In 1982 the OUS Board approved this Internal Management Directive, presumably in response to some long forgotten athletic scandal. They reaffirmed it in 2013, and in 2014 the UO Board adopted OUS’s policies and IMD’s wholesale, while they work out revisions.
UO has hired Pernsteiner’s former right hand man Chuck Triplett to manage this process:
Initial list of policies he thinks will interest the Senate (doesn’t include athletics): https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/971644/uomatters/Policies/UO%20Policies%20Provided%20to%20Senate%20Exec.%20101614.pdf
Draft proposal for policy review and revision (doesn’t include Senate): https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/971644/uomatters/Policies/DRAFT%20Proposal%20for%20Policy%20Prioritization%20and%20Review%20-%20IAC.pdf
So here are the rules. I’m thinking those 5 years are up:
The chances any of this will ever happen are not large. This “Code of Ethics” is not in the contracts for Mullens, Helfrich, or Altman, and I’m guessing their agents would protest any effort to include it.