Those are the easy/obvious ones I guess
A brief off the top of my head list of faculties:
Science (this one can be broken down further I reckon into genetics, pharmacology, psychology etc)
Arts & Humanities
So any ideas about which of our policies/ideas could instantly grab someone interested in these areas (in poster form, so in not too much rambling detail obviously). It may seem like over-kill but I'd like to at least attempt to appeal to as many people as possible.
This extends further than students of course but hitting the unis is something I'd like to do ASAP for the SE2011 campaign.
Medicine: This might have already been mentioned regarding drug patents.
Science: "If I have seen a little further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants"
. Prevention of derivative works goes against this.
Arts & Humanities: Quite a lot of classical art/literature was created before copyright. Why is it needed now?
Education: Sharing ideas is pretty much the basis of education. I think sharing of teaching resources is fairly common among teachers.
Business: This would need some looking into, I seem to recall reading somewhere that legal costs due to copyright laws are fairly significant, particularly among businesses. Also, I remember reading somewhere that Google said they wouldn't have been able to operate properly if they started in the UK due to copyright laws, regarding fair use I think.