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University Leadership Reminds Staff and Faculty about Existing Policies Regarding Government Relations, Political Activity and Lobbying
As civic discourse across the political spectrum increases, J. Michael Haynie, vice chancellor of strategic initiatives and innovations, has reminded Syracuse University employees about relevant laws, regulations and University policies affecting how the University and its employees engage in political discourse and interact with government officials and political candidates.
Vice Chancellor Haynie’s memo was sent to all University deans, directors and department heads, who in turn, were asked to share with their respective faculty and staff. The memo outlines all relevant policies, ethics laws and regulations that affect how the University may interact with public officials at all levels of government.
To read the memo in its entirety, please click here. Anyone with questions about the University’s policies, may contact Abby Perer in the Office of University Counsel at 315.443.9732 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.