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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ("UNC") One Card is a multipurpose identification card that also serves as a card for library and meal plan use, building access, copy and print services and access to campus events. This Cardholder Agreement document explains how to get a One Card, how to report a lost or stolen One Card, and financial responsibilities that come with having a UNC One Card.
This Standard provides requirements for the procurement of accessible Digital Content, Resources, and Technology (“Digital Material”). Implementing this standard will ensure that all individuals have access to Digital Material purchased by or on behalf of the University in compliance with the Policy on Digital Accessibility and with governing law.
This Standard sets out the minimum requirements for creating accessible Digital Content, Resources, and Technology (“Digital Material”) to advance the University’s commitment to providing equitable access in compliance with the University Policy on Digital Accessibility. Accessibility is a shared responsibility among those who maintain University Digital Material.
The University is committed to establishing a welcoming and equitable digital experience. This policy provides direction on creating an accessible experience that enhances usability for everyone. Implementing this policy will ensure that all individuals have access to Digital Content, Resources, and Technology (“Digital Material”) provided by or on behalf of the University.
The purpose of this Standard is to ensure sufficient space for rats with litters that will allow pups to develop to weaning age without detrimental effects, and to house adult rats in space that is sufficient for their needs.
The purpose of this policy is to define minimum security controls for devices in use at the UNC School of Medicine. Individual departments/units may apply stricter controls to protect information and devices in their areas of responsibility. The policy applies to each School of Medicine Constituent for any covered device under their control, including personal devices (“Bring Your Own Device” - “BYOD”).
The standards described provide guidance to all researchers and animal handlers administering chemical agents, whether they be pharmaceutical or non-pharmaceutical grade.
The purpose of this standard is to ensure that the advantages and disadvantages for animal identification methods in addition to the required training for certain techniques are communicated to animal users.
This policy addresses access, disclosure and use of protected health information (defined below) for University research (including research in the School of Medicine, which is part of the UNC Health Care System HIPAA covered entity) in accord with the Privacy regulations of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
The University strives to create a welcoming and safe environment for all individuals. Consistent with this goal, the University will not employ individuals or appoint unpaid affiliates with prior non-expunged criminal convictions, arrests, charges or driving records (when applicable) who are determined to pose an unacceptable safety risk to the University or its employees, students and visitors.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill) is a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina and an agency of the State of North Carolina and is open and responsive to information requests from the public and the news media. UNC-Chapel Hill is committed to a policy of openness, honesty, and cooperation.
This SOP discusses rules governing investigator self-experimentation and experimentation on family members of investigators.
To set forth the standards of research conduct expected of members of the research community at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (University or UNC-CH) consistent with the UNC-CH Policy on Research Code of Conduct (Code).
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (University or UNC-CH), as one of the leading public research universities in the nation, is committed to maintaining the integrity and validity of the academic research conducted by faculty, staff and students. The University therefore holds to the fundamental belief that research should be conducted and the results of research disseminated, honestly, accurately and in accordance with the highest of professional standards.
This procedure establishes the process to manage New Safety Information. This procedure begins when OHRE receives New Safety Information (regardless of whether the information is reportable). This procedure ends when the New Safety Information has been resolved administratively or the Principal Investigator (PI), Institutional Official, and if applicable, Federal Regulatory Agencies have been notified of final determinations made by the convened IRB.