New York University has a strong institutional commitment to lawful and ethical behavior, and a fine reputation, which its faculty members have earned over the years. This is one of the University’s most valuable assets. In an increasingly complex world, the University can maintain its leadership in education and research only if it continues to merit the trust of its entire constituency.
All New York University faculty and employees are expected to carry out their institutional responsibilities in accordance with applicable legal and ethical principles. If any questions arise about how the University’s principles, standards, or policies apply, they should be brought to the attention of the appropriate dean or University administrator.
Please refer also to the “NYU Code of Ethical Conduct."