College of Medicine Governance Committees and Policies
The Faculty Council
Faculty Handbook for the MD Curriculum
Conflicts and Concerns
As a general principle, it is always expected that every effort will be made to resolve concerns or conflicts at the local level. In most cases, this means working with the department chairperson. In cases where the conflict cannot be resolved at the local level, or if the conflict exists with the chairperson, it is appropriate for the issues to be addressed at the college level. With regard to the issues discussed on these pages, the senior associate dean for academic affairs is the primary contact in the Dean's Office for processing and resolving these matters.
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