Financial Conflict of Interest

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is committed to preserving the public’s trust that the university's businesses, services, and research are performed without bias and with the highest ethical and scientific standards.

Managing financial conflicts of interest is key to assuring the public and stakeholders that we take a rigorous approach to managing the essential relationships between the government, federally-funded research institutions, the private sector, and colleagues.

Our Purpose

Pursuant to the Texas A&M System Regulation 15.01.03 Financial Conflicts of Interest in Sponsored Research, and University Rule 15.01.03.C1, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi has the responsibility to identify, manage and reduce or eliminate conflicts of interest that may arise due to financial or other personal interests of the employee.