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    Visit Email PAWS GoSOLAR Desire2Learn Calendar About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 6 20 22 Postdoctoral Research Appointees Printable Version By Other Policy Summary Postdoctoral research scholars play an important role in the research function of the University This policy clarifies the terms and conditions of their appointments as well as the procedures for appointing different types of postdoctoral research scholars Administration of Policy Mandating Authority URSA Responsible Office s University Research Services and Administration Dalberg Hall 3 3500 Responsible Executive s Kelly Stout Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address University Research Services and Administration 210 Alumni Hall 404 413 3500 Full Policy Text For information on this policy please see http ursa research gsu edu files 2013 04 Postdoctoral Research Appointees Policy and Procedures pdf Rationale or Purpose At Georgia State University GSU the postdoctoral research experience emphasizes scholarship and continued research training for individuals who have recently completed a doctoral degree The postdoctoral research scholar conducts research under the general oversight of a faculty mentor in preparation for a career position in

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    Parents Faculty Alumni Financial Aid Jobs Giving Campus Life Housing Parking Safety Recreation Counseling Career Services Campus Map Campus Visit Email PAWS GoSOLAR Desire2Learn Calendar About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 30 12 Film Video Rental 1 00 20 23 Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary Film and Video Rental may be handled by the Department if 4 999 99 or less If the rental involves the signature of a rental or lease agreement Legal Affairs must review the agreement in advance Administration of Policy Mandating Authority O C G A 50 5 57 and 50 5 69 Responsible Office s Business Services 901 One Park Place 3 3150 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Business Services 901 One Park Place 404 413 3150 Full Policy Text Film and Video Rental may be handled by the Department if 4 999 99 or less If the rental involves the signature of a rental or lease agreement Legal Affairs must review the agreement in advance Rationale or

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    Contact 2 20 06 GSU 62 Registration Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary Pursuant to the provisions of the Georgia Constitution the University System of Georgia has established rules with respect to enrollment of persons 62 years of age or older in programs of the University System Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Policy Manual Responsible Office s Office of the Registrar 2nd floor Sparks Hall 3 2275 Responsible Executive s AP for Academic Programs Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Office of the Registrar 2nd Floor Sparks Hall 404 413 2275 Full Policy Text Pursuant to the provisions of the Georgia Constitution the University System of Georgia establishes the following rules with respect to enrollment of persons 62 years of age or older in programs of the University System To be eligible for enrollment under this provision such persons Must be residents of Georgia 62 years of age or older at the time of registration and shall present a birth certificate or other comparable written documentation of age to enable the institution to determine eligibility May enroll as a regular or auditing student in courses offered for resident credit on a space available basis without payment of fees except for supplies laboratory or shop fees Shall meet all System and institution undergraduate or graduate admission requirements however institutions may exercise discretion in exceptional cases where circumstances indicate that certain requirements such as high school graduation and minimum test scores are inappropriate In those instances involving discretionary admission institutions will provide diagnostic methods to determine whether or not participation in Learning Support will be required prior to enrollment in regular credit courses Reasonable prerequisites may be required in certain courses Shall have all usual student

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    Prospective Student Parents Faculty Alumni Financial Aid Jobs Giving Campus Life Housing Parking Safety Recreation Counseling Career Services Campus Map Campus Visit Email PAWS GoSOLAR Desire2Learn Calendar About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 2 30 27 Graduate Coursework Taken on a Noncredit Basis Printable Version By Senate Policy Summary Academic credit for coursework taken on a noncredit basis will be awarded only where there is documentation that the noncredit coursework is equivalent to a designated credit experience Administration of Policy Mandating Authority University Senate Responsible Office s Academic Deans and Department Chairs see individual colleges Senate Committee on Academic Programs Responsible Executive s Provost Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Office of the Provost 300 Alumni Hall 404 413 2575 Full Policy Text Academic credit for coursework taken on a noncredit basis will be awarded only where there is documentation that the noncredit coursework is equivalent to a designated credit experience All noncredit hours are subject to unit college level approval Rationale or Purpose This policy serves to bring the University into accordance with

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    founded on mutual respect and open communication and should be guided by norms of fairness and professionalism Advisors and students should discuss the nature of their working relationship early and continue this discussion throughout their period of collaboration to ensure mutually understood and compatible expectations These discussions should be frequent and open and should include consideration of the nature and quality of the students work their research and or teaching goals their progress in their academic programs and any other factors that might impact the student faculty working relationship When applicable these discussions should include the topics of authorship and or ownership of intellectual property resulting from the efforts of students and faculty members in fulfilling their respective duties at Georgia State University Both faculty members and graduate students should avoid relationships which conflict with their respective roles and duties at the university Rationale or Purpose The mentoring relationship between faculty members and their students is a valued and integral part of graduate education at Georgia State University Faculty members advise graduate students in various capacities as thesis or dissertation advisors as research and or teaching advisors including GRAs and GTAs and as program and curriculum advisors In many cases a single faculty member will advise a particular graduate student in more than one of these capacities Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information In light of the importance of mentoring to successful graduate education each department should specify procedures that facilitate the process of graduate students becoming familiar with the research teaching interests of its faculty members and with the process by which faculty advisors are selected and or assigned within the department Students should be made aware early in their program that while other types of advisors often are assigned to the student by the

