This course explains RIT’s Individual Conflict of Interest and Commitment policy, C4.0, and disclosure process that was approved by the university in 2007. This policy is designed to protect the integrity of the university, as well as faculty, staff, students and the scholarship process. This policy requires all regular RIT faculty and staff to disclose potential, real or perceived conflicts of interest or commitment annually to their immediate supervisor.
Although faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in this session, all supervisors are required to attend. This session is part of New Employee Orientation. If you are unable to attend a session listed below, contact The Center for Professional Development for additional session dates.
Facilitated by RIT's Global Risk Management Services.