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The objective of this protocol is to assist grant applicants with securing proper and timely approvals of special requests related to external grant matters (e.g., space, course release, etc.) prior to submission of an external grant application. See Protocol.
Guidelines on additional employment are designed to provide a framework within which employees may be appointed for more than full time, and establish the total amount of employment an individual may have with the California State University (CSU). These guidelines cover the procedures on compensating faculty and staff for additional employment, and the reporting of such employment. These guidelines apply to all faculty and staff at Cal State San Marcos or any of its authorized auxiliary organizations and they apply to multiple appointments compensated by the University, regardless of the source of funding. Such employment includes appointments at any regular CSU program or auxiliary organization as well as appointments on more than one campus in the CSU. Contact Academic Affairs x8820 or x4051.
Purpose: This policy, when completed, will described the procedures to be followed when an allegation of possible misconduct in research is received by an institutional official. Misconduct is defined as "fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, or other practices that seriously deviate from those that are commonly accepted within the scientific community for proposing, conducting, or reporting research."