Academic Personnel

Ethics/External Service

Ethics Compliance and External Services Requestsarrows pointing to truth, integrity, and commitment

To request permission to accept a consulting or service activity outside of the University, click here.  Details can be found in MUPIM 3.11.  Information is also available on the Frequently Asked Questions document. To assist faculty in determining whether permission is required for outside activities, see the Faculty Activity Chart.


Miami University Conflicts of Interest/Commitment Policy

MUPIM 3.12


Your Ethical Responsibilities

The State of Ohio requires all employees of the State to be aware of the Code of Ethics and the Conflicts of Interest provisions in the Ohio Revised Code.

View "Your Ethical Responsibilities".


Ethics Point

EthicsPoint provides an anonymous method for reporting illegal, unethical or other conduct that violates Miami's policies.

To access it click here.

Auditor of State's Fraud Hotline

House Bill 66 requires the Auditor of State of Ohio to maintain a system for reporting of fraud, including misuse of public money by any public official or office. Citizens have the opportunity to make anonymous complaints through a toll-free telephone number (1-866-FRAUD OH or 1-866-372-8364), the Auditor of State's website, or through the United States mail. The announcement in full can be found by clicking here. The Act can be found by clicking here.




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