In this Recognition section, we’d like to acknowledge one of our college partners for their commitment to the university’s process for evaluating and investigating concerns raised through the UCF IntegrityLine.
The UCF IntegrityLine is a reporting tool available to members of the university community who wish to raise concerns. University Compliance, Ethics, and Risk (UCER) manages reports received through the IntegrityLine and based on the nature of the report, it is either referred to a central office or college for assistance or reviewed internally.
Last year the IntegrityLine received more than 600 reports. Without the great working relationships with many of the dean’s offices across campus, it would have been a challenge for UCER to address all of the concerns raised. One relationship that is particularly distinct and for which we would like to recognize in this edition of the IntegrityStar is the relationship with the College of Arts and Humanities (CAH), specifically, with Associate Dean Dr. Nancy Stanlick.
Upon receipt of an IntegrityLine report notification from our office, Dr. Stanlick quickly and enthusiastically acknowledges receipt of the concerns raised and commits to evaluating and responding as quickly as possible. She is a pleasure to work with and we value her partnership.
Dr. Stanlick has methodically and efficiently reviewed all of the concerns referred to her regarding CAH faculty and staff. Through her reviews, Dr. Stanlick substantiated many of the allegations and took appropriate corrective action. For most of the cases that were not substantiated, Dr. Stanlick still identified and recommended improvement measures.
We wanted to publicly acknowledge Dr. Stanlick’s efforts in supporting UCF’s Speak Up culture through reviewing concerns raised and taking appropriate actions, and we especially wanted to thank her for her partnership.
If you see someone doing the right thing, write to us and tell us about it. Who knows, maybe they will be featured in our next IntegrityStar edition.