Administration & Finance

A. Introduction

The University of Colorado at Boulder's presence on the World Wide Web is essential to its mission of teaching, research, creative work, and public service. Thus, the university's web guidelines seeks to establish standards that will:

POLICY STATEMENT

Introduction
The University of Colorado Boulder recognizes that smoking any substance presents a public health hazard. The University is dedicated to providing a healthy, comfortable and educationally productive learning environment for faculty, staff, students and visitors. As such, it shall be the policy of the Boulder Campus that smoking will not be allowed in either indoor or outdoor areas of the campus.

Commitment to Protection of Individual Privacy

A. Purpose of this Policy

The purpose of this policy is to establish requirements and standards for the placement of all free publications and newspaper distribution racks in General Fund academic, research, and administrative buildings (“Buildings”). This policy does not apply to other campus buildings such as student housing, UCSU operated buildings and others that are listed on Attachment A. Those buildings may have their own policy on the placement of free publication and newspaper distribution racks.

I. Introduction

This policy covers the naming of major facilities at the University of Colorado at Boulder.  This includes buildings, wings of buildings, recreational fields, plazas, fountains, roadways, and similar facilities.  The policy also covers the naming of smaller facilities, such as classrooms, seminar rooms, lecture halls, laboratories, and interior portions of buildings.  Unless otherwise stated, the term "facilities" shall include both major and smaller facilities.

I. Introduction

A trademark is any word, symbol, or device used by a company/corporation to identify products or services and to distinguish them from those products or services offered by others. It can be a simple word, a logo, or even a slogan.

It is the policy of the University of Colorado at Boulder that all persons (faculty, student and staff) involved with the generation, handling and management of Hazardous Waste (HW) on Campus shall be properly trained and comply with all rules as specified by Federal and State regulations, permits and laws. HW Generators (HWGs) are responsible for training and management in their respective areas, as detailed below.

Purpose:

The Administration of the University of Colorado Boulder Campus is committed to protecting its students, faculty, staff, the public and the environment.  Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) is responsible for developing and maintaining programs which promote health, safety and sound environmental management.  EH&S program elements include, but are not limited to:

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