Governmental Activities and Outside Employment

(Information below in italics is reprinted from the Faculty Bylaws, Article X, Section 2)

The holding of public office is consistent with the principles of academic freedom, but intensive campaigning or a significant time requirement to perform the public duties may constitute interference with the faculty member’s loyalty to the University and to students. The amount and type of outside employment, especially with respect to outside teaching, consistent with the teaching objective is a matter to be resolved between the individual faculty member, the department chair, and the vice president for academic affairs. Research for monetary gain should be based upon an understanding between the individual faculty member and the University administration.

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