Monitoring Report Form Monitoring Form Monitoring Form To be used by disclosers who have a MOU with a monitoring component; to be completed and returned to the COIC Office in conjunction with annual DEPA submission, or when otherwise requested. Either format may be used. The discloser's signature is required.
Self-Authored Books, etc. Use of Self-Authored Instructional Material Approval Form During the DEPA reporting process, disclosers are asked to certify that department approval has been obtained for self-authored instructional material that is required in classes taught at CU. Copies of this approval form remains housed with the discloser and department (if required);it is not submitted to the COIC Office.
Outside Employment, Faculty Titles Consulting Approval Form(1/6th Rule). During the DEPA reporting process, disclosers are asked to certify that department approval for consulting outside of the University has been obtained. Pertains to all faculty titles: Research Associates, Professional Research Assistants, Research Professors, tenured & tenure track faculty, lecturer & instructor rank faculty as well as administrators with faculty rank. Copies of this approval form remain housed with the discloser and department; it is not submitted to the COIC Office.
Transactions with External Entities involving Funds 28 or 29; External Sales & Service Activities (ESA) Because of the serious consequences if accounting and reporting procedures are not properly handled regarding these activities, please contact:The Office of Industry Collaboration
Technology Transfer Office (TTO) For information governing: Intellectual Property (IP); patents/ licensing/copyrights/trademarks for discoveries/inventions/educational materials and software; start-up company development; materials transfer agreements. MaryBeth Vellequette is the primary contact for TTO issues related to Conflicts of Interest at CU Boulder.
Acceptance of Sponsorships Industry paid speaking engagements are expected to be reported via the DEPA. Both income and time spent engaged in the reported activity will be reviewed in regard to conflicts of interest and committment. The Office of University Controller provides general guidance for acceptance and acknolwedgment of event sponsorships.
Acceptance of Gifts or Economic Benefits as Rewards or Inducements In Colorado, an employee of a public institution of higher education is considered a "government employee" and subject to the provisions of the Colorado Consititution Article XXIX Ethics in Government Amendment 41 and Rules of Conduct as stipulated in 24-18-104.
Faculty Acting as Unversity Instructors Over Family Members Please refer to the Boulder Faculty Assembly Handbook; Part II Professional Responsibilities, Ethical Principles, & Faculty Conduct; Section A: Teaching and Students; Ethical Principles; 1. Expected Conduct, items m and n.