BOARD OF TRUSTEES THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK 205 EAST 42ND STREET NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10017 REVISED CALENDAR JUNE 27, 2016 NO. 8. [INFORMATION ITEM] THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK – POLICY ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND EXPRESSIVE CONDUCT: The following item was placed on the calendar of the Board of Trustees […]
Dear Colleagues, We believe the creation of a policy affirming CUNY’s strong support of free speech is particularly important at this point in time, when the environment is fraught with examples of political interference in the process. This view has been articulated already in a number of list serve messages. However, we also heard your […]
To the University Community, I am writing to address some misunderstandings that have arisen concerning CUNY’s proposed Policy on Freedom of Expression and Expressive Conduct (the “Policy”). The purpose and effect of the Policy is to strengthen, not weaken, the University’s commitment to freedom of speech and assembly on our campuses. The Policy begins by […]
Please be reminded that CUNY’s Conflicts of Interest Policy and the New York State Public Officers Law prohibit the acceptance of gifts of more than nominal value from interested sources. Accordingly, as a CUNY employee you may not solicit or accept such gifts, either directly or indirectly, from any interested source, regardless of whether the […]
Drug/Alcohol Use – Amnesty Policy
Policy on Reporting Alleged Misconduct http://policy.cuny.edu/manual_of_general_policy/article_v/policy_5.181/pdf/#Navigation_Location
Article 15 Student Disciplinary Procedures http://policy.cuny.edu/bylaws/article_xv/text/#Navigation_Location
As the academic year is well underway and the holidays are upon us, many of you are invited to attend a seminar or conference paid for by a CUNY vendor; to participate in a golf outing sponsored by a publisher; to review or write textbooks; or to accept certain “tokens of appreciation” from your students or their parents. In connection with such activities, there are a number of rules to keep in mind. Under the New York State Public Officers Law, which governs all CUNY employees, including faculty at the senior and community colleges, attendance at a seminar or a conference given and paid for by a CUNY vendor, or acceptance of an incentive from a publisher or a “token” from a student, may constitute an acceptance of an unauthorized gift and a violation of the Public Officers Law.
The New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics (“JCOPE”) will be notifying CUNY faculty shortly (required filers only), by email, around October 14, 2012 regarding the requirement to file a Financial Disclosure Statement (“FDS”). The following questions and answers are intended to summarize for you the most important principles and dates.