Conflict of Interest

Conflict of Interest

Overview

What is considered a conflict of interest or commitment?
A conflict of interest exists when an employee’s financial or personal considerations may compromise, or have the appearance of compromising, an employee’s personal judgment in administration, management, instruction, research, and other professional and academic activities.

A conflict of commitment exists when professional service or research contracted outside the University interferes with the employee’s paramount obligations to students, colleagues, and the primary missions of the University.

Policies and Guidelines
COI Regulations
CITI Training
PHS Organizations
Guidence and Other Reports