Faculty Affairs and Resources
Campus Resources in Times of Crisis
We understand this is a challenging time for the many members of our community who are affected by the crisis in Israel and Gaza. We are committed to our duty of care to the many individuals across our community who may be experiencing fear, anger, and grief and are in need of our support.
- Columbia's Campus Resources in Times of Crisis provides information on the different services and policies that may be relevant during this period.
- Announcement of University Antisemitism Task Force
- Announcement of Doxing Resource Group
The University Statutes and the general policies of the University describe the roles and responsibilities of faculty in their teaching and research. These policies, among others, can be found in the Faculty Handbook:
- Appointments and Promotions - Officers of Research
- Appointments and Promotions - Officers of Instruction
- Non-Discrimination Statement and Policy
- Statement of Ethical Conduct and Compliance Hotline
- Grievance Procedures for Officers of Research
- Grievance Procedures for Officers of Instruction
Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Policies and Procedures
The University does not tolerate unlawful discrimination, harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, or sexual exploitation and all such conduct is forbidden by Columbia University Policy.
- The Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EOAA) prevents and responds to discrimination, harassment, and retaliation at Columbia.
- Report an Incident
Columbia University and its Schools comprise an academic community committed to fostering intellectual inquiry in a climate of academic freedom and integrity.
CUIMC Conflict of Interest Policy
The CUIMC COI Policy covers the four schools at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center: the Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, the School of Nursing, the College of Dental Medicine, and Mailman School of Public Health.