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A State Agency or University employee working full-time has primary employment responsibility to the State. Other employment outside of State Agencies or Universities is considered secondary employment. An employee must notify his/her supervisor before engaging in any secondary employment.
This Policy provides guidelines to the UNC Health Care System (UNCHCS) and the University of the School of Medicine (SOM) Covered Personnel on how to engage with Vendors in ways that protect personal and institutional integrity.
The Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) occasionally has the opportunity to acquire equity in companies on behalf of the University as consideration for a license agreement. Inclusion of equity in such agreements may be in the best interest of technology transfer. Young companies often do not have the requisite cash reserves to compete with an established company for rights to University technology.
Dual employment with another State agency* occurs when a permanent SHRA employee, regardless of FLSA status, is needed on temporary and/or part-time basis by another State agency. This is limited to a situation in which the employee possesses specialized knowledge, skills and/or abilities not readily available in the requesting State agency's recruitment area.
This Policy is promulgated for the purpose of implementing the Board of Governors’ (BOG) Policy on Conflicts of Interest and Commitment Affecting Faculty and Non-Faculty EHRA Employees.
These policies and procedures for the Appointment, Promotion, and Reappointment Committee (APR) state the functions of the committee. The APR Committee recommends fixed term faculty to the Dean for appointments, promotions, and reappointments.
This document provides guidance to faculty and administrators on activities allowed under the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Policy on Use of University Resources in Support of Entrepreneurial Activities. However, deans, chairs, directors and supervisors must ultimately determine how their units' resources are utilized consistent with State and University policy.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill values and supports entrepreneurial activity by faculty. Faculty use of university resources in support of appropriate entrepreneurial activities may be allowed provided these activities do not conflict with applicable policies regarding use of public facilities for private gain. Incidental and minimal use of office, library, machine shop, personal desktop work stations, storage servers, communication devices, or clerical staff is permitted.
The UNC Adams School of Dentistry ("ASOD") works to advance the goals of providing quality health care, first class dental education, and transformational research consistent with the highest principles of integrity. Interaction with Vendors can support the ASOD's mission of education, research, service and patient care, but should not compromise patient confidentiality, interfere with patient care, bias research results, or bias the education of residents or students.
The purpose of this document is to establish the expectations for organizing and conducting activities relating to the UNC Adams School of Dentistry's annual Vendor Day.
A permanent full-time SHRA employee (regularly scheduled 40 hours each work week) normally is appointed to one position at one established rate of pay. However, the University allows additional employment for a permanent full-time employee under the circumstances outlined in this Policy.
This policy governs the acceptance of gifts to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (the "University") and Associated Entities of the University and applies to all employees and volunteers responsible for supporting fundraising on campus.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill adopted guidelines in 2006 on donations and curriculum development. The purpose of these guidelines is to promote early consultation with faculty about potential donations that have a material effect on the curriculum. Donations affecting the curriculum may originate within the university development office or within academic units. In most cases, faculty members will be unified in their desire to accept a proposed donation affecting the curriculum
This document prohibits SHRA employees from managing a political campaign, campaigning for political office, or otherwise engaging in political activity. SHRA employees are also prohibited from affecting the results of a partisan election involving candidates for office or party nominations through the use of: authority and prestige of position, State funds, or use of State property.
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors adopted a system-wide Policy that prohibits amorous or sexual relationships between faculty or staff employees and students they evaluate or supervise by virtue of their teaching, research, administrative, or other employment responsibility and students who are minors below the age of eighteen. The Policy also states that faculty or staff employees may not supervise or evaluate students to whom they are related by blood, law, or marriage