WSR 07-03-100

POLICY STATEMENT

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON


[ Filed January 19, 2007, 10:20 a.m. ]

The University of Washington has recently revised the following policy statements:


"Civil Disorders," Administrative Order No. 2, revised effective September 20, 2006 (University Handbook, Vol. 2, Part I, Chapter 12, Section 12-21, Subsection C.2).
"Tuition Exemption Program," revised effective September 27, 2006 (Administrative Policy Statement 22.1).
"Internal Support of Graduate Study and Research," Executive Order No. 26, revised effective October 2, 2006 (University Handbook, Vol. 4, Part II, Chapter 5, Sections 1-6).
"Serving and Sale of Alcoholic Beverages at University Facilities," revised effective November 2, 2006 (Administrative Policy Statement 13.9).
"Acceptance of Gifts or Contributions from Representatives of the Alcohol Beverage Industry," revised effective November 2, 2006 (Administrative Policy Statement 47.5).
"Policy Governing Acceptance of Honoraria," Executive Order No. 43, revised effective December 11, 2006 (University Handbook, Vol. 4, Part V, Chapter 6, Section 7).
"Outside Professional Work Policy," Executive Order No. 57, revised effective December 11, 2006 (University Handbook, Vol. 4, Part V, Chapter 6, Sections 1-6).
"Personal Use of University Facilities, Computers, and Equipment by University Employees," revised effective December 14, 2006 (Administrative Policy Statement 47.2).
"Outside Consulting Activities and Part-Time Employment by Professional or Classified Staff Employees," revised effective December 20, 2006 (Administrative Policy Statement 47.3).

To view any current policy statement from the University Handbook, go to http://www.washington.edu/faculty/facsenate/handbook/handbook.html; to view a UW Administrative Policy Statement, go to http://www.washington.edu/admin/rules/APS/APSIndex.html. Or, to request a paper copy of any policy statement, contact Rebecca Goodwin Deardorff, Director of Rules Coordination, University of Washington, Box 355509, Seattle, WA 98195, by e-mail rules@u.washington.edu or by fax (206) 221-6917.

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