Policy on Effort Certification
The University receives federal funding and is therefore subject to the requirements established by the Office of Management and Budget within the Uniform Guidance (2 CFR Chapter I, Chapter II, Part 200, et al., Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards). To receive federal funding, the Uniform Guidance requires that institutions maintain a system of internal control which provides reasonable assurance that charges to federally sponsored projects are accurate, allowable and properly al
Policy on Retroactive Salary Distribution Changes
Implementation of Regents' Policy Concerning Research Grants, Contracts, and Agreements
I. Regents’ Policy
The mission of the University is to generate and disseminate knowledge in the public interest. Essential to this mission are two fundamental principles: open scholarly exchange and academic freedom. Normally, these principles are mutually supportive. On those rare occasions when they conflict, they must be balanced, taking into account the University’s mission and the public interest.
University of Michigan Technology Transfer Policy
APPLICABILITY AND SCOPE OF POLICY
This Policy implements Section 3.10 of the Bylaws of the Board of Regents. The Policy further defines the ownership, distribution, and commercialization of rights associated with Intellectual Property developed at or received by the University of Michigan, and describes the general obligations associated with the technology licensing process.
Travel and Business Hosting Expense Policy
Recruitment and Employment
The University of Michigan endeavors to create the broadest and most diverse pool possible of qualified candidates for employment opportunities. Units are encouraged to develop recruitment strategies designed to produce candidate pools that are reflective of the relevant labor market. Units can discuss recruitment strategies with their appropriate Human Resources office. These regulations are subject to specific provisions covered by collective bargaining agreements.
EEO Affirmative Action Policy for Individuals with Disabilities
Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
The University recognizes that faculty or staff members may experience issues of daily living, display behavioral problems or have other difficulties that may affect their work and personal lives. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services will be provided at no cost to provide emotional support, assessment, information, problem resolution and, if necessary, referral to other resources that can serve as an aid to the individual(s) seeking help.