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E-Verify at Columbia University

In January 2010, Columbia University began using a federal system called E-Verify to validate the identity and U.S. work eligibility of faculty, staff (including temporary and casual employees), student officers and new hires working on federal contracts that include the E-Verify requirement.

For more information, visit the E-Verify webpage on the Human Resources website.

NIH Public Access Policy

Researchers funded by NIH are required to submit a copy of their peer-reviewed journal articles to PubMed Central upon acceptance for publication, to be made publicly available no later than 12 months after publication. 

Learn more about the NIH Public Access Policy at Columbia's Scholarly Communications Program website, and at the NIH Public Access webpage.