POLICY OF ETHICAL PRACTICE

1. Introduction
2. Purpose
3. Ethical Behavior
4. Conflicts of Interest
5. Officer and Key Employee Conflicts of Interest
6. Financial Integrity Disclosure and Other Reporting
7. Confidentiality
8. Academic Freedom
9. Protection and Proper Use of University Assets
10. Disclosures
11. Violations - Consequences
12. Reporting Responsibility and Procedures
13. Handling of Reported Violations
14. Acting in Good Faith
Reporting Guidelines
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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10. Disclosures

As outlined in Section 4 of this policy, the disclosure form should be utilized when a conflict of interest, or even the appearance of one, exists. Disclosures for employees may be approved only by Robert Morris University's president, senior vice president for academic affairs, senior vice president for business affairs, or senior vice president for institutional advancement, and must be in writing. Disclosures for officers and key employees will be disclosed on a separate form annually and will be updated as new conflicts arise and must be approved by the chair of the Board of Trustees (the "Board") and documented in the minutes to the Executive Committee of the Board.

Robert Morris University continually reviews its policies and procedures and reserves the right to modify, supplement, amend or delete any provisions of this Policy.