University Compliance Services (UCS) is responsible for the strategic design and implementation of the Compliance & Ethics Program (CEP), providing education and training for faculty/staff to help develop strategies to avoid compliance and ethics failures. (more information)
A reminder about existing requirements for all essential international travel: Under these guidelines, all international travelers, faculty, staff and students on official university business must register with the group International SOS. Any official travel to Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea must be approved by university officials.
Upon return, any travelers to Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea must be prepared to work with local health officials to undergo screenings and other possible restrictions.
For more information about those policies, please visit our travel manager website.
The safety of our students, faculty and staff always comes first.
CW401 - Compliance and Ethics for Supervisors
Participants will examine news articles to learn about compliance and ethics in higher education. The session will highlight supervisors role in cultivating ethical behavior and supporting compliance as well as the importance of and ways to maintain an ethical workplace. Participants will also become familiar with the role and function of University Compliance Services. Attendees will also receive credit for CW 101, a class required for all employees every two years.
**NEW!!** Online Discussion Groups for CW 401 in Canvas!
Cover the same material as the classroom session, but online at your own desk. Classes are open 2 weeks and participants can contribute at their own pace. Registration for January is now open.
CW404 - Compliance and Ethics for Students: What Would YOU Do?
In this SEED workshop for student employees we will look at some examples of compliance and ethics in the workplace. Through a series of "what would you do" exercises, you and your team will discuss common ethical dilemmas. Knowing key concepts of compliance and ethics will not only help you in your current position, it will also give you an advantage in launching in your professional career.
February 11, 5-6 p.m. in POB 2.402 March 24, 5-6 p.m. in POB 2.402
PN 965 - Moving Beyond Generational Differences
Generational differences can affect every aspect of the employment relationship. If you don't understand how people communicate or value different things, it can cause misunderstandings within your team. In this class we will discuss the values of each generation and discuss ways of working through conflict.
February 11, 3:30-4:30 in POB 2.402
March 24, 3:30-4:30 in POB 2.402
The University has established the Compliance and Ethics Program to ensure that we have a working environment that enables each of us to conduct business in accordance with the highest ethical standards. Through training, support, and assurance, this office provides an essential service to the University.
Have video or photography skills? Looking for volunteer opportunities?
We need volunteers with video and photography skills to help us improve the quality of images found in our training.
Your images could go out to approximately 20,000 faculty and staff as part of their employment with the university.
To say thank you for your time, we are happy to provide you with something you can use for your portfolio or to share with your friends.
If you are interested, please contact Jaime Davis.