Cornell University requires that university records, as defined herein,regardless of format, be disposed of or retained for specific periods of time in accordance with legal or other institutional requirements, or for historical value.
Cornell University provides legal defense and indemnification to eligible individuals with respect to claims that arise from activity within the scope of university employment and/or in the performance of authorized duties.
Cornell University allows the use of its name, and its logos, trademarks, insignias, and other indicia (hereafter known as “marks”) only with permission, as set forth in the principles and procedures of this policy.
Cornell University faculty members, staff members, and students who are contacted by any individual attempting to serve university-related legal papers should direct an individual attempting to serve such a notice to the Office of General Counsel.
All members of the Cornell University community are expected to conduct the affairs of the university in a manner consistent with their primary commitments to the university, and the performance of their professional responsibilities must be free from real or apparent bias motivated by self-inter
Cornell University expects stewards, custodians, and users of institutional administrative data who deploy software or algorithmic programs for encryption to establish procedures ensuring that the university has access to all such records and data.
Cornell University organizes, coordinates, and directs available resources toward an effective response to, and recovery from, any emergency. The effectiveness of this effort is dependent on the development of periodic review of comprehensive plans.