Application Deadline: March 3, 2017
CoMotion at the University of Washington is the collaborative innovation hub dedicated to expanding the societal impact of the UW community. By developing and connecting local and global innovation ecosystems, CoMotion helps innovators achieve the greatest impact from their discoveries.
The Technology Licensing Fellows Program offers interested students a great chance to understand the commercialization process and gain in-depth experience in university technology transfer. The Fellows program provides access to Seattle’s vibrant venture and entrepreneur communities and exposure to alternative career opportunities. Fellows develop real-world skills as they learn to assess new technologies, perform market research, and create marketing materials. Once trained, they work on clearly delineated early-stage projects. Fellows work a maximum of ten hours per week, and must be available to work at the CoMotion offices for at least two of those hours. Appointments are for one year, and can be renewed throughout the Fellow’s PhD program.
- Degree – Ph.D. level students with authorization to work in the US.
- Area of Study – Including, but not limited to, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry and Materials Sciences, Information Technologies, Medicine/Life Science.
- Consent of Ph.D. supervisor.
- Strong scientific/technical background
- Commitment and availability for 10 hours per week (for a minimum of 1 calendar year)
- Enthusiasm and willingness to tackle new challenges
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
For complete information about this opportunity, including how to apply, click here. Applicants selected for an interview will be contacted by March 10, 2017.