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McCormick Offices and Services

View a full list of McCormick’s administrative offices and their functions, leadership, and staff.

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Northwestern Faculty and Staff Resources

Northwestern offers a range of resources for faculty and staff, including administrative services, teaching resources, campus resources, computing and technology, and professional and personal development.

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Academic Resources for Faculty and Staff

The Office of the Registrar provides important academic information for all Northwestern faculty and staff including calendars, grading resources, advising, class resources, CTEC, reporting, and more.

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View our guide to updating faculty profiles to make changes to the McCormick Faculty Directory.

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Marketing, Web, and Graphic Design Resources

The McCormick Office of Marketing and Communications provides resources for faculty and staff, including:

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Information Technology

The McCormick IT department provides resources including:

Contact McCormick IT

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Northwestern’s Conflict of Interest Policy

Northwestern Faculty and Staff are expected to conduct the affairs of the University consistent with high ethical and legal standards and in a manner that will further the interests of the Northwestern community. As part of this responsibility, the University expects Faculty and Staff to apply their time and effort appropriately, to use University resources toward University ends, and to avoid any interaction that creates, or appears to create, a Conflict of Interest. Take a look at the Conflict of Interest Policies for more details and principles.

The COI Office/Committee reviews annual disclosures to ensure that McCormick maintains its well-earned reputation for academic excellence and integrity.

Annual Disclosures

  • Disclosures are completed annually in the FASIS system during the winter quarter. All benefits-eligible faculty and staff must disclose to the unit in which their primary appointment is housed.
  • Researchers will need to maintain a current research disclosure and complete an annual disclosure; The annual disclosure has additional questions not included in the research disclosure, which is why the annual disclosure process is separate.

Research Disclosures

  • Investigators need to complete training once every 4 years and disclose Significant Financial Interests in the FASIS system within 30 days after they occur.

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