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    has been demonstrated by sustained national or international acclaim and who will prospectively be of substantial benefit to the United States No labor certification is required A job offer is NOT required EB 1 C Multi national executives and managers who have been employed outside of the United States for at least one year within the three years immediately preceding entry into the U S and are or will be employed in an executive or managerial capacity for that same employer or its subsidiary branch or affiliate in the U S EB 2 National Interest Waiver Aliens of exceptional ability in the sciences arts or business whose presence and activities in the U S are in the national interest A job offer is NOT required and the labor certification is waived Criteria for Immigration Sponsorship by Georgia State University Pursuant to internal Georgia State University policy the following criteria must be met in order to establish eligibility for sponsorship for U S Lawful Permanent Resident status Staff Staff members must hold a permanent full time position at the University and must have been employed at Georgia State University in H 1B or O 1 visa classification for at least two years in order to be eligible for sponsorship by the University There are no exceptions to this policy for staff members Faculty All Faculty members and any teaching positions considered a permanent appointment are eligible to begin the permanent residency process as soon as they are under Georgia State H 1B sponsorship Research Positions Because research positions are generally not tenure earning USCIS has defined permanent as a term of indefinite or unlimited duration in which there is an expectation of continued employment unless there is good cause for termination Researchers may use the phrase Her appointment may be considered as permanent in accordance with the regulations found at 8 CFR 204 5 i 2 Postdoctoral positions will not be considered for Permanent Residency Exceptions to the above criteria are considered for extraordinary circumstances on a case by case basis by the Director of International Services A request for an exception must be submitted to the Director of International Services from the Dean Department Chairperson or other top ranking official in the school department or administrative unit H 1B Temporary Worker in a Specialty Occupation The H1 B visa category is a temporary work visa for non U S workers in an occupation that requires at least a bachelor s degree or the equivalent at the entry level The employee s bachelor s degree must be related to the specialty occupation in which the employee is working At the University H 1B status is typically used for tenure track faculty academic researchers research associates and professional staff It is not available for employees in secretarial clerical office and administrative support positions Georgia State will sponsor employees for the H 1B status when the position requires a Bachelor s degree fitting the occupational field normally required for such a position In

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    Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 4 00 07 Human Subjects Printable Version By Senate Policy Summary All research at Georgia State University GSU that involves human subjects must be reviewed and approved in accordance with federal law and GSU policy Administration of Policy Mandating Authority 45 CFR 46 Responsible Office s University Research Services and Administration Dalberg Hall 3 3500 Responsible Executive s VP for Research Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address University Research Services and Administration 2nd Floor Alumni Hall 404 413 3500 Full Policy Text All research at Georgia State University GSU that involves human subjects must be reviewed and approved in accordance with federal law and GSU policy GSU s Institutional Review Board IRB is charged with overseeing compliance with these federal regulations Rationale or Purpose The goal of these regulations is to ensure the safety respect and dignity of human subjects who volunteer to participate in scientific research and to provide public accountability for the trust which the public places in institutions conducting such research Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information Required Education and Training All researchers staff students and

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    at a minimum A revision level showing the new document s version s Point s of contact for questions or comments Date of last update or issuance Data classification if sensitive or confidential Internal Audit Internal audits of the ISMS shall be conducted at planned intervals at least annually or as the need arises internal audits do not necessarily involve University Auditing and Advisory Services Personnel who are independent of the current work or project shall perform the internal audits Auditors shall possess personal attributes to enable them to act in accordance with the principles of auditing and have successfully completed at least 32 hours of formal ISMS training or possess internationally recognized certifications such as the Certified Information Systems Auditor CISA or Certified Internal Auditor CIA Management Review Semiannual meetings will be held and at a minimum the input to the management reviews shall include Results of ISMS audits and reviews Feedback from interested parties Techniques products or procedures which could be used at the University to improve the ISMS s performance and effectiveness Status of preventive and corrective actions Vulnerabilities or threats not adequately addressed in the previous risk assessments Results from effectiveness measurements Follow up actions from previous management reviews Records Retention Unless specified otherwise ISMS records will be maintained in the department or college in which they were produced for a minimum of 30 days Training All relevant personnel shall be made aware of the relevance and importance of their information security activities and how they contribute to the achievement of the ISMS objectives Rationale or Purpose Information security is not an IT problem it is a business issue Organizations that are within the scope of the University s ISMS must establish operate and continuously ensure the appropriateness of safeguards against security threats Beyond technology crucial

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