The University recognizes the common practice of faculty and staff members to hold more than one employment or position due to needs, interest or development. However, dual employment, interests and activities, including external development and marketing of intellectual property must not interfere or conflict with the faculty or staff member's position with the University. Also, employees who have dual employment within the University or who are employed with another State agency or institution are subject to the provisions outlined below in Section 6, Dual Employment with the State. Compensation for dual employment within the University must be in compliance with Policy No. 1.6.5, “Supplemental Compensation”. Nothing in this policy should be interpreted as granting a faculty or staff member a property interest or right to continued dual employment or involvement in other activities.