Whistleblower Policy

Milwaukee School of Engineering is committed to providing all students, faculty, staff, alumni, vendors and guests with a safe and productive environment. If any member of the University community has reason to believe or reasonably suspect that the University or any of its agents is acting contrary to any applicable federal, state or local laws or regulations, or contrary to any established University policy, that person may report such action or activity without fear of reprisal or retaliation.

Any University employee with reasonable suspicion of such illegal or improper activity should notify his/her immediate supervisor. If the complaint involves the immediate supervisor, the employee should contact his/her Vice President having authority over the employee’s area. In lieu of or in addition to notification of supervisory personnel, any University employee with such a complaint may contact the Chairman of the Board of Regents Audit/Finance Committee to register a complaint.

Any University student with reasonable suspicion of such illegal or improper activity should notify the VP of Student Life and Dean of Students. In lieu of or in addition to this notification, any University student with such a complaint may contact the Chairman of the Board of Regents Audit/Finance Committee to register a complaint.

Any vendor, guest or alumnus of the University, or any other interested person with reasonable suspicion of such illegal or improper activity should notify the Chairman of the Board of Regents Audit/Finance Committee to register a complaint.

After notification of alleged illegal or improper activity, the University’s Chairman of the Board of Regents Audit/Finance Committee will conduct a thorough investigation and recommend appropriate action to the University President or the Chairman of the Board of Regents depending on the nature of the complaint. A record of all such allegations and related resolution shall be maintained and copied to the University’s Corporate Secretary.

Should retaliation resulting from any notification actually occur, such act shall be considered a serious violation of University policy and will be dealt with accordingly. Encouraging others to retaliate is also a violation of this policy. Those who file fraudulent or bad faith complaints pursuant to this policy will be subject to disciplinary and/or legal action as well.

Secure and independent notification by any whistleblower is to be registered by email to msoe.whistleblower@yahoo.com. This email location is not accessible within the University’s internet or intranet or by any MSOE administrative department or personnel. It is accessible and password protected by the Chairman of the Board of Regents Audit/Finance Committee.

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