress, risky experiments and backup projects, the thesis committee as a resource.Smith, Carolyn
  Tue Feb 0710:00 AMN315(3L3) Navigating the Mid-PointTools & tips for navigating motivation issues typical during the middle years of doctoral study, including unhooking from roadblocks and increasing motivation.Yang, Peggy
  Tue Feb 1410:00 AMN315(3L2) Collaborative Research including Collaborations with IndustryThe values/responsibilities of collaboration, establishing collaborative relationships, grants, contracts, intellectual property considerations, impact of industry collaborations on publication, thesis submission.Zechiedrich, Elizabeth
  Tue Feb 2110:00 AMN315(3C) Case Studies: Peer Review & CollaborationPeer review of grants and papers, conflicts of interest, collaboration (small group discussion format with faculty facilitator).
  Course: GS-GS-5104: Responsible Conduct of Research - Year 4
Course Director(s): Swindell, Eric
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Thu Jan 1210:00 AMN315(4M) MentorshipMeeting with 4nd year students and their mentors, matching expectations between mentor student, maintaining communication channels, timeline for graduation, backup projects, the thesis committee as a resource, career decisions, the next steps.Smith, Carolyn
  Thu Jan 1910:00 AMN315(4L1) Ethics of Research with Human SubjectsDefinition of research with human subjects, experiments with human material, confidentiality of medical data, experiments involving humans, informed consent.Munoz-Rivas, Flor
  Thu Jan 2610:00 AMKleberg(1L7) The Impact of Diversity & Representation to ScienceInteractive discussions based on reviews of historical data and cases related to the impact of diversity and representation in science.Monsivais, Diana
  Thu Feb 0210:00 AMN315(4L2) The Scientist as a Responsible Member of SocietyContemporary ethical issues in biomedical research and the environmental and societal impacts of scientific researchFletcher, Faith
  Thu Feb 0910:00 AMN315(4C) Case Studies: Human Research and Science & SocietyResearch with human subjects, societal impact of research (genetics/genomics, stem cells, neuroethics) (small group discussion format with faculty facilitator.
  Thu Feb 1610:00 AMN315(4L3) Steps to GraduationExplanation of the benchmarks and deadlines for the completion of academic study beyond the 4th year, including dissertation prep, binding, and other required steps to graduate.Swindell, Eric
Term 4
  Course: GS-GS-5107: Leadership Skills
Course Director(s): Fuqua, Suzanne
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Tue Mar 1411:00 AMN317Personality Preference and Leadership StypesPersonality Preference and Leadership StypesFuqua, Suzanne
  Thu Mar 1611:00 AMN317Change & Time ManagementChange & Time ManagementSmith, Carolyn
  Tue Mar 2111:00 AMN317Communication and ExerciseCommunication and ExerciseJagneaux, Melanie
  Thu Mar 2311:00 AMN317Conflict ManagementConflict Management and ExerciseJagneaux, Melanie
  Tue Mar 2811:00 AMN317Teaching SkillsTeaching Skills and ExerciseHilsenbeck, Susan
  Thu Mar 3011:00 AMN317Team BuildingTeam BuildingPereira, Frederick
  Tue Apr 0411:00 AMN317Awareness of the Big PictureNavigating Complex OrganizationsMoreno, Nancy
  Thu Apr 0611:00 AMN317Negotiation Skills-Building Exercises & Course Wrap-UpNegotiation Skills-Building & Course Wrap-UpFuqua, Suzanne
  Course: GS-GS-5106: Intellectual Property
Course Director(s): Turley, C.
  DateStart TimeRoomLectureDescriptionLecturer
  Tue Apr 1111:00 AMN317Introduction and OverviewBrief introduction to law, including discussion of statutes, regulations, guidelines, and judicial interpretation (case law). Also included will be a brief discussion of the US Courts and how case law is made.Turley, C.
  Thu Apr 1311:00 AMN317Patents OverviewWhat patents are and how to obtain a patent.Turley, C.
  Tue Apr 1811:00 AMN317Patents in DepthWhat can be patented, how to read and understand a patent. Discussion of cases involving patentability of life forms and genes.Turley, C.
  Thu Apr 2011:00 AMN317Patent Infringement and International PatentingWhat constitutes infringement. How to obtain patents outside of the USA.Turley, C.
  Tue Apr 2511:00 AMN317Trademarks, Trade Secrets, and AgreementsOverview of trademarks and trade secrets and how these differ from patents. Overview of the different types of intellectual property agreements you may encounter as an inventor.Turley, C.
  Thu Apr 2711:00 AMN317CopyrightsCopyright law, particularly with regard to course content and articles and other faculty publications.Turley, C.
  Tue May 0211:00 AMN317Course ReviewReview of key concepts learned in class as applied to real-world situations.Turley, C.
  Thu May 0411:00 AMN317"Now What?"Now that you have learned about intellectual property, what can you do with this information?Turley, C.

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