Cleveland State University

The Cleveland State University Research Corporation

Related Resources

Established in 2006, the Cleveland State University Research Corporation (CSURC) is a not-for-profit corporation supporting Cleveland State University (CSU) by promoting, advancing and facilitating the research and technology transfer operations and activities of the University. In particular, the primary purpose of CSURC is to perform various administrative functions currently performed by the University’s Sponsored Programs and Research Services and the Office of Research with respect to the management and licensing of the University’s intellectual property rights, including its patents and copyrights. The CSURC also oversees the administration of research funds and research activities conducted by the University in furtherance of its exempt purposes.

The CSURC serves as a single point of contact for industrial partners seeking promising technologies and research projects from Cleveland State University. Through its efforts, industrial partners can expect increased efficiency and flexibility for the transfer of technology from the University.

engaged learning

Mailing Address
Cleveland State University
2121 Euclid Avenue
Parker Hannifin Hall, 2nd Floor
Cleveland, OH 44115-2214
Campus Location
Parker Hannifin Hall, 2nd Floor
2258 Euclid Avenue
Phone: 216.687.9364
Fax: 216.687.9214

This site contains files that require the free Adobe Reader to view.