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UAB Policy
Unlawful possession, use, manufacture, distribution, or dispensing of illicit drugs, controlled substances, or alcoholic beverages by any UAB employee is prohibited.
UAB Policy
Data (electronic) created at UAB must be protected and maintained in accordance with all applicable federal and state laws and university policies.
UAB Policy
This policy defines the classification/status of a UAB employee who may serve as a principal investigator on externally sponsored grants and contracts. This policy will also help OSP’s user community understand why, in certain cases, the PI of record for the funding entity may not be the PI of record for UAB. For example, on certain training or fellowship grants, UAB designates the mentor as the PI, whereas NIH designates the student as the PI.
UAB Guideline
This attachment to the Drug-free Campus Policy for Students outlines the health risks associated with the use of drugs and alcohol.
UAB Guideline
This attachment to the Drug-Free Campus Policy describes available programs through UAB offering counseling and assistance for drug and alcohol abuse.
UAB Guideline
This attachment for the Drug-free Campus Policy for Students outlines the Federal penalties and sanctions for the illegal possession of a controlled substance.
UAB Policy
Unlawful possession, use, manufacture, distribution, or dispensing of illicit drugs, controlled substances, or alcoholic beverages by any UAB student is prohibited.
UAB Guideline
This attachment to the Drug-free Campus and Drug-free Workplace Policies outlines Federal Trafficking penalties associated with the use of drugs.
